Simple Steps to Avoid the Anxiety and Stress of “Super-Momming”

With modern technology more accessible than ever, it’s easy to compare yourself to others and be left feeling “less than.” Moms across the globe have united on a social media front, creating public groups, blogs, and clubs geared towards motherhood. The vulnerability of new mothers causes them to consider the information provided by these groups as sacred. The “evidence” provided on the internet doesn’t even have to exist, but moms everywhere often […]
SmartCounseling2020-01-14T06:59:35+00:00December 19th, 2019|Anxiety, Family & Children, Social Media, Stress|

Online Therapy Can Help You

If you wonder whether therapy can help you to have a more satisfying life but you are daunted by the logistics of face-to-face therapy, the good news is that online therapy is convenient, affordable, and effective. For many life challenges, you can get help from the comfort and privacy of your own home, car, or work setting.

Here are some things to consider about online therapy:


Health experts recognize the effectiveness of online counseling […]

SmartCounseling2020-01-14T07:00:16+00:00December 12th, 2019|Online Therapy & Technology, SmartCounseling|

Age 50+ workers are seeking money and meaning

A Merrill Lynch study says that nearly three out of four (72%) pre-retirees over the age of 50 say that their ideal retirement will include working. Whether because of longer life expectancy, the decline of employer pensions, financial need, or search for fulfillment, it is increasingly common for people to reject the old model of a work-free retirement. Instead, older workers are seeking meaningful work with flexible hours, part-time schedules, or self-employment.

A Gallup study of people […]

SmartCounseling2020-01-14T07:00:52+00:00December 6th, 2019|Workplace Mental Health|
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