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Along with all the physical changes of pregnancy and childbirth come a host of emotional changes, from euphoria to sadness. That sadness also has a spectrum, from a mild and temporary condition to a more serious mental health concern. The...
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New Therapist Group Member at the Maria Droste Counseling Center, Matt Abbot, shares with us some tips and tricks on how to deal with anxiety around COVID-19. Are you feeling anxious? Consider seeking out counseling services by calling Maria Droste...
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Maria Droste Counseling Center is open and accepting new clients via telehealth. To find a therapist, call our Intake office: 303-867-4600 or email Intake@MariaDroste.org. As of Monday, March 16, 2020 MDCC’s physical offices are open by appointment only. Please contact...
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Whether planned or unplanned, through birth or adoption, the anticipation and ultimate arrival of a baby generates a wide range of emotions. Regardless of how much you’ve prepared, how many magazine articles you’ve read, how many nieces and nephews you’ve...
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Mindfulness gets talked about a lot these days, but it is more than a passing fad. As an ancient practice with science to support its numerous benefits, mindfulness as a practice is a powerful tool for navigating the many challenges...
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The holidays can be a wonderful time full of fun and magic. Lights and candy canes. Parties and presents. Family and friends. Sometimes, or for some people, however, this time of year brings unpleasant or difficult feelings. Stress, anxiety, fear,...
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Autumn. Kids are back in school and family routines have gotten back to normal after summer break. However, for many parents with children who’ve gone away to college or have left home to pursue other opportunities, that may mean finding...
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Issues with attachment are often associated with children, particularly children who have lost a significant caretaker or children in adoption situations who didn’t receive proper loving care as babies and, as a result, exhibit negative behaviors or emotional difficulties throughout...
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