Identity development is a lifelong process that involves defining your beliefs, values, and sense of self and it impacts your mental health.
Domestic violence in close relationships can occur in the form of physical violence, psychological violence, emotional abuse, and sexual abuse.
Transgender is an umbrella term that describes a diverse group of people whose gender expression or identity differs from societal expectations.
Awareness of the many acts of injustice around you can be tiring. It’s easy to ignore your mental and physical health when you’re feeling overwhelmed.
Like how an athlete works with a coach, people looking to achieve peak performance also work with therapists to perform their best.
The challenges surrounding racial and cultural identity range from racial bias and microaggressions to intergenerational trauma.
According to the American Psychological Association, racial trauma can result from significant experiences of racial discrimination, such as hate crimes or police brutality, or it can result from an accumulation of small occurrences, such as microaggressions.
Many people face challenges surrounding desire, arousal, and intimacy in sexual relationships. There are many treatment options available.
Religion and spirituality can help define who we are, how to behave in the world, and often goes hand in hand with overall mental health.
Weight loss and management can be highly linked to mental health since making healthier choices requires lifestyle, diet, and behavioral changes.
LGBTQIA is an inclusive term that describes a range of sexual orientations and gender identities. Growing awareness of the challenges faced by the community has made specialized services addressing the unique problems faced by LGBTQIA individuals
With gender-affirming social support and psychotherapy, individuals can safely and successfully navigate their gender without judgment.