At Sound Mind Therapy, our counseling services are focused on three tenets: Support, Education and Empowerment. We are committed to working collaboratively with our clients to help them face life’s challenges and align their life with a greater sense of purpose, passion and well-being. Find out what our clients are saying about what we do!
Have you seen psychology terms pop up in your social media feed, or noticed friends discussing mental health topics online? Due to the ongoing pandemic, mental health issues are top-of-mind for many people, with the result that there is a lot of misinformation floating around online. These half-truths are known as “pop psychology.”
Studies show that mental health continues to worsen among all age groups, and it’s not just fallout from this year’s pandemic. There are several factors contributing to the increase, but one thing is clear: many individuals, both young and old, are not receiving the care they need. Here are a few recent statistics that help us understand where we are with mental […]
“It’s the most wonderful time of the year…” we hear again and again during the weeks between Thanksgiving and New Year’s. The fact is that for some, the holidays can be the most difficult time of the year. Many people – women especially – feel stressed and overwhelmed by all that they believe they must […]
Many of us are on edge because of coronavirus and the ongoing uncertainty and disruption to our daily lives. In our practice, we have seen that many parents are having a harder time dealing with the stress associated with COVID-19 than their children. On the flip side, kids that are experiencing anxiety may inadvertently be […]
The holidays are just around the corner, which means it’s time to finalize plans with family and friends. Yet with the recent spike in coronavirus cases across the country, the usual plans are going to look a lot different this year. For many families, this will lead to hard decisions about where to go, who […]
Did you know anxiety may have a genetic link? Anxiety is a complex condition that is influenced by many factors but unlike some traits such as eye color, hair color and facial features, anxiety is not always easy to trace through family lines.
All families experience challenging times, and often parents, siblings and even grandparents, aunts and uncles are able to help. Yet there are other times when the problems within the family last for months and even years. If you have begun to notice any of the following signs, your family might benefit from professional family therapy.
Are you someone who has navigated the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic with relative ease, while friends and family members have been stressed and unable to cope? Or vice versa? Your response is likely strongly linked to your personality type, according to a recent study by researchers at Nixplay, a digital photo frame company. Their […]
Psychology Today describes professional therapy as “driver’s education for the mind.” It’s a great analogy because just as it’s difficult for a teenager to know how to avoid a car accident when they are new and haven’t been taught proper driving technique, it’s difficult for someone who suffers from depression to manage difficult emotions without […]