1. Getting The Most Out Of Family Therapy

    Family therapy helps families improve the way they communicate and resolve conflicts. Family therapy can be a healing experience, and you may find that it strengthens your bonds to each other. If there is conflict in your family and you are having difficulty communicating with one another, family counseling may help. At Kentlands Psychotherapy, we specialize in family therapy. Our therapists appro…Read More

  2. Co-Parenting With Your Ex

    Co-parenting requires you to be empathetic and patient with your ex, which is easier said than done. Break ups are fraught with emotion, even when you can choose to never see your ex again. When children are involved, you have to accept that you will have to work with your ex to ensure that your child gets the best parenting possible. While it is stressful, there are steps you can take to make it …Read More

  3. Getting Help For Your Child With ADHD

    Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, is a common mental condition that generally begins in childhood. It is characterized by difficulty concentrating, impulsiveness, and hyperactivity. Having ADHD makes school very difficult for children because they cannot focus on the lesson and often get in trouble for their disruptive behavior. This often affects their mood; there is a high rate …Read More

  4. Principles of Effective Couples Counseling

    When the relationship between you and your partner is in distress, it can be hard to know where to turn. You may have heard that there is no point to going to couples therapy because it “never works.” It is true that couples who go to therapy together often break up, but this is due to the fact that many couples wait until their marriage is already essentially over to try therapy. When couples…Read More

  5. What Is Postpartum Depression?

    When you give birth, it is typical to experience what is called “the baby blues.” The baby blues last only a few days after your child is born, and may cause you to experience moodiness, sadness, anxiety, irritability, trouble sleeping, and difficulty concentrating. These feelings are normal, particularly when you have experienced such a huge life change. After a week or two, however, these fe…Read More

  6. Facts About Anxiety Disorders

    While everyone experiences anxiety from time to time, people with anxiety disorders are more or less constantly in an anxious state. Over time, when left untreated, anxiety disorders can get worse and interfere with daily life, influencing such aspects of their lives as work, school, and relationships. Fortunately, anxiety is a very treatable condition with many options. The Symptoms The term “a…Read More

  7. Common Mental Health Disorders In Teens

    The teenage years are marked by emotional turmoil, so it can be difficult to determine whether your teen is experiencing a mental health disorder, or just the normal ups and downs of adolescence. Here, we will go over signs that something more serious is happening that requires teen counseling, and the most common mental health disorders that teens develop. How Do You Know Something Is Wrong? Whil…Read More

  8. Common Misconceptions About PTSD

    In the media, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is generally presented as something that war veterans develop that makes them “crazy” and “violent,” but this is a dangerous misconception. PTSD can happen to anyone, and symptoms can manifest in a variety of different ways. As with many mental conditions, there are certain misconceptions about PTSD. Here, we outline some common myths you…Read More

  9. The Benefits of Alpha Stim

    You may never have heard of Alpha Stim, but it is an incredible tool that is gaining prominence in the medical community. Alpha Stim is a device that is used worldwide to treat anxiety, depression, insomnia, and chronic pain. It works by electrically stimulating the nerve cells that produce the neurotransmitters associated with mood. Over time, this improves sleep, decreases anxiety, and lifts moo…Read More

  10. 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