Perspective for Parents with College-Bound Teens

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Parents Teens College

Perspective for Parents with College-Bound Teens By Aisha Abbasi M.D. The college application process is often a time marked by high anxiety for teenagers and their parents, rather than being a time of anticipation and pleasures about a new phase of life.  As your teenagers prepare to apply to college, here are five tips to create perspective: Fair Decision-Making: Contrary to most of … Read More

Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

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Tampa Suicide Prevention

Suicide Prevention Awareness Month September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, which is an important time to promote resources and support for preventing suicides worldwide.  One conversation can change a life, and there is help for you and your loved ones. The helpful process of working through old conflicts, traumas, and feelings can open up the way for greater happiness in … Read More

Saying Goodbye: The Ending Phase of Therapy

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Ending Therapy Psychology

Saying Goodbye: The Ending Phase of Therapy By Aisha Abbasi M.D. In therapy, the work in each phase is different and significant.  The beginning, middle, and ending phases all have great importance. The greatest part of the work is done in the middle phase. Here, the effect of the patient’s past on their current functioning and relationships is worked through, over and over … Read More