Bipolar 1 and 2

Bipolar Disorder 1 and 2: What’s the Difference? Bipolar disorder is a serious mental illness characterized by two distinct episodes: mania and depression. Individuals with bipolar disorder shift from extreme joy, excitement, restlessness, impulsiveness, and...

PTSD: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

PTSD: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Some people with PTSD are told they have this disorder because of what happened to them, but they’re not sure what it means. Other people know what PTSD is but don’t know if they have it or not. If you think you might...

Why Does Therapy Cost So Much?

Cost of education increases, insurance, and professional registration all contributes to the high cost of therapy.  The pandemic has put a strain on the number of available mental health providers. We have not fully understood the repercussions that isolation has on a...

What Type Of Therapist Is Right For Me?

The one you are most comfortable with. For a good fit, therapy should be an open line of communication. In your first session, you’ll be laying the foundation for what you want to work on. Don’t be afraid to be heard when something doesn’t feel right. And if something...

Differentiating Psychologist And Psychiatrist

Psychiatrists and psychologists are two types of mental health providers. While they have several similarities, they play different roles in healthcare environment. Both treat a variety of mental health issues, but in multiple ways. While psychiatrists often use a mix...

Why You Can’t Trust Online Reviews

You can pay review farms to bump up your reputation. It pays to farm fake reviews. Click farming is a huge issue and many online platforms are taking ongoing action to battle them. Reporting fake reviews can help. Most services like Amazon and Google give users ways...

Difference Between Counseling And Therapy

The difference between “therapy” and “counseling” can be a point of confusion for clients seeking mental health treatment.  Much of the confusion arises because licensed practitioners, clients, and the general public frequently use the words “therapy” and “counseling”...