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Handling the Unexpected

2020-08-23T17:44:22-06:00

Handling the Unexpected Author: Alexa Ashworth - MFT, Intern   Life happens no matter how much we plan ahead… Do you ever feel personally defeated or frazzled due to plans not unfolding as they should?  Have you been promised something and last minute had it fall through? or had something spectacular planned for someone else [...]

Handling the Unexpected2020-08-23T17:44:22-06:00

Is my relationship in trouble?…10 signs that you might be headed for a breakup?

2020-03-24T16:06:16-06:00

Is my relationship in trouble?...10 signs that you might be headed for a breakup? Author:  Jaime Granger - MFT, Intern   At some point in their lives, most people will experience a breakup. It’s no secret that intimate relationships often go through ups and downs. Annoyances and disagreements from time to time can be common. [...]

Is my relationship in trouble?…10 signs that you might be headed for a breakup?2020-03-24T16:06:16-06:00

Stress and Relationships

2020-03-24T19:09:28-06:00

Stress and Relationships Author:  Taylor Roach - MA, Intern   Coping with Stress and Why it is Important to Experience Stress in Relationship Coping with stress, especially when stress is experienced by each person in a partnership, can seem overwhelming!  Here are some things to know and tips to combat the negativity and brokenness that is [...]

Stress and Relationships2020-03-24T19:09:28-06:00

Affordable Counseling Program

2020-03-24T19:04:03-06:00

Affordable Counseling Program Author:  Stephanie Camins - MA, LPC   Road to Growth Counseling is happy to announce our new affordable counseling program.  As the clinic director, I am always searching for ways to help more people find their path to mental health and wellness.  I began this practice as a sole practitioner in [...]

Affordable Counseling Program2020-03-24T19:04:03-06:00

How much alcohol is too much? When should this be addressed in the therapy room? When should you speak up?

2020-03-24T19:03:08-06:00

How much alcohol is too much? When should this be addressed in the therapy room? When should you speak up? Author:  Jenna DeRosa   Have you noticed yourself drinking more than usual? Needing a glass or two of wine after work? Did one glass of wine turn into needing the whole bottle? Finding yourself [...]

How much alcohol is too much? When should this be addressed in the therapy room? When should you speak up?2020-03-24T19:03:08-06:00

ZONES

2020-03-24T19:02:21-06:00

ZONES Author:  Stephanie Camins - MA, LPC   ZONES offered by Road to Growth Counseling Call 303-380-5526 to Register for the next session Based on The ZONES of Regulation®: A Curriculum Designed to Foster Self-Regulation and Emotional Control Written and Created by                   Leah M. Kuypers, MA Ed. [...]

ZONES2020-03-24T19:02:21-06:00

Clinical Supervision

2020-03-24T19:01:30-06:00

Clinical Supervision Author:  Stephanie Camins - MA, LPC   Experience As a licensed professional counselor with 20 years-experience in mental health, not only as a clinician but as an owner of a successful private practice, I have had the opportunity to work with hundreds of clients, in multiple setting, ages 4 and up with a [...]

Clinical Supervision2020-03-24T19:01:30-06:00

What is the Difference Between a Licensed Professional Counselor, an Intern Therapist, and a Registered Therapist?

2020-03-24T19:00:41-06:00

What is the Difference Between a Licensed Professional Counselor, an Intern Therapist, and a Registered Therapist? Author:  Stephanie Camins - MA, LPC   Licensed Professional Counselor (MA, LPC) must hold a Master's degree in their profession and have two years and 2,000 hours Post-Master’s supervision by a licensed professional in direct client/patient care. Licensed Professional [...]

What is the Difference Between a Licensed Professional Counselor, an Intern Therapist, and a Registered Therapist?2020-03-24T19:00:41-06:00

What is CBT?

2020-03-24T18:59:56-06:00

What is CBT? Author:  Stephanie Camins - MA, LPC   Cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) emphasizes the interaction between thoughts, behaviors and feelings.  Given any event, you can choose to think in positive or negative ways.    A negative, destructive thought about the event will lead to a response which is reactionary, impulsive, and maladaptive.  As [...]

What is CBT?2020-03-24T18:59:56-06:00

How to Build a Support System

2020-09-06T13:34:21-06:00

How to Build A Support System Author:  Stephanie Camins - MA, LPC   Isolation is a major cause of depression in adults. As we move into adult responsibilities: work, parenting,  marriages, we tend to let our relationships fade into the background. You may not be exposed to groups of people in your daily life like [...]

How to Build a Support System2020-09-06T13:34:21-06:00