Brain science and attachment research tell us that trauma changes the brain. Read about a recommended book on healing trauma in the brain, mind, and body... continue reading.
Category: Individual Counseling
Sometimes, the things our families teach us poison our relationships with others as adults. Sometimes, there are many things to be unlearned... continue reading.
Feelings of low self-esteem can keep you from forming new friendships. It’s time to change your thinking– you are a person of worth, worthy of love... continue reading.
This week is Eating Disorder Awareness week. Colleen McCarron offers recommendations for what to do if you’re worried about unhealthy eating or exercise behaviors... continue reading.
Eating Disorders affect millions of Americans. Read about the diagnoses and Nooshin’s recommendations for helping those who are struggling... continue reading.
Are you stuck in the painful self-talk of shame? In this post, we explain the difference between feeling guilt and shame and offer new language to make amends... continue reading.
New relationships can bring shadows of the past. Read another helpful metaphor from Emily Cook Therapy, with the help of Taylor Swift!... continue reading.
Learn the about the Five Signs of Suffering from the Campaign to Change Direction. Individual therapy in Bethesda, MD can help... continue reading.
I’m tired of feeling angry and hurt, but I can’t help it! Loved ones in my life make me feel terrible sometimes, especially when we disagree, and I walk away from discussions either fuming or near tears. Why can’t they just stop making me feel this way? Sometimes, I find myself saying to the clients in front of me,... continue reading.
For a long time, I’ve been hurt emotionally by someone close to me. And, anyway, he is unwilling to talk about what happened or even admit that he hurt me. I want to let go of the pain and move on, but he doesn’t deserve forgiveness. What can I do? When you feel forced between two... continue reading.