Debunking psychotherapy myths | The pandemic has triggered emotional crises in many, but outdated notions have resulted in many people opting to simply not receive the essential therapy they require.
Trauma is how the human body responds to a highly stressful event. The resulting emotional wounds are no different from physical ones. When ignored, they fester and lead to consequential results. Here are a few overlooked signs of trauma.
It is not uncommon for couples to get caught in circular arguments that leave both parties feeling frustrated, and they can be predictors of the success of your union. Understanding the 4 Horsemen of communication can often help couples untangle their problems.
Depression is harder to detect in people who exhibit atypical symptoms. These individuals struggle with the same inner turmoil as other depressed individuals. Yet they can get out of bed, hold down a job and juggle family obligations. Here are some signs of depression therapists wish you knew.
Every pregnant woman should become acutely familiar with typical postpartum disorder symptoms and engage in open and candid discussions about them with family members. This dialogue may allow a loved one to recognize your postpartum disorder well before you realize it, yourself. The symptoms can range from mild to severe, starting with postpartum blues as the mildest. Postpartum depression requires treatment and postpartum psychosis is the most severe, requiring in-patient intervention.