Teenagers often tell us therapists that they feel no one understands them, no one really listens to them, and no one takes them seriously. With these five steps of reflective listening, parents can help their teens feel heard and valued.
Fun and catchy songs can get your feet tapping and your body moving. But have you ever stopped to think about some of the lyrics while you’re rocking out? Let’s ruin pop culture with a therapist take on three of your favorite songs.
Our pets have a knack for finding cozy spaces around the house to relax. For this week’s self-care series installment, we will take a tip from our fuzzy friends and learn the recipe for creating a calm haven of our own.
Listening to music on its own is already a popular coping skill for people of all ages. Combining music with a guided imagery exercise from Your Story Matters Therapy Group will further enhance your stress management.
Repeated thoughts of anxiety are completely normal during stressful situations. Don’t get down on yourself. Instead, use this visualization exercise to help stop your anxious thoughts and calm your overall anxiety.