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How Marriage Counseling Can Save Your Marriage

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Every married couple will experience problems from time to time. The key to a successful marriage is making a mutual commitment to forgive and work through any problems. Also, there are several types of therapy that can help couples get through problems more effectively. If you are wondering how marriage counseling can save your marriage, […]

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Phone or Video Counseling Available – Tips to Staying Sane During COVID-19

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The COVID-19 pandemic has upended much of our lives. As people shelter in place in their homes, the sense of isolation combined with fear of what might happen can be overwhelming. People who suffer from anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, or other mental health conditions might have an especially difficult time during the outbreak. COVID-19 […]

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Orange County Therapist Offers the Help You Need

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If you’re going through hell, keep going. – Winston Churchill Are you looking for an Orange County therapist? Are you curious about therapy? Do you think it might help you and your loved ones? If so, congratulations. You have taken the first step – one that many never have the courage to take: you are […]

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Orange County Teen Counseling | Learning Effective Coping Skills

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“Our wounds are often the openings into the best and most beautiful part of us,” says David Richo, Ph.D., who has authored several books on teen psychology. The teenage years come with all sorts of new emotions and complex feelings. peer pressure, school demands and conflict at home can become overwhelming for sensitive teens. Puberty […]

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