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Author Archives: Louise Savoie

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Bringing Therapy Closer Wherever You Go

There will always be hardships in life. Every person reacts differently when dealing with their shortcomings, and it is completely normal in that sense because we are all unique. When times are tough, always remember that there are people willing to ...

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Symptoms of Depression You Need to Watch Out For

As a provider of personalized mental health services, we are experts in knowing the symptoms of depression. Here are the most common signs you have to look out for if you suspect someone is experiencing depression: Having a helpless or hopeless outlo...

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How Do You Know You Have PTSD?

There are events in our lives that trigger an adverse effect on our mental health. These significant events keep playing in the minds of those with post-traumatic stress disorder and cause anxiety and panic attacks. If PTSD is left unnoticed or untre...

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Should You Take Vocational Counseling?

Vocational counseling identifies a person’s intelligence, aptitude, interests, abilities, and skill levels in order to create and follow a career path. This is often provided by vocational therapists who partner with businesses, government agencies...

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The Different Types and Effects of Domestic Violence

Each year, over 10 million men and women in the U.S. are subjected to domestic violence. Domestic violence is defined as any behavior that causes a person to gain power and control over a spouse, partner, or a family member. Hence, individual and gro...

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What Is Domestic Violence and What Are Its Effects?

Domestic violence tends to be presented as easily solvable in the media. Often, news coverage would focus on the more controversial parts of the story and the extent of the injuries of the victim instead of the context and the history of violence by ...

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