Category: For New Yorkers

For New Yorkers

Hobbies In NYC To Help You Feel More Alive

If you live in NYC and feel depressed, you are not alone. Even though the city is stuffed to the brim with people, it can feel like one of the loneliest placest on the planet. And while there is always something fun going on, it’s common for people who live

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For New Yorkers

Finding A Therapist in NYC: What Is The Best Approach?

If you are looking to start therapy in NYC, one of the biggest hurdles to get over is sorting through the hundreds (if not thousands) of options that exist in Manhattan (not mention Queens, Brooklyn, and Staten Island). And full disclosure – I know how hard it can be to

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For New Yorkers

No Health Insurance? Here are 10 Ways To Get Therapy

If you’re ready to start taking care of your mental health, but don’t know how to afford therapy without insurance, I feel you. I’ve been there. But you’re in luck! Because below is a list of creative avenues you can take to get the mental health treatment you’ve been searching

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For New Yorkers

How To Gain The Mental Health Benefits Of Reading Books

If you’re someone who enjoys reading, but just can’t get yourself to read these days, this post is going to help you fall in love with reading again. And also gain the many mental health benefits of reading. I too, have always loved reading books. But there is no doubt

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Coping With Anxiety

6 Tips On How To Be Social After The Pandemic

We are coming up on a year of social isolation. The general assumption is that as more of us get vaccinated, life will become one big celebration. Everyone will be partying and happy and all will be swell again! For some of us, that may be the case, and if

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For New Yorkers

Do I Need a Therapist? Here are 7 Signs

Most people believe that therapy is reserved only for individuals who are experiencing extreme dysfunction. But what about those people who are able to function “normally,” but still have that feeling that something is not quite right? Below is a list of signs that you may benefit from talking to

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