Under certain circumstances, an individual may be eligible for legal permanent residence in the U.S. or a green card status based on their family ties and/or employment history. The process of obtaining these types of visas can take years and requires extensive documentation from both applicants and sponsors. In some…
According to the National Council for Behavioral Health, it’s estimated that 70% of adults in the U.S. will experience trauma at some point in their life. The emotional, mental, and physical symptoms trauma triggers can feel debilitating. Many people find it difficult to process what has happened or how they…
Your daughter’s first-grade teacher reports your child’s frequent distraction, difficulty completing worksheets in class, and homework assignments. Your son’s camp counselor flags that he can’t seem to settle down during quiet time and is having trouble making friends. At home, your child seems to willfully ignore your instructions to put…
When you think of pre-marriage counseling, you may think it's just for couples with problems. But that couldn't be further from the truth. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain by attending counseling before tying the knot with your significant other. Here are just five benefits of attending…
Feeling sad from time to time is part of being human. However, if your sadness persists for more than a few weeks and your mood begins to negatively impact your daily life, you may be suffering from depression. If you are, know that you are not alone and that depression…
To get the most out of counseling, it’s important to find a therapist you “click” with. However, that’s often easier said than done. Throughout therapy sessions, you’ll be sharing very personal details about yourself, some of which you may not even share with your closest friends and family. And studies…
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