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Depression? Burnout? The Differences Explained

Depression? Burnout? The Differences Explained

Depression. Burnout. You are probably wondering how are they the same? How are they different? One thing I am sure we can all agree on is that both elicit very unpleasant feelings. As a therapist in the group practice as well as in the EAP space, I encounter many clients who struggle with both depression […]

Here is what your first 8 sessions of EMDR Therapy looks like!

Here is what your first 8 sessions of EMDR Therapy looks like!

Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) therapy is used to help people process and heal from difficult situations they have endured in their life. In 8 sessions of EMDR, you can expect to get relief from your current distressing symptoms. During these appointments you are starting a new and powerful journey to heal and make […]

How to Cope with Graduation Anxiety

How to Cope with Graduation Anxiety

 To the Graduate: Congratulations on making it to this point! I know there are likely a mixed bag of emotions that are present for you. No more homework, exams, uncomfortable desks (well, hopefully at least), you are DONE! But then, at the same time, what now?! I imagine this is the point that for many […]

The Importance of Date Night

The Importance of Date Night

How do you like to spend your date nights? Dinner and a movie? Cocktails and dancing? Netflix and chill? Whatever your preference, these moments together have a far greater impact on your relationship than you might think! If you aren’t currently implementing a weekly date night, here are a few reasons why adding them to […]

5 Calming Techniques to Help Children Regulate Their Emotions

5 Calming Techniques to Help Children Regulate Their Emotions

When children don’t know how to regulate their emotions, strong feelings can often result in tantrums, outbursts, fighting, defiance, or withdrawal and isolation. It is important to help children understand that we all feel strong emotions and that they are allowed to feel really angry, sad, upset, or confused about something but how we respond […]

Coping with Grief and Adapting to Change During a Pandemic

Coping with Grief and Adapting to Change During a Pandemic

To a certain extent, March 2022 marks the start of the third year of the coronavirus pandemic. Much of the world is in a state of grieving over losses they either have suffered or continue to suffer through while trying to adapt to changes in the news regarding the pandemic. Coping, healing, and recovering through […]

Let’s Talk About Shame: What is Shame?

Let’s Talk About Shame: What is Shame?

Shame is an emotion that we all experience at some level. A small amount of shame or embarrassment can be healthy in preventing people from breaking society or personal morals, values, or codes. However, when shame becomes pervasive in our life it makes people believe they are inherently bad or even think something is wrong […]

Introducing the New Graduate Interns at CFC Therapy Group

Introducing the New Graduate Interns at CFC Therapy Group

The team at CFC Therapy Group are very excited to introduce the two newest members to the clinical team, Mayra Iniguez and Dan Suffoletta. Mayra and Dan are second-year graduate student interns who are both pursuing their master’s degrees and are currently accepting new clients. You may have some questions about what it means to […]

Tips to help support your teen during the holiday season

Tips to help support your teen during the holiday season

Welcome to the holiday season! A time that is “supposed to be” cheerful and joyful but can also bring on feelings of anxiety, depression and stress for everyone, including our teens. We are living in very challenging times as we are still navigating COVID-19. For some, gatherings with loved ones may still not be possible […]

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