Let’s Talk about Anxiety with Sam Becker and Shannon Mick, NCC, LPC: Shannon’s personal story, counseling sessions, anxiety and management

Before we dive into a seriously good conversation on anxiety, here's some background information about Sam and Shannon. Sam Becker Sam Becker, born and raised in Los Angeles, California, is a Mindset Business Coach and creator of Entrepreneur With... After suffering through mindset issues of his own for 10+ years, he finally decided to make ultimate … Continue reading Let’s Talk about Anxiety with Sam Becker and Shannon Mick, NCC, LPC: Shannon’s personal story, counseling sessions, anxiety and management

Types of Mental Disorders by Bipolar Bandit (Michelle Clark)

Article written by Bipolar Bandit, Michelle Clark. She is a mental health advocate and blogger who aims to educate, inspire, encourage and advocate. She has been blogging for 10 years. Michelle has lived with bipolar disorder for 35 years. We met through Instagram and got to chatting about our blogs, I received permission to share … Continue reading Types of Mental Disorders by Bipolar Bandit (Michelle Clark)

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

How much do you know about the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline? Have you ever thought about contacting them or browsing their resources? Here is some of the key information that you will find on their website. I encourage you to visit their site if you need support for yourself or for someone else. Phone view … Continue reading National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

How Do People with Bipolar Disorder Deal with Things They’ve Done While in a Manic Episode? By Bipolar Bandit (Michelle Clark)

Article written by Bipolar Bandit, Michelle Clark. She is a mental health advocate and blogger who aims to educate, inspire, encourage and advocate. She has been blogging for 10 years. Michelle has lived with bipolar disorder for 35 years. We met through Instagram and got to chatting about our blogs, I received permission to share … Continue reading How Do People with Bipolar Disorder Deal with Things They’ve Done While in a Manic Episode? By Bipolar Bandit (Michelle Clark)

Therapist Workshop: the emotional aspect of obesity with Roni Maislish, M.A.

Roni Maislish, M.A. (Psychotherapist and social worker) I met Roni Maislish through LinkedIn (he is in Israel), as we both work in mental health and specifically with eating and emotions. We both recognize the emotional aspects of obesity and that it can be an emotional-mental-issue. Roni says, "Most of the time, when people talk about … Continue reading Therapist Workshop: the emotional aspect of obesity with Roni Maislish, M.A.

The Value of Seeing a Therapist: what does your therapist do when they’re not in session?

More about therapy 4 FAQ ABOUT SHANNON’S COUNSELING SERVICES WHAT HAPPENS IF I DON’T KNOW WHAT TO TALK ABOUT IN THERAPY? MENTAL HEALTH THERAPY: WHAT PEOPLE THINK IT IS VS. WHAT IT ACTUALLY IS ARE YOU FEELING ANXIOUS ABOUT GOING TO COUNSELING? ONLINE COUNSELING CAN HELP HOW TO GET THE MOST OUT OF COUNSELING DO … Continue reading The Value of Seeing a Therapist: what does your therapist do when they’re not in session?

About the DSM-5 and My Thoughts on Diagnosing

As a professional counselor, diagnosing is necessary and guides how we help people. The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition (DSM-5) is the universal guide on mental illnesses, housing all of the criteria and statistical relevance. The manual is updated every few years, as the mental health field changes and research backs … Continue reading About the DSM-5 and My Thoughts on Diagnosing