Ask a Therapist Blog

Do you need support or direction? Ask a Counselor! The internet is a scary place and it provides all the information you desire. However, going to the internet is dangerous. The information you find on the internet is not always accurate or safe. The Ask a Therapist Blog is a hand curated collection of blogs from various mental health counselors and coaches. It offers pearls of wisdom for most mental health and life challenges. Whether your struggle is with relationships or trauma, our blog is a great space to find solutions and resources. This blog does not replace professional therapy or coaching. Thus, explore the information and tools, but seek professional help also. Do not know where to start? Ask a Therapist Here!

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Maintaining Mental Health During Covid-19

Maintaining Mental Health During Covid-19

As we continue to face the COVID-19 pandemic it is vital that we pay attention to mental health. Over the...
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Self Esteem and Teens

Self Esteem and Teens

Despite the brooding and the mood swings a teenagers’ self esteem is more fragile than you think.  There are a...
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Healthy Compartmentalization and the Pomodoro Technique

Healthy Compartmentalization and the Pomodoro Technique

Often when we hear the word ‘compartmentalization’ it is used in a cautionary capacity. That is to say that we’re...
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A Personal Measure of Success

A Personal Measure of Success

If you are trying to lose weight, tracking each pound lost will give you motivation to continue even through the...
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3 Deadly Myths bout bulimia

3 Deadly Myths bout bulimia

Many people thinks that bulimia is just an eating disorder with no health complications. In fact there have been many...
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Why LGBTQIA+ Affirmative Therapists are Important

Why LGBTQIA+ Affirmative Therapists are Important

Ask a Therapist Why is an affirmative therapist important? For many people, the process of finding a therapist can feel...
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Do You Struggle with Anger?

Do You Struggle with Anger?

Anger is a normal part of the human emotional experience. However, sometimes how we manage our anger can be destructive....
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Therapist Abigail Maher, M.A., N.C.C.

Therapist Abigail Maher, M.A., N.C.C.

Abby earned her Masters degree from Northwestern University where she specialized in working with the LGBTQIA+ population. In addition to...
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How to Speak With Confidence When You’re Really Nervous

How to Speak With Confidence When You’re Really Nervous

When dealing with anxiety and stress, one question you could ask yourself is ‘why does it matter’? Why does it...
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Dr. Patsy B. Evans L.M.H.C., D.O.M., Ph.D.

Dr. Patsy B. Evans L.M.H.C., D.O.M., Ph.D.

Dr. Patsy Evans a.k.a. Dr. Harmony is one of Florida’s leading Clinical Sexologists and Traumatologists. She brings her unique blend...
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How to Support Someone with Bulimia

How to Support Someone with Bulimia

When you love someone with bulimia, it is important to be a good support to them. Oftentimes a person with...
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How to Identify and Provide Safe Food for Bulimics

How to Identify and Provide Safe Food for Bulimics

Contrary to popular belief, bulimia does not only affect young teenage girls. Bulimia also affects adult women and young teenage...
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