1. Why You Should Be Ready to Confess Your Affair When Asked

    Should you tell your partner about the affair you've had? If you ask a philosophy professor they will likely give you an ethical decision making theory like in this article from Psychology Today. But philosophers work in theory, they don't work with people in crisis. On the other hand, if you ask 100 couples therapists, "Should your client tell their partner about an infidelity or affair?" you mi…Read More

  2. Are you an adult with undiagnosed ADHD?

    This is likely not the first resource you've found listing ADHD symptoms. Perhaps you've already been to WebMD and Wikipedia, we even have on of those more generic and medical symptom based videos on our own site if that would help. We think you've likely already seen those and now you looking for something a little more personal and maybe some guidance on what to do next. Keep in mind, although …Read More

  3. Animal-Assisted Therapy

    Definitions and  Clarification Animal-Assisted Therapy (AAT) Animal-Assisted Therapy is occurring when a qualified, certified therapists and health care providers employs the use of their own animal, or another trained animal, as a part of a therapeutic treatment plan. Therapy Dogs and Facility Dogs can at times be included in this category. Riley at our practice falls into this category when he …Read More

  4. Depression In Women

    Depression is incredibly common in women, and is more prevalent in women than in men; women are twice as likely to become depressed. There are many possible reasons for this discrepancy. For example, women face unique reproductive issues, such as premenstrual problems, pregnancy, postpartum depression, and menopause. Women are also more likely to experience body image issues and spend more time re…Read More

  5. Managing Your Anxiety

    Everyone experiences anxiety occasionally, but sometimes, it goes farther than normal worrying. Anxiety can be incredibly debilitating, and sometimes people require psychotherapy or medication to manage it. If you believe you have an anxiety disorder, it is important that you talk to a professional to ensure you get the treatment that you need. If you need help, contact us today; Kentlands Psychot…Read More

  6. Does Your Child Need Counseling?

    It is always difficult to see your child in pain, but when the issue is mental, not physical, it can be particularly devastating. When your child scrapes their knee, you can give them a band-aid and a kiss, but when your child is suffering emotionally, it isn’t so cut and dry. It is hard to know exactly what to do when your child seems to have mental health problems, and many parents only turn t…Read More

  7. Who Benefits From Psychotherapy

    From time to time everyone can use a little help. When times get difficult and problems seem to spiral out of control, professional help is often sought. Mental health problems can affect men, women, and children of every age. Many problems are taken to a professional psychiatrist because their expertise and experience usually means that help is not far off. The residents of Gaithersburg, MD have …Read More

  8. Anger And Aggression In Marriage

    All marriages come with their own set of challenges. No couple is immune to the trials and tribulations that come with long-term relationships. While some married couples fight, excessive anger and aggression are something that needs to be dealt with by a professional before trouble occurs. Anger isn’t necessarily a detrimental emotion, everyone deals with anger on a regular basis. Anger is only…Read More

  9. Brief Overview of Bipolar Disorder

    Bipolar disorder, formally known as "manic-depression," affects many Americans. Many people suffering from bipolar disorder do not seek treatment in a timely manner, and as such, it can result in damage to their jobs, relationships, etc. Finding a psychiatrist and a psychologist can help individuals deal with, and manage their diagnosis of bipolar disorder. As a "manic-depressive" illness, bipolar…Read More

  10. My Husband Has Been Using The Ashley Madison Website

    Originally published by The Lakelands Leader in our Laudable Life advice column. Q: Last night I found out my husband has been using the Ashley Madison website.  We’ve been married for nine years, happily I thought, and we have three kids.   I’m shocked, devastated, and confused.  I don’t know what to do, yet I feel an urgent need to do something.  I feel like my head is exploding.  He…Read More