Depression is a complex problem that combines emotional and physical symptoms. If you’re feeling this way, you know how painful it can be.
Anxiety disorders differ from other feelings of nervousness in their intensity and duration. They can also prompt you to avoid trigger situations.
The “baby blues” often happens in the first few weeks after birth. Postpartum depression is a more intense and overwhelming experience.
The foundations for low self esteem are usually laid in one’s childhood, with not being able to trust that we are valued and understood.
Relationships can improve greatly when partners are willing to come to counseling with the goal of creating a more loving and intimate relationship.
Children are innately hardwired to attach to caretakers. Abandonment interferes with secure attachments, negatively impacting relationships.
Getting diagnosed with breast cancer can give rise to emotional turmoil affecting a woman’s psychological well-being and physical health.
When a child fails to receive emotional attunement from a parent, an important experience of mirroring is missing, as no positive reflection is being shared with the child. Developing a positive sense of self, then, becomes more challenging for the child.