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Get The Most Out Of Therapy, 10 tips

By Maria Fokine, March 23, 2012

Seeing a therapist may feel daunting, strangely informal, or awkward and stressful for a patient. Here are 10 tips to get the most out of your time with your therapist.

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Preparing for your First Session with Therapy Now

By Dennis Simms, March 18, 2012

Therapy Now's phone counseling is geared to make your therapy sessions more convenient for you by allowing you to schedule your appointment around your daily activities. Your first consultation is a big step. Here are five steps you can take to help you get the most out of your first session.

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Improve your relationship with phone counseling

By Elena Kosler , November 07, 2011

As we all know, relationships can be difficult. Financial issues. Sexual difficulties. Parenting decisions. Conflicts over responsibilities and chores. The list of challenges can feel never-ending.

Usually, these issues are just normal bumps in the road of life, which couples can handle on their own. But sometimes couples face deeper challenges and would like to talk with someone about their relationship in order to resolve difficulties. But who? Few people want to disclose intimate details about their married life to their friends or family.

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Study reveals phone counseling to be highly effective

By Svetlana Kochanova, October 21, 2011

Wonder if phone counseling is effective? An important study shows that it is, especially for depression. Researchers at Northwestern University reviewed a dozen studies of phone therapy and concluded that the average attrition rate in telephone therapy was only 7.6%. On the other hand, face-to-face therapy has an attrition rate of almost 50%!

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Recent Research by Therapy Now Therapist

By Zannah Pastuk, October 20, 2011

One of the things that really sets the therapists of Therapy Now apart is their passion for psychology as a science. Being a therapist can be interesting, invigorating, and satisfying in many different ways. As with other jobs, being a therapist, at times, can be difficult. Regardless, it is the science and application of the science that inspired the study of psychology within us in the first place. That is why some of us choose to participate in psychological research as well as clinical practice -- as a therapist. That is why some of the therapists I know also enjoy doing psychological research, pedagogy, as well as clinical therapy. Read more