EMDR allows the patient to reprocess such trauma within the mind in a way that other traditional forms of talk therapy may not even be able to access. It changes the way that you think about the event, and it allows you to learn what you can from the experience.Read More
People from the west coast, people from the east coast, people from other countries, people from across the street and it was amazing! It was full of change and opportunities, not all easy and enjoyable. I am resting, savoring and learning from it.Read More
“Grief is completely uncomfortable, unpredictable and unapologetic. But it doesn’t have to be lonely. If you have two hands, two ears, two hours, or two minutes, you can share that grief with your loved one. “Read More
Marriage counseling is a deal compared to whatever the cost of the alternative is, whether that is living together in an unhealthy, unhappy marriage or divorce. Compass Counseling offers traditional and online marriage counseling in Kentucky.Read More
One of the questions that we receive is what do all of the letter mean behind my therapist or counselors name and why are they important?
It can be confusing. One of the most important reasons why it is important to know about the letters behind your therapists name is because it can be a resource for you. The letters are not going to guarantee that the therapist is the right fit for you. However, understanding the letters can be helpful when you are making a decision about working with a therapist.Read More
“Therapeutic Techniques” are skills used by therapists to work with a client to meet their agreed upon goals. These “techniques” vary from therapist to therapist based upon their area of expertise and training. Your therapist is trained to know how to use many techniques and may use some or a variety of these in your counseling appointment. These techniques listed are common in therapy, here is some basic information so you can understand more about them.
Psychoeducation is a term used when a therapist or other mental health professional provides you with information about anything “psychological.” This can include things like the changes that occur during childhood development, features of a panic attack or what to expect at different points of recovery from addiction. Psychoeducation is meant to give additional information to you so you may have a better understanding of what you or a loved one is experiencing. It can also help you know what to expect in the future and what may be helpful in getting relief and setting goals for yourself.Read More