Tag Archives: Therapy

Coping with Suicide Loss

The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention(AFSP) has so much useful information available on their site. I want to share the following handout from AFSP with you on Coping with Suicide Loss. Continue reading

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Does Self-Care Mean Others Don’t?

Does a therapist encouraging you to develop self-care skills mean they are not willing to care about you? Some reasons why trauma survivors may react negatively to this sort of intervention. Continue reading

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Self-Care and Trauma Survivors

Good self-care is a challenge for many people and it can be especially challenging for trauma survivors. It can also be an important part of the healing process. Continue reading

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Returning Client Fall Therapy Special

Returning Client Fall Therapy Special Offer Continue reading

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Dissociative Identity Disorder and the Media: Ethical Questions

Navigating interactions with the media is an opportunity for exercising ethical decision making skills. Continue reading

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