Determining how often you should attend therapy sessions is based on your own mental health needs. Learn how to discuss this with your therapist and determine what frequency of therapy is right for your journey.
What’s the difference between LSW, LPC, LCSW, and LCPC? Learn the meanings of some of the acronyms that follow therapists’ names in this article that demystifies the various mental health professional credentials.
Perfectionism breeds stress and anxiety, hindering mental health. Psychodynamic therapy delves into early experiences and nutures self-compassion. By challenging rigid thinking, it liberates, enabling acceptance of imperfections and authentic living. Seek a trained therapist for this transformative journey.
If you often feel that you’re only pretending to be competent, you might be suffering from imposter syndrome. This article discusses how therapy can help you overcome self-doubt and realize your full potential.
Are intrusive thoughts taking over your mind and causing distress? You’re not alone. Millions of people experience intrusive thoughts, unwanted and often distressing ideas or images that seemingly appear out of nowhere and disrupt daily life. But silence the noise, as there are treatment options available to help you regain control.
GREGORY S. RIZZOLO, PHD LCPC
In this article published in the Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association earlier this month, Depth Counseling Founder and Director Gregory Rizzolo discusses novel approaches to the framing of obsessive-compulsive symptoms in the therapeutic environment.
Are you tired of living in the grip of anxiety, constantly battling with your racing thoughts and overwhelming fears? If so, psychodynamic therapy may hold the key to unlocking inner depths and finding relief. This therapeutic approach delves into the unconscious mind, aiming to uncover unresolved conflicts and past traumas that are fueling your anxiety.
Apropos a recent article he co-authored with Leah Gipson titled “Against Diagnosing the Spirit: A Note on the Clinic of Spirit Possession,” and recently published in Penumbr(a), Depth Counseling clinician Richard Reinhardt discusses how, in the course of a psychoanalysis, that which once seemed horrifying might come to be welcomed as beautiful.
February 13, 2023 | 10am CST
To explore a poetics of the drive, Dr. Annie G. Rogers brings to her talk original prints of moths and lines of poetry that grew out of her daily practice of writing and drawing during the the Covid pandemic—alongside her clinical practice as an analyst—over a period of four months.