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Unwanted Thoughts: When is it Time to Get Help?

According to research, intrusive thoughts affect up to six million Americans. Intrusive thoughts can be violent or sexual in nature, often leaving you feeling embarrassed or helpless in managing them. Knowing when to seek help for intrusive thoughts can be essential for your mental well-being. Here are some signs that indicate it might be time […]

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Unraveling the Mind: 10 Things That Will Help with Intrusive Thoughts

Dealing with intrusive thoughts can be challenging and leave you feeling confused and exhausted. Especially if you’re trying to manage them on your own, and not talk about them. A favorite house plant (it does equally as well as an outdoor plant!) is the Zebrina Pendula. It’s a plant that does best when you break

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Unraveling the Mind: Understanding Intrusive Thoughts

Defining Intrusive Thoughts Ask any therapist why they decided to enter the field. You will probably hear something along the lines of wanting to understand behavior or emotions or being interested in the intricacies of the human mind. Sometimes our minds can feel like a rollercoaster of thoughts, emotions, and, occasionally, those thoughts can be

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Why We Love Group Therapy

  We know the decision to start therapy can be difficult. We also know the decision whether or not to start with individual therapy or try group therapy is difficult. We love both individual and group therapy for different reasons. Since we have 3 amazing groups starting this summer, We thought it might be helpful

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Anxiety and Perfectionism Are Best Friends

Samantha’s Story Samantha’s thoughts and heart were racing as she paced. She was having difficulty taking deep breaths or even concentrating. She knew she needed to get started but wasn’t sure where to begin. Perfectionism is a Liar Samantha is clearly dealing with anxiety but there is something else at play here that is causing

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