Author: In-Home Counseling

Marriage Counseling for New Parents: Finding Time for YOU

April 29, 2019
Congratulations! You just had a baby. This joyous moment for your family may be one of the most stressful times for your marriage. You’re sleep deprived, you’re stress, you’re overwhelmed...

Signs of Hoarding Disorder and Their Solutions

April 24, 2019
Hoarding disorder affects as much as 6% of American adults, though it is hard to say just how many people live with this condition. Hoarders are often unaware of their...

How Family Therapy Could Help Your Child’s School Grades

March 27, 2019
Is your child struggling in school? The issue may not be the school work at all. In fact, academic struggles often stem from much deeper issues, such as anxiety, depression,...

Stress Management Tips for Testing Season

March 19, 2019
The spring months are prime testing season for grade school children and college students. This can be a stressful time for the whole family. Whether you personally feel stressed or...

Building Trust with Your In-Home Therapist

February 27, 2019
Whether you see a therapist for a few months or for several years, you need to develop a trusting relationship with one another. This allows you to truly open up...

How to Deal with School Refusal | Child Anxiety Treatment

February 11, 2019
School refusal is a common symptom of child anxiety. In this case, a child repeatedly refuses to go to school or has a difficult time staying in school. If your...

How to Treat Driving Anxiety

January 25, 2019
Driving anxiety is an isolating experience that may cause you to feel trapped, helpless and disconnected. It affects a wide range of people, and it is often triggered by a...

Video Chat May Reduce Depression in Older Adults

January 16, 2019
The modern world offers many forms of communication, from phone calls to social media to text messages and beyond. These solutions make people feel connected with one another, but are...

Realistic New Year’s Resolutions Anyone Can Achieve

December 21, 2018
New year, new you…right? Well what if we told you that you didn’t need to reinvent yourself every year? The new year presents an opportunity for improvement, but that doesn’t...

How to Treat Stay at Home Mom Depression

December 5, 2018
Continued from Part 1 In the first half of this guide, we explored the causes and signs of stay at home mom depression. As we mentioned there, this form of...