People with chronic health conditions often face uncertainty and psychological distress, which is why validation and emotional regulation are crucial in helping clients learn to cope and live productive lives.
A trauma-informed approach benefits both counselors and clients, yet more work needs to be done to ensure these principles are adopted across health care systems.
The recent rise in suicide rates among marginalized communities highlights the need for counselors to use culturally responsive practices when assessing suicide risk.
With childhood anxiety increasing at an alarming rate, early assessment and treatment can help children struggling with anxiety live a healthy life.
Counselors are tailoring how they approach cognitive behavior therapy to better fit the changing needs of their clients.