Monthly Archives: July 2016

Column Image The Value in Perspective Taking

Perspective taking is the ability to see things from another person’s view and to better understand what he or she is thinking and feeling. It also comprises of the ability to experience and convey empathy for the other person. It is a life skill that is essential in our social … Continue reading >




Posted in Family, Relationships, Stress |

Column Image Sleep Hygiene

A good night’s sleep serves many important functions for our overall health. Physically and psychologically our bodies need to rest and repair overnight, which is essential as one gets older. Specifically, the brain relies on sleep for many cognitive functions such as retaining information and consolidation of memory. Unfortunately, sleep … Continue reading >




Posted in Anxiety, Depression, Sleep/Relaxation |

Column Image How Does Psychotherapy Work?

Not surprisingly, the first time I meet someone, I am often asked “how does therapy work?” Most people I meet with both professionally and personally have either gone to therapy themselves or know someone who has. Generally, when I ask a therapy novice what they know about the process, the … Continue reading >




Posted in Anxiety, Depression, Therapy |

Column Image Client Care Coordinator Internship

Therapy Changes is pleased to invite a student to participate in an internship where he or she will have the opportunity to provide direct client care over the phone in a group psychology practice setting. Interns will also have the chance to utilize office procedures and contribute to community outreach … Continue reading >




Posted in Careers |

Column Image Self-Care for the Caregiver – Part 2

Caring for a loved one can be very rewarding, but it also involves many stressors. Caregiving can make an impact on your health, relationships, and state of mind. That’s why taking time to relax, rest, and recharge isn’t just a luxury – it’s a necessity! In this second part of … Continue reading >




Posted in Personal Improvement, Sleep/Relaxation, Stress |