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  • What Are the Differences Between Anorexia and Bulimia? (1/24/2022) - Many people who struggle with an eating disorder may be unsure of the symptoms of anorexia and bulimia and what process they are struggling with. However, it is important to encourage individuals to see a doctor and seek treatment for their disorder if they experience any symptoms. Let’s take a closer look at some of […]
  • How Can Psychodynamic Therapy Heal Complex Trauma? (1/20/2022) - Psychodynamic therapy is rooted in traditional psychoanalysis. it draws from object relations, ego psychology, and self-psychology. It was originally devised as a more brief alternative to psychoanalysis. Similar to cognitive behavioral therapy, psychodynamic therapy intends to create changes in behavior. Unlike cognitive behavioral therapy, which focuses on conscious thoughts and behaviors, psychodynamic therapy emphasizes the […]
  • What Role Does OCD Play in Addiction? (1/17/2022) - Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is an anxiety disorder whereby a person has unreasonable fears and anxiety due to repeated and compulsive thoughts. OCD patients participate in repetitive, compulsive activities such as counting things, handwashing and arranging belongings. Performing these actions brings momentary relief for individuals with this disorder. These cyclical behaviors, coupled with the compulsive behaviors […]
  • Introducing Communication Techniques in Family Therapy (1/14/2022) - Family is defined as an interrelated spectrum of varied individuals who make up a unified community or group. This definition of family is based on bonds, not numbers. When viewed as a diverse and broad system, the family can be defined as a multifaceted construction made up of an interdependent collection of individuals who have […]
  • Addressing Trauma While Treating LGBTQ+ Individuals (1/10/2022) - Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is pervasive in the LGBTIQA+ community. This is primarily because individuals that identify as LGBTIQA+ are at greater risk of childhood maltreatment, witnessing deadly violence, witnessing the trauma of a close friend or relative, and experiencing the unexpected death of someone close to them, than are individuals who identify as heterosexual. […]


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