Guest Posts


How Changing The Way You Sleep Helps To Deal With Counselor Burnout

Do you feel ineffective at work or emotionally exhausted? If so, you may be experiencing symptoms of Burnout. Learn how to combat Burnout by reading our guide on how to significantly impove your sleep and mental health.  

How College Counselors Can Help Overwhelmed Students With Academic Stress

College counselors play an integral role in helping college students manage their stress by identifying the academic stress points in the students' lives and channeling it into something that can bring them success. 

Do Healthy Relationships Need Couples Counselling Too?

The decision for a couple to enter a relationship, or couples’ therapy is, of course, a deeply subjective one, as there is arguably no way of truly “knowing” when you may need to seek counselling support.

How Sleep Helps Your Emotional Regulation

Sleeping is an essential activity for well-being - physically, mentally, and emotionally. Learn more on the effects of sleep on our emotional regulations in the guest post by The Sleep Help Institute.

How Counselors are Learning to Address Racial Trauma

We're living in a time of social and racial unrest. The current social climate means that counselors find themselves playing an essential role in helping the victims of racial trauma and race-based stress.

How to Choose Your Theoretical Orientation

In psychotherapy, choosing a theoretical orientation is a paradoxical event. It compresses your conceptualization but expands the effectiveness of your interventions. It builds walls between other orientations but it brings you closer to a community of like-minded people. Ultimately, it narrows your scope but what is left is highly focused. Given the high costs and high rewards, it is not a task that should be taken lightly.