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Judgement

JUDGEMENT  It’s a big word, and something no one wants to experience, especially from their health care provider. It might be even worse when it comes from your mental health care provider (e.g., therapist,...

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What is Anxiety?

Is anxiety a real thing? Or just something people say when they are stressed? Everyone can get stressed out or nervous when it’s their first time trying something new, or they are getting ready...

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Dr. Taunya Tinsley

Meet Dr. Taunya Tinsley Doctor Taunya Marie Tinsley is a Licensed Professional Counselor, DMin, PhD, NCC, LPC. She is the owner of Transitions Counseling Service LLC and Life Skills Program, where she provides individual, marriage, family and group...

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Self Evaluator Assessment Tool

The Self Evaluator tool is a Project of the Jed Foundation and was developed for ULifeline by Duke University School of Medicine. It screens for thirteen of the most common mental health conditions that college...

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Therapy: it really does work

How could simply talking to someone make you feel better? Sometimes when you feel so bad you think there’s nothing anyone could possible say that would help or make you feel better. Yet therapy helps millions...

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Interpersonal Therapy

We don’t live our lives in a bubble. Whether we want to or not we have to live with each other and this can affect our day-to-day experiences. Interpersonal therapy, or IPT, is a type...

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What is Therapy?

We spoke to Dr. Jessica Levenson who works at the Sleep Medicine Program at the University of Pittsburgh. Dr. Jessica is a clinical psychologist who is trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Interpersonal...

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Journaling Toward Mental Health

I recently found an article on Amy Polar’s Smart Girls website about Journaling and I thought it would be great to share here.  One of the things I really liked about the article was...

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Invisible Illness

Depression is not a “visible” health issue. It doesn’t announce itself to the world with a cast, or stitches, or vomiting. Depression is sneaky. It can be hard to talk about. Hard to define....