The marital paradox

Working on the marriage means that each individual must also work on themselves.

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Reformulating client well-being during an economic crisis

Quarantining takes on new meaning when a career is significantly throttled. How can counselors help clients who are struggling with financial stress during the COVID-19 pandemic?

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A counselor’s journey to healing from chronic pain

An integrative mind-body counseling approach often holds answers for clients who have suffered for years from chronic pain and exhausted traditional medical interventions with little to no relief.

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Overcoming free-time boredom during COVID-19: Combining a home-based optimal leisure lifestyle with behavioral activation

Developing a home-based optimal leisure lifestyle (OLL) will provide transient moments in your day for positive emotion — a psychological breather from going stir-crazy and experiencing brain-numbing boredom.

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Putting first responders’ mental health on the front lines

Counselors can take steps to lower some of the barriers that prevent those who respond in emergency situations from prioritizing their mental health.

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The marital paradox

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A quest for identity and connection

Being part of two different cultures and not truly feeling a sense of belonging in either is not an uncommon experience among individuals who are biracial or multiracial and those who are transracial adoptees.

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Counselor participates in White House conference call, task force

"By asserting that older adults are every bit as deserving of mental health services as people of other ages, members of the counseling profession combat ageism, strengthen the case for Medicare reimbursement and improve the lives of socially isolated older adults."

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