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Find Peace Amid The Crazy Season With Anxiety Counseling

Considering anxiety counseling means finding a way to balance the noise, pulls on your time, and your struggles to balance it all. Sometimes this year only adds to our worries by combining the regular load we carry with the extras that seem to be forced upon us this time of year, more places to be, things to do, and people to see. Before you become too overwhelmed find help with anxiety counseling.  Don’t avoid your anxiety; deal with it with the help of Insight Child & Family Counseling.  Call us today at 972-426-9500 and make your first appointment. We will Read more
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4 Things Not To Say: Tips From A Depression Counselor

If someone you love suffers from depression, it may be difficult to know what to say to them; as a depression counselor, my patients often tell me that many people in their lives simply don’t understand what they’re going through.  This lack of knowledge about depression can sometimes lead to awkwardness or inappropriate comments.  The right thing to say to someone who is depressed is that you love and support them; unfortunately, there are way too many wrong things to say.  Here are some comments you should avoid when talking to a person who suffers from depression: “But You’re On Read more
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Find True Happiness Today With Depression Counseling

Wondering if depression counseling might be the right solution for you? At Insight Child & Family Counseling we help our clients deal with all the false perceptions of the holidays and the true struggle to find the right path of happiness in the midst of it all. Family issues, money stresses and so many more threats often come to a head at this time of year and it can lead to depression. Get help from someone who understands and can help you fight through it all. Visit us at www.ldscounselordfw.com or call Insight Child & Family Counseling today at 972-426-9500 to Read more
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Depression Counselor: Better New Year’s Resolutions

The New Year is coming and as a depression counselor, I can tell you that many of my patients who are battling chronic depression have a hard time celebrating a new year as a time of resolutions, starting over and celebration.  Instead, they dwell on the past year and any wasted opportunities, failed relationships, deaths in the family and more that they feel will only continue into a new year.   Because I have worked as a depression counselor for many years, I know that people who suffer with depression can’t just “get over it” and feel happy about the beginning Read more
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Teen Counseling Tips: Signs Of Teen Drug Or Alcohol Abuse

As a teen counselor, I know that alcohol and drug abuse are almost an epidemic among teenagers and, often, parents feel helpless to do anything.  As a parent myself, I understand the need to want to jump in and solve the problem; but with drug and alcohol abuse, it often takes more than just a parent’s love and understanding to help a child climb out of the hole of addiction.  Teen counseling, administered by an experienced counselor is one of the most important steps a parent can take.  The first step to take, though, is to look for the signs and Read more
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Don’t Let Your Teen Face The Battle Alone: Contact A Teen Counselor Today

A teen counselor can help your teen deal with whatever life is dishing out. Sometimes that means dealing with depression issues, family problems, school bullies or any number of other things. At Insight Child & Family Counseling, we have helped our clients and their families learn how to communicate more effectively and cope with their own individual struggles. We strive to equip our clients with all the tools they’ll need to fight the current battle they face and the others that will surely come over time. Visit our website www.ldscounselordfw.com for some free resources and tips and then give us Read more
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Anxiety Counseling: Help in Troubled Times Brings Peace

Have you thought anxiety counseling was for every one but you? If so, it might be time to reconsider. At Insight Child & Family Counseling, we have helped our clients deal with all types of issues relating to anxiety and depression, fear and harmful situations. We know the power you give yourself when you speak to someone who can listen to you and help you formulate a plan. That is what we do every day. Call us today at 972-426-9500 to schedule your first visit and let us help you find the help you need. Or visit out website www.ldscounselordfw.com for Read more
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Depression Counseling: 5 Depression Misconceptions

If you suffer from depression, or you suspect you do, and you’re considering seeking depression counseling, you should know that on your treatment journey, you’ll hear and read many things about depression that simply aren’t true.  Misconceptions about psychological disorders, like depression, can often derail treatment or even stop sufferers from seeking treatment in the first place.  To help you to better understand your illness, here are 5 common depression misconceptions: Depression is always hereditary.  Some scientists believe that 40 percent of cases of depression are hereditary.  That means that even if you have one or more relatives who have Read more
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Child Counselor: Substance Abuse And Your Teen

Substance abuse is rampant in the United States and as a child counselor, I have worked with a number of young people who abuse or are addicted to alcohol or drugs.  Though children and teens don’t have the problem of substance abuse costing them their jobs or marriages, they are at risk for serious legal problems, health problems, cognitive problems, ruined relationships and even death.   Why Children Abuse Drugs And Alcohol Children and adolescents often abuse drugs and alcohol for the same reasons that adults do; they use mood-altering substances to self-medicate because they feel isolated, depressed or anxious. Read more
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Teen Counselor: How To Help Your Teen Make Friends

Every teen counselor knows that the transition to adolescence is difficult for many kids.  Of all of the things that children experience when they enter their teenage years, the growing desire and need for independence can be the hardest for them to handle.  While it is normal for children to want to strike out on their own, that independence also carries with it the need for them to learn how to do a multitude of things that their parents once did for them. Parents Cultivate And Manage Their Children’s Friendships One of the more important things that parents do for their Read more