Entries by True North Counseling

Light and Hope

Over the past few weeks, I’ve been struck by the number of holidays that take place during what in the Northern Hemisphere is the darkest time of the year and all the things they have in common. To me, it starts with Diwali, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, and Sikhs around the world. For […]

Darkness Approaching… How to Manage Seasonal Depression (SAD)

Seasonal Depression, also referred to as seasonal affective disorder or SAD, is approaching us with the start of fall!  Do you notice you are sadder in the winter months?  Do you experience more social withdrawal, irritability, or less enjoyment in winter?  If so, is this a pattern in your life?  The American Psychiatric Association explains […]

Why Should Parents Get Involved in Your Teen’s Therapy?

We have learned that true and influential change comes from numerous helping hands. Want to know how you can help in your teen’s journey through therapy? Here’s a few tips we have for parents that want to be more involved without overstepping boundaries. 1. You are with your teen WAY MORE than the therapist is. […]

New Adult Personal Relationships Group Therapy Session Starting September 13, 2022

We’re excited to announce another virtual group therapy series here at True North Counseling: Personal Relationships! This class is open to adults ages 18+. Classes are online every Tuesday, from 12-12:50 pm. They will run for 10 weeks, beginning on September 13th. Classes are $15 per week. These classes are for adults seeking guidance concerning […]

Introducing RAVE: Reduce Adolescent Vaping Education

Raising Awareness Around Vaping Vaping, or the act of inhaling a vaporized liquid from an electronic smoking device, is becoming an epidemic across the country. Teenagers are picking up BLU cigarettes, JUULs, and other vaping devices for a multitude of reasons and ending up addicted to nicotine. Whether teenagers are interested because they see their […]