What discomfort can teach you

“Certain life events can be challenging and unfamiliar. If we are clinging to any form of comfort, we will limit our ability to adapt and grow.”

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Supporting disclosure for adult male survivors of child sexual abuse

Through first understanding the narratives and other barriers that discourage survivors from disclosing, counselors can provide a foundation of support and empowerment that leads clients toward healing.

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Celebrating Man’s Search for Meaning

On the 75th anniversary of this acclaimed memoir of finding meaning and hope even in the midst of great suffering, Viktor Frankl’s ideas continue to influence and inform the field of mental health.

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Responding to the increase of hate crimes against Asians and Asian Americans

To provide stronger support to this community, it helps for counselors to understand the factors and prejudices that have historically contributed to anti-Asian sentiment and discrimination.

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When the behavior of others negatively affects clients’ mental health

How can counselors help clients when their mental health and coping abilities are being thwarted by the unhealthy behaviors of their loved ones?

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What discomfort can teach you

Allow discomfort to be part of your experience. Welcome it fully from the heart center. At the core of your pain or fear, you will grow and you will learn.

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Celebrating Man’s Search for Meaning

On the 75th anniversary of this acclaimed memoir of finding meaning and hope even in the midst of great suffering, Viktor Frankl’s ideas continue to influence and inform the field of mental health.

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Untangling trauma and grief after loss

Experiencing a sudden and unexpected loss can send people into a steep decline as they wrestle, often unknowingly, with elements of both trauma and grief.