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What is ADHD? ADHD stands for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. It is a common neurodevelopmental disorder, meaning that it is a disorder affecting brain development, and as such, will be present throughout the developmental lifespan, typically becoming evident in early childhood. ADHD has two primary symptom presentations, with three possible…
Infidelity is a devastating experience that sadly affects many relationships. The aftermath can often be filled with a mix of emotions, confusion, and loss of trust. Couples counseling in Chicago provides a supportive and professional environment where couples can address the pain and consequences of unfaithfulness. With time and dedication…

10 Benefits of Group Therapy for Women
Monday, 20 November 2023 11:41

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In the journey of personal growth and self-discovery, there are many paths you can take. Some people prefer self-reflection, while others seek the guidance of individual therapy. However, there is another avenue that is too often underappreciated, yet can be profoundly transformative: group therapy. In this blog, the therapists at…
Emotions are a complex and often misunderstood aspect of our lives. They can be overwhelming and difficult to manage without dedicated support and tools. Emotional healing is a crucial aspect of overarching wellness, as it allows people to address and process their underlying emotions, past experiences, and sometimes their trauma.…
Are you feeling stuck in your relationship? Do you believe that your connection could be stronger and more fulfilling? Marriage can be a beautiful and complex journey between two people. However, it is not uncommon for couples to meet unexpected challenges when reaching uncharted territory. Whether you are experiencing difficulties…
Mental health is just as important as physical health and requires time and effort to maintain and nurture. Life will inevitably throw obstacles and challenges in our way, some that can cause distress and make it difficult to cope. If — and when — these times do arise, it can…
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