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I've written some blog posts with resources and information for individuals with anxiety or who want to learn more about therapy. I hope it helps!

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Reasons People Seek Therapy

There are a lot of reasons why someone decides to go to therapy. The issues may range from a stressor they are going through to a major issue they have been hospitalized for. No issue is too small to seek help for, so don’t get discouraged if you feel like your current stress isn’t enough […]

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Adults, Anxiety, College Students, Teens

5 Goals for Therapy

Therapy is all about goals. As a licensed anxiety therapist in North Carolina and Virginia, I always ask my clients in the first session what their goals are for therapy. Most people start counseling because they know the they want to change something in their life or about themselves. It’s important to have goals that […]

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Adults, Anxiety, College Students, Teens, Therapy Tips

Tips to Get Better Sleep

When sleep is good, it is amazing. It recharges you, it makes you feel like you can do anything, and your mood is better. When your sleep isn’t good, it can really ruin the entire day. You’re more on edge, kind of grouchy, have less energy, and are more susceptible to feeling more down or […]

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Adults, Anxiety, College Students, Teens

Misconceptions about Therapy

There’s a lot of bad info out there about therapy. Whether it’s from movies, tv shows, fear of starting it, or people who have had bad experiences with it, there are many myths out there about therapy that just aren’t true.  Here’s a few common misconceptions about the therapy process: Myth: Only “crazy people” go […]

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Adults, Anxiety, College Students, Teens, Therapy Tips

What is High Functioning Anxiety?

High functioning anxiety is a specific type of anxiety. Although there are many of the same features as other types of anxiety, individuals who have high functioning anxiety look and feel a little different. Here are some common symptoms of it: Workaholic People with high functioning anxiety are often extremely hardworking. On the outside, they […]

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Adults, Anxiety, College Students, Featured, Teens

How to Find a Therapist

Making the decision to seek therapy is a big step! It can be stressful to sort through all the directory listings and google searches for a therapist that fits your needs. You may not even know what you’re looking for initially and it’s easy to get overwhelmed with all the acronyms, specialties, and info out […]

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Adults, Anxiety, College Students, Teens

The Medical Model versus the Wellness Model for Mental Health

The way that therapy is treated today is COMPLETELY different than what it used to be. It used to be that people who went to therapy were considered crazy or broken or in trouble. As a result, seeking help for mental health was rarely discussed. When it was talked about, it was usually discussed in […]

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Adults, Anxiety, College Students, Teens

Types of Therapy

When people hear the word “therapy”, they tend to associate it with individual therapy. However, there are multiple types of therapy out there. In order to determine which type(s) you may be interested in, here’s some info on what’s available out there: Individual Therapy Individual therapy is the same as one on one therapy. It […]

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Adults, Anxiety, College Students, Teens, Therapy Tips

Types of Self Care

When most people think of self care, they picture taking a bath or lighting a candle. Self care goes way beyond that. We all deserve to take care of each major aspect of our identity in order to fully benefit from self care. As an online anxiety therapy in Virginia and North Carolina, I have worked […]

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Adults, Anxiety, College Students, Teens

Signs of a Quarter Life Crisis and How to Cope With it

Everyone has heard the term “mid life crisis”. However, over the last few years, researchers have identified that people in their 20’s/early 30’s can experience a quarter life crisis. It is such a pivotal time period for your identity development. There are a million changes that occur during that time period that set the tone […]

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Adults, Anxiety, College Students, Featured

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