Disarming anger

Viewing anger as a messenger rather than an adversary can help clients decouple it from shame, unpack its origins, explore related feelings and gain self-awareness.

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Voice of Experience: Diversity and third-culture kids

Third-culture kids grow up in a diverse cultural environment — one that can have positive and negative effects on their mental health.

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Working with perpetrators of child sexual abuse

Counseling can help people who have sexually abused children learn to address their distorted thinking and take responsibility for their actions, but clinicians have to be careful not to burnout in the process.

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Preventing veteran suicide

As veteran suicide rates continue to rise, counselors can incorporate creative clinical approaches to better serve those who serve us.

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Rewriting the client’s narrative through colors

Color therapy offers a nonintrusive and engaging way to help clients gain a greater understanding of themselves and others.

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Disarming anger

Viewing anger as a messenger rather than an adversary can help clients decouple it from shame, unpack its origins, explore related feelings and gain self-awareness.

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Preventing veteran suicide

As veteran suicide rates continue to rise, counselors can incorporate creative clinical approaches to better serve those who serve us.

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Working with perpetrators of child sexual abuse

Counseling can help people who have sexually abused children learn to address their distorted thinking and take responsibility for their actions, but clinicians have to be careful not to burnout in the process.

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The shame of sexual addiction

Sexual addiction is shrouded in shame and secrecy, which can prevent clients from seeking treatment and receiving the help they need to lead a healthy sexual lifestyle.

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Counseling a broken heart

Romantic breakups often come with a lot of painful feelings and loss, but when processed in counseling, they can also be an opportunity to connect with oneself and make meaning from the experience.