At the beginning of a therapy session, the therapist will typically ask you to fill out a questionnaire that asks questions about your life and the things that are bothering you. This questionnaire will help them understand what has led to your current state of mind and make recommendations based on their findings. If you don’t feel comfortable revealing all of this information in person, online counselling can be an effective way for people who want to work through issues with someone who is not physically present at their home or office.
ADHD stands for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, an intricate brain condition affecting about 11% of children and nearly 5% of adults in the United States.1 ADHD is a developmental disruption in executive function in the brain. Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder impacts a person’s behaviour, can make them overactive, and have difficulty acting on impulses and paying attention. Children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) may also struggle with poor self-esteem, difficult relationships, and low academic achievement. Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a chronic illness affecting millions of children, often continuing into adulthood.
Alzheimers is a progressive brain disorder causing loss of memory and thinking skills. Alzheimers is a brain disease that slowly destroys memory and thinking skills, and ultimately, the ability to perform even the most basic tasks.
Online therapy is a convenient alternative to in-person therapy and is similar in many ways to face-to-face therapy.
It’s important to remember that therapy is a practice. It’s not a science, it’s not a quick fix, and it’s not the same for every single person.
Finding a therapist was one of the best decisions of my life. At the time, I had been struggling with symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (although I didn’t know that’s what I was experiencing), an eating disorder