Thorough assessment and history-taking are vital components of a solid and comprehensive treatment plan. Working in a safe therapeutic alliance will often stimulate client insight and connections about how events from the past are influencing current behaviors and symptoms. It may take some time for clients to disclose a history of trauma. Often times, clients…

The Difference Between Laziness, Lack of Motivation, and Depression Being lazy, demotivated, and depressed often seems so similar that when you try to get rid of any of them, you find it tough to differentiate in the first place. Having the proper understanding of the problem makes it easy to get the correct solution without…

Success never comes by staying within your comfort zone because when you limit yourself, you tend to miss out on a lot. Limits are what come between your goals, success, and yourself, so you’d need to break them if you want to go ahead. Breaking a limit could bring a lot of resistance that could…

  Why is identity an important concept? You may think identity is the role we play and the position we achieve, but it is more than that. Identity is about what you think about yourselves and how you see yourself. Also, it is about your mindset that belongs to your surroundings, the place you live…

In, Courage Isn’t a Buzzword, It’s a Daily Practice, we delved into three types of courage: Telling, Trying, and Trusting. In the spirit of change that comes with the fall season, we spoke with Rakshanda – A South Asian Art Therapist living in Canada, who graciously shared her story of courage that helped her move through times…

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