Find answers to common questions counselors have about the new edition of the DSM.
People who survive a suicide attempt often struggle alone, but with help, they can begin to see their challenges in a new light and rebuild their lives.
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.
Third-culture kids grow up in a diverse cultural environment — one that can have positive and negative effects on their mental health.
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.