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Top 6 Questions Fielded in Couples Therapy – By a Couples Therapist

Top 6 Questions Fielded in Couples Therapy – By a Couples Therapist

1. Do you enjoy couples work? Why do you work with couples? I love getting this question from couples! While I enjoy working with a variety of people, I enjoy working with couples and look forward to it. Couples work is rewarding and challenging. I like learning people’s background and connecting how their background influences current behaviors within their relationship. I like developing trust with couples and witnessing couples find connection, love and friendship again.

The Benefits of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

The Benefits of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive = thinking, and behavior = actions, so Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a therapy in which your counselor can make connections from your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. You may or may not have heard of the CBT triangle. The CBT triangle is a good visual representation of how our thoughts can influence our feelings which can influence our behaviors.

Going to Counseling for the First Time

Going to Counseling for the First Time

Deciding to go address your mental health and various stressors with a complete stranger takes a lot of strength and working through discomfort. Whenever I have a new assessment with a client, I always start with the question “Have you ever been to counseling before? If so, what did you like, what did you not like?” This is such an important question, because I want to know where my client’s perspective is on counseling.

The Importance of Journaling

The Importance of Journaling

our blogsCurrent Post The Importance of JournalingAlexis Vogler, LPCCounselor, Insight Clinical Counseling and Wellness, LLC I love journaling so much. Journaling can be one thing that can truly be customized to you and what you are going through/wanting to work on...

Celebrate You This Valentine’s Day

Celebrate You This Valentine’s Day

Celebrate your most important relationship! The one you have with yourself. The relationship that you have with yourself will be the longest and most important relationship you will ever be in. This Valentine’s Day do not forget to show the most important person in your life how much you love them. YOURSELF!

Reconnect This Year

Reconnect This Year

Reconnecting strengthens our relationship. Valentine’s Day is often envisioned with ideas from movies, books, and unrealistic social media reels. Valentine’s Day should not be when there is a lot of pressure to make things fantastic and perfect

From Intern to Licensed Counselor: Reflections on the Journey

From Intern to Licensed Counselor: Reflections on the Journey

New experiences often come with difficulty and challenge. However, that doesn’t mean they are bad! I reminded myself of this fact often throughout my journey of becoming a counselor. From the beginning of my master’s program to starting my internship, and all the way through to graduation and licensure, it was challenging; I was pushed to grow and learn in many new ways.

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year!

our blogsCurrent Post Happy New Year!Victoria Brown, LPCCounselor, Insight Clinical Counseling and Wellness, LLC Happy New Year! It’s that time of the year people think New year, new me. How many times have you said that? You reflect on the past year before you ring...

Smoking Cessation

Smoking Cessation

There is one goal many of us make every January 1st: stop smoking or vaping. Whether you started smoking/vaping due to peer pressure, stress, or other reason, it’s never too late to cut down and stop.