Blog Category: encourage

September 7, 2023
Revitalizing Hope – Supporting Teens Struggling with Suicidal Thoughts

The 2019 National Youth Risk Behavior Survey (2019 YRBS) illuminated data related to young people and mental health. One of the areas surveyed […]

August 22, 2023
Part Two: Separation Anxiety in Children

Kids experiencing separation anxiety might become clingy and reluctant to be alone, but there are ways to help. Establishing routines, offering comfort, and […]

July 24, 2023
Part Two: Exploring Gender Identity in Therapy

It takes a lot of bravery to ask questions about gender identity, especially as a child/teen. Therapy provides a safe and supportive space […]

July 19, 2023
Part One: Exploring Gender Identity in Therapy

Discovering who you truly are takes bravery and courage, especially when it comes to understanding your gender identity. Therapy provides a safe and […]

July 12, 2023
Preschool PRIDE

The month of June holds great significance as a dedicated period for uplifting LGBTQ+ voices, celebrating LGBTQ+ culture, and supporting LGBTQ+ rights. Nevertheless, […]

May 25, 2023
Part Three: Therapy in a Group Format

Group therapy is something that we value highly at The Wise Family. We are so fortunate to have Clinicians who genuinely want to […]

May 17, 2023
Part Two: Therapy in a Group Format

In Part One, we covered how special group therapy can be when you are able to connect with its members. In group therapy, being […]

May 1, 2023
Part One: Therapy in a Group Format

Group therapy can be a game-changer for people struggling with mental health issues or life challenges. In a group therapy setting, individuals have […]

February 15, 2023
Part Two: Why I became a therapist

As mental health counselors, we assess and treat mental and emotional health disorders, relationship issues, and life challenges. Through various methods of psychotherapy, […]

February 1, 2023
Part One: Why I became a therapist

The most rewarding part about being a counselor is being able to positively make an impact on another human being’s life and journey. […]

January 1, 2023
Raised in a Barn

If you are raised in an apartment, there are certain things you learn that other kids might not.  For example, you learn that […]

December 1, 2022
Why is Gratitude so Helpful?

By Grace Lozano, Resident in Counseling Let’s talk about the neuroscience of gratitude. “Gratitude” has become a common buzzword in the mental health […]