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Why Group Therapy Is The Best Christmas Gift Ever

-Mayah Taylor, MA Group therapy is often a least considered type of therapy. It  can seem intimidating at first thought. Some reasons why are, we do not want to share our problems with others, we feel afraid of speaking in front of a group of people, or we are fearful of how people will perceive […]

One mother speaks out about her son’s tragic addiction and suicide

Anne Moss will be speaking at our March Substance Abuse Support group on March 6, 2017. Sometimes finding YOUR tribe can take work. You have to “try on” a few groups to find the one that matches your needs and fits where you are on the journey to healing. Anne Moss has made it her […]

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All I Want for Christmas is Someone Who Understands

By: Bunny Young, MA, QMHP In this season of giving it is nice to be surrounded by individuals with whom you feel supported. Often around the holidays we are flooded with commercials of family, friends, community, and celebration. It can lead to feelings of loneliness or solitude when you do not have access to these […]

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November Resource Round Up

As the holidays descend, there is happiness and celebration but for many of us there are stressors, anxiety, temptations and anger. This month’s resources were designed to help you get through the holiday season with more joy and peace. Happy Holidays from Life Cycles Counseling! Eating Disorders How Women Can Overcome People-Pleasing and Perfectionism http://blogs.psychcentral.com/imperfect/2016/11/overcoming-people-pleasing-perfectionism/ […]

5 Ways Families Can Help Their Loved One Struggling with Addiction

Are You Walking on Egg Shells When You See Your Loved One? The pain and suffering is not limited to the addict himself.  The family also shares the brunt of the pain. They also experience worry, fear, judgment, anger, and shame on a daily basis. Many times, the family absorbs the consequences of their loved […]