Tag Archives: Mental Health

What Are We Thanking Them For? Perspective from a Veteran’s Therapist

In the week leading up to this year’s Veteran’s Day I’ve heard “thank you for your service” spoken to an array of veterans (and active duty service members) for about a week now.  First, it was a young girl who … Continue reading

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Does My Past Really Matter in Therapy?

by L. Chris Cannida, LPC, June 2014 I love waterfalls.  They mesmerize me and I find myself wondering about the beginning of each one.  I enjoy the streams created at the bottom of them.  Sometimes they’re bubbling and rambling over rocks, … Continue reading

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Choosing the Best Mental Health Treatment Plan

Do I take medication or should I talk it out? Which treatment is right for me? Whether it’s an effort to make a New Year’s commitment to self or because life has been so full of burden, attending to one’s … Continue reading

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Coping with the holiday seasons…

The appointment book for my private practice is starting to fill up these days for one reason.  It’s December.   When first thinking about what I might use as a topic for this post, I (like many psychotherapists) instantly thought of offering tips for coping with holiday … Continue reading

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