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Depression Counseling Plano TX: The Link Between Abuse And Depression

Many people, children and adults alike, go years and years without understanding the causes of their depression. Depression counseling often brings up past feelings and experiences that sufferers have knowingly or unknowingly suppressed. One of the more widely seen traumas that causes depression is that of abuse; both physical and emotional. The definition of abuse is to “treat a person with cruelty or violence, especially regularly or repeatedly”. Just take a look at the staggering statistics regarding abuse in just the U.S. alone. -On average, nearly 20 people per minute are physically abused by an intimate partner in the U.S. Read more
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Teen Counseling: What to Do When Your Teen Goes to College

Do you have a teen that is struggling with depression or anxiety? You may have considered teen counseling or, your teen may be currently enrolled in counseling. Either way, you may be wondering what happens when you teen graduates high school this year and moves on to college. Although this is a time of stress, there are counseling options for teens at the college level. Feel as if your teen may not handle the transition well? There is help for that too. Teen Counseling Prior to Graduation Your teen may benefit from counseling prior to graduation if he or she Read more
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When To Get An Anxiety Counselor Involved: Dealing With PTSD

PTSD (Posttraumatic Stress Disorder) is not unusual for people who have suffered through traumatic experiences such as war, serious accidents, natural disasters, rape, sudden death of a loved one or life threatening events. PTSD can cause suffers to have bouts of depression and anxiety for months or even years after an event has occurred. Its important to know when depression and anxiety are things you can handle on your own and when they require help from a professional. If you or your loved ones are suffering with any of the following symptoms of PTSD, consider contacting a professional today. Experienced Read more
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Questions to Ask During Your Depression Counseling Session

Depression counseling can seem overwhelming at first. You may be emotional, trying to find a depression counselor that fits your needs. Before you choose, you should know which questions to ask during your first counseling session. We have compiled a list of great questions for you to use in preparation for your session. At Insight Child & Family Counseling, we want you to feel comfortable with your treatment. Give us a call today with any questions you may have as well. What kind of approach do you use? This is a great question to ask your counselor. Each counselor is Read more
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3 Questions to Ask Your Depression Counselor

Whether you are searching for a depression counselor, or you are currently enrolled in counseling, navigating the relationship with your counselor can seem overwhelming. From the first visit to the last visit, communicating with your depression counselor is crucial for your counseling therapy success. For new patients and recurring patients, sessions can sometimes be difficult when you feel down and out. Here are three questions to ask your depression counselor that you may not have considered. What are your strengths as a counselor? This question will help you get to know your counselor in a deeper way. It takes the Read more
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3 Things You Didn’t Know About Teen Counseling

Teen counseling deals with teens who are having emotional misconnections throughout their young life. However, there is much more to teen counseling than you may know. At Insight Child & Family Counseling, we do a lot more than counsel teen angst. Instead, we provide solid care for many different life changes and adolescent behavioral concerns. Here are three things you maybe didn’t know about teen counseling that you should know. Diagnosis is Not the Goal Although some counselors may have diagnosis concerns, teen counseling is focused on more than the diagnosis. They focus more on issues that teens face such Read more
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From The Depression Counselor: Misconceptions About Suicide

Did you know that suicide is the second leading cause of death for teens? As often as we hear about a teen being cyberbullied or suffering from mental illness and taking their life, there are still tons of misconceptions when it comes to suicide. Education is the first step to prevention so lets talk about some of these misconceptions. 1) “If they want to do it, there is nothing I can do to stop them”. While it is true that everyone has their agency, it doesn’t mean you shouldn’t take steps to help those you suspect are suicidal. Oftentimes a Read more
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Teen Counseling Tips: Balancing A Job And School

The teenage years are an exciting time of life when your teen has a little more freedom and responsibility. A great way for them to develop this responsibility and manage their freedom in a safe atmosphere is by entering the work force. There are some things you should know as parents before your teen starts their first job outside of the home. 1) Start Slow. Remember that their schoolwork needs to still be a priority. Many places that hire teenagers have specific shifts designated for teenage workers. As a rule of thumb, stick to a 15 hour work week (or Read more
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Depression Counselor: Understanding Depression In Bipolar Disorder

According to the National Institute of Mental Health, Bipolar Disorder is defined as “a mental illness that causes dramatic shifts in a person’s mood, energy and ability to think clearly.” Oftentimes a person with bipolar disorder will experience extreme high and low moods – known as mania and depression. During the depression phase of bipolar disorder you might see the following behaviors: -Lack of Energy -Poor Sleep Schedule (sleeping too much or too little) -Decreased Motivation to Get Out of Bed -Difficulty With Decision Making -Preoccupied with Suicide or Thoughts of Death As a depression counselor, Insight Child & Family Read more
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Teen Counseling: What To Do When Grades Drop

As a parent, there are a lot of things you worry about with your teen. Substance abuse, Self-Harm, Depression and Teen Pregnancy just to name a few. One situation a parent may tend to overlook is when their child’s grades at school begin to drop. While a slight drop in grades every now and then is not a huge cause for concern, when the drop in grades is sudden and dramatic and lasts for an extended period of time, it could be an indication of a larger issue at play. Here are a few things you can do if you Read more