Navigating the Complex Landscape of Grief: When Dreams Collide with Reality Grief is a powerful and profound emotion that we often associate with the loss of a loved one or a cherished part of our lives. However, grief can take many forms and affect us
“Really, does that work?”
I am often asked about electronic therapy. It only seems appropriate that my first blog address electronic therapy, (e – therapy). Here you are totally ready to address some mental health stuff and make those positive changes. You want a competent therapist that will understand you, empower you and not break the bank. This process should be easy, right, unfortunately, that isn’t usually the case. It turns out scheduling with a therapists comes with some challenges; they are commonly scheduling months out at inconvenient times or come with high price tags. Cue E-Therapy! AMR Therapy removes those barriers by providing effective, affordable and accessible face to face er… screen to screen therapy. I ensure that I adhere to the same standard of care as therapists in an in office setting. And yes, it really works. Studies show that clients are overall highly satisfied with on-line therapy. “Outcomes and interventions are comparable to conventional treatment among diverse patient populations, ages and diagnostic groups, and on a wide range of measures.”1. What does this mean? You have access to evidence based treatment with a therapist whom is licensed and HIPAA Compliant standards. If you are struggling with mental health concerns, you don’t need to struggle any longer. Let AMR Therapy assist you on the journey to wellness. Sliding scale provided to qualified clients.
Embracing the Menstrual Cycle: Prioritizing Mental Health and Self-Care for Menstruating People Throughout history, menstruation has been surrounded by cultural stigmas, myths, and taboos in many societies. These beliefs have contributed to negative perceptions and misconceptions about menstruating people, impacting their self-esteem, body image, and
The limits of therapy-speak In the therapy room, licensed marriage and family therapist Moe Ari Brown has recently been in the business of definitions. A client might say “I have the worst relationship with my mother. She’s a total narcissist,” to which Brown would invite the client
The Power of Therapists with Lived Experience of Multiple Intersections In the realm of therapy, there is profound strength in seeking support from a provider who not only recognizes the importance of diversity but has also experienced the intricate tapestry of intersecting identities
The Power of Inclusivity: Honoring Queer Individuals in Therapy In the vibrant tapestry of humanity, we find a myriad of experiences, and the journey of queer individuals is one that deserves our utmost attention and care. To truly provide effective therapy, we must first seek
Breaking Free from Purity Culture: Unraveling the Impact on Isaac, a Neurodivergent Gay Male Purity culture not only affects individuals within the realm of heterosexual relationships but also imposes a profound impact on individuals with diverse sexual orientations and neurodivergent experiences. In this