The Vitality of Self-Care for Counselors: Nurturing the Healing Heart

In the demanding and compassionate world of counseling, the significance of self-care cannot be understated. As healers, counselors dedicate themselves to supporting others through their emotional and psychological challenges, often neglecting their own well-being in the process. However, prioritizing self-care is not just an option but an essential aspect of maintaining a healthy and effective […]

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Being Single or Lonely During the Holidays

Today on the couch, we have Dr. Samara Toussaint, PsyD and Kimberly Parker, LCSW. Featuring: Dr. Samara Toussaint is a licensed psychologist specializing in individual and family therapy, and is the founder of Path2Growth Counseling Services in Valley Stream, NY. Dr. Toussaint obtained her doctoral degree from St. John’s University with a concentration in intervention. She […]

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Depression vs Sadness: Which One Am I?

Today on the couch, we have Brandi Jackson, LCSW and DeAvila Bennett, LSCW, LSSW. Featuring: Brandi Jackson is a Licensed Holistic Therapist and Wellness Coach and founder of Brandi Jackson Wellness with over 10 years of experience providing wellness coaching and therapeutic support. Brandi teaches, writes, consults, and researches Holistic Mental Health Wellness Method Approach to […]

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How to Cope with Debt Depression

Sometimes, depression is caused by genetic or biological factors. Sometimes, it’s caused by things that are happening in your environment. Things like debt and other financial problems often lead to symptoms of depression for many people. The strong link between financial health and mental health is long-documented; people with financial worries are much more likely […]

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