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Anxiety Treatment in Tampa

Anxiety Treatment in Tampa

Anxiety is one of the most common mental health concerns, and the number one reason people call our practice. Anxiety impacts nearly every person to some extent as it is a natural feeling that overcomes us in response to our perception of a situation and actual...

Therapy versus Medication

Therapy versus Medication

At times, this is a controversial topic, if not representative of a difference of opinion between two distinct but related professions. Should a person pursue therapy or medication? Let’s first be clear: there is no one correct answer to this question. Whether a...

Toxic Positivity

Toxic Positivity

The phrase "toxic positivity" is floating around more than ever. But what does this term mean? Naturally, most head to Google to search for the answer. We posted on this topic in 2019 and wanted to provide an update as it is clear that the pandemic has created a...

Finding a Therapist in Tampa Bay

Finding a Therapist in Tampa Bay

Looking for a therapist/counselor is often a new experience for a person. For the most part, most calls to Tampa Therapy start out with "I have never done this before. I'm not sure what the process is." And it's a perfectly okay to feel that way (meaning, a...

Self-Esteem: A Different Perspective

Self-Esteem: A Different Perspective

Self-esteem. It is a topic that is relatable to every person. We all interact with our self-esteem on a daily basis, and likewise, it impacts our daily life. Whether your self-esteem is high, low, or somewhere in the middle, self-esteem is part of our relationships, thought processes, work or school life, and day-to-day experiences.

Social Anxiety: We Can Help

Social Anxiety: We Can Help

Would you describe yourself as someone who has trouble communicating and feeling comfortable in social situations?  If so, it is possible you may struggle with social anxiety.  Now, let us be more clear: there is a difference between feeling a little bit nervous in a...

Functioning with High-Functioning Depression

Functioning with High-Functioning Depression

What is High-Functioning Depression? When most of us think of depression, we think of a person who is incredibly sad, constantly crying, and cannot even get out of their pajamas and bed.  We think of the person who cannot function at all.  Yes,...

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