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Understanding the Difference Between Sociopath and Narcissist Behavior

Mental health providers occasionally encounter clients who exhibit sociopathic are narcissistic behavior. This or maybe providers work with a client who believes someone in their life is showing these kinds…

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The Differences Between Brainspotting and EMDR Mental Health Therapy

Brainspotting and EMDR mental health therapy are two procedures administered by therapists for clients suffering from a wide range of stress or trauma-related diagnoses. Individuals that have experienced trauma often…

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Using Telehealth for Suicidal Ideation Therapy

Suicidal Ideation Therapy is the treatment applied by mental health providers to help their clients battling suicidal thoughts, ideas, or behaviors. If you are an individual struggling with suicidal thoughts…

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What is Schema-Focused Therapy?

Schema-focused therapy is a technique used by mental health providers to help clients overcome repetitive thought patterns. The American Psychological Association (APA) has several definitions for the term “schema” one…

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5 Therapy Activities to Try in a Telehealth Session

Every mental health provider had to reassess how they approached their therapy activities in 2020. Telehealth transitioned from being an option to a necessity as the world shut down and…

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How Therapists Can Use CBT for Depersonalization

Depersonalization is the experience that someone has of being detached or disconnected from one’s reality. CBT for depersonalization has grown to become the condition’s most common course of treatment among…

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What is Acceptance and Commitment Therapy?

Acceptance and commitment therapy is growing in practice among providers in the United States. For individuals who crave health, love, stability, acceptance, and relationships, life can feel like a never-ending…

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Techniques for Telehealth

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a commonly used type of psychotherapy (talk therapy) used by all types of mental health providers. CBT focuses on helping clients generate awareness of their…

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Telehealth Couples Therapy: Benefits, Considerations, and Insightful Questions

Telehealth couples therapy grew dramatically in use over the last year due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Providers and patients of all kinds were forced to switch to virtual services at…

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Treating Attachment Trauma with Telehealth

In the age of Coronavirus, therapists are wondering how treating attachment trauma with telehealth might be different from doing so in person. Treating attachment trauma with telehealth can be an…

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