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What to Expect During Depression Counseling

Perhaps you are researching depression counseling for yourself or a loved one. Maybe you are scheduled for a counseling session and feel a bit apprehensive. Whatever the case, you should be aware of what to expect before the first appointment. Depression counseling is offered in many different forms by many different types of counselors. Although the situations may differ, all depression counseling is similar in that it works to create a space for you to heal and become open about your depression. Depression Counseling: Your First Session Your first session with your counselor will involve you and your therapist getting Read more
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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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Get Help In Facing Your Battles With The Best Teen Counselor

Finding the right teen counselor doesn’t have to be hard. At Insight Child & Family Counseling, we have helped our clients find the information they need to deal with the place they are in. It is harder growing up these days with so many instantaneous choices available and all the connections that sometimes take away from real interaction. Many people, including teens, need a place to be heard and listened to without instant reaction or judgement. We want to help you and your family find the right way to communicate and listen to each other. Call us today at 972-426-9500 Read more
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Teen Counseling: What To Do When Your Teen Hates You

I have many years of experience in teen counseling and have spoken to many teens who not only have difficulty understanding and handling their own emotions but who also have a difficult time dealing with their parents during their turbulent adolescent years.  I’ve also spoken to many parents who feel they can no longer communicate with children with whom they once had a close, loving bond.  As children grow up and enter puberty, it is fairly common for them to clash with their parents or even to describe their feelings for their parents as hate.  If your child has disconnected from 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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Anxiety Counselor: 7 Anxiety Facts You Need To Know

If you suffer from the symptoms of anxiety but you haven’t sought the help of an anxiety counselor because you don’t know enough about anxiety disorders or you’re afraid of the stigma that often surrounds getting treatment for mental issues, it’s important that you find out as much as you can so that you can get the help you need.  Here are some anxiety facts you need to know: 1 – Anxiety Is A Real Illness Everyone has anxiety from time to time; but anxiety that impairs your daily life is a very real condition that requires therapeutic intervention.  Like other Read more
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Depression Counselor: 5 Depression Questions Answered

As a depression counselor, I have treated many patients whose depression symptoms ranged from mild to severe and debilitating.  For those patients, and for those who love them, dealing with the symptoms of depression is an ongoing struggle; and, because the human brain is still one of the great unknowns of biology and psychology, part of the struggle of living with depression is not being able to get the answers they need about their condition.  If you are living with some type of depression, here are few answers to some of the questions you may have: 1 – Is Depression Read more
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Anxiety Counselor: What Are Anxiety Disorders?

Almost everyone experiences anxiety from time to time; but as an experienced anxiety counselor, I know that there is a difference between the kind of transitory anxiety people feel when they’re facing some type of stress like a job interview or a first date and the kind that makes everyday life difficult.  If you suspect you or someone you love has a serious anxiety problem, you should know more about anxiety disorders so that you can decide whether or not to seek the help of an anxiety counselor. The Symptoms Of A Generalized Anxiety Disorder Anxiety becomes a problem when Read more