3 Common Eating Disorders

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3 Common Eating Disorders

Do you suspect that you might have an eating disorder? If so, you’re not alone. According to statistics published by the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders (ANAD), approximately 9% of the U.S. population (28.8 million people) will experience an eating disorder at some point during their lives. Below, we discuss three of the most common eating disorders....[ read more ]

Understanding Bipolar Disorder: Causes & Symptoms

Bipolar disorder (previously referred to as “manic depression”) is a mental health condition characterized by extreme mood swings. Someone’s mood can shift from extreme highs (mania or hypomania) to extreme lows (depression). The frequency of these shifts varies from one person to another. What Causes Bipolar Disorder? Researchers are still trying to determine exactly what causes bipolar disorder. With that...[ read more ]

Exploring Parenting Challenges by Age: Preschool- & School-Aged Children

Do you have a preschool- or school-aged child (3 to 9 years of age)? If so, you’re probably beginning to encounter challenges that you didn’t experience during their infant and toddler years. Below are some of the obstacles that parents commonly face with children this age, as well as tips for how to address them: Separation anxiety – It’s common...[ read more ]

Coping With Grief After Losing a Marriage, Engagement, or Dating Relationship

Have you recently gone through a divorce, a broken engagement, or a breakup? The loss of a romantic relationship can be especially difficult because we spend so much time with our significant others, so a separation can impact many aspects of our lives and leave us feeling like our world has been turned upside down. Not only do we have...[ read more ]

Coping With Grief After Losing a Friendship

People often tend to place more significance on the loss of a romantic relationship than they do on the loss of a friendship. But in many cases, losing a friendship can be more difficult than losing a significant other, especially if the friendship had lasted for many years. With romantic relationships, we usually know that there’s always the possibility of...[ read more ]

5 Ways to Stop Panic Attacks

If you’ve ever experienced a panic attack, you know firsthand the name is apropos. Within seconds you can go from feeling quite well and “ordinary” to experiencing absolute dread and fear. And often with no obvious trigger. It’s a horrible way to live. But you don’t have to live feeling like a helpless victim of these attacks. Here are some...[ read more ]

Supporting Our Heroes: The Importance of Mental Health Counseling for Veterans

Veterans are true heroes who have selflessly served their country, often enduring immense physical and psychological challenges in the process. While they may return home as proud individuals, their experiences can leave lasting impacts on their mental health. Counseling plays a crucial role in supporting veterans, providing them with guidance and assistance to navigate the unique challenges they face. In...[ read more ]

How to Regulate Your Emotions with Mindfulness

Life has been beyond challenging for most of us the last couple of years as we’ve dealt with a global pandemic and subsequent lockdowns. And just when we thought we were all out of the woods and life was back to normal, we now find ourselves facing sky high inflation, a recession, and the threat of WW III. Needless to...[ read more ]

New Office: Pembroke Pines

Caring Therapists is excited to be expanding back in Pembroke Pines.  In 2015, in its founding year, Caring Therapists began in Pembroke Pines.  Everyone knew we were on the corner of Sheridan and Douglas.  It was a two-office suite and it was perfect for a fledgling practice.  We grew out of that office in 2019 and moved over to Davie. ...[ read more ]

Sex Therapy for Intimacy Issues

When people desire to be in a relationship, they are not wanting or needing company or someone to do things with. Most people look for that perfect relationship because they want real, true intimacy in their life. But what is intimacy, really? Intimacy is NOT the same thing as sex. You can have sex without intimacy. Intimacy is TRUE and...[ read more ]



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