1. Signs You May Have Anxiety

    Anxiety is a common mental disorder that affects approximately 18.1% of the population every year, according to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America. Unfortunately, only 37% of those who struggle with anxiety receive treatment. Of the remaining 63%, some people may not have the means to seek the treatment they need, and others may not even realize that what they are feeling is an anxi…Read More

  2. The Benefits of Teletherapy

    Teletherapy is a unique service that allows therapists and counselors to provide counseling services via a HIPPA-compliant video conference. This type of therapy is very similar to in-person therapy, but instead of sitting in the same room as your counselor, you’re interacting with them through a screen. This is extremely beneficial for situations such as the isolating requirements of COVID-19, …Read More

  3. Signs It’s Time to Seek Counseling

    It’s important to give your mental health the proper care it needs, whether that means exercising regularly to help cope with stress or making sure you’re getting enough sleep at night. That being said, there are certain situations where your mental health can become too difficult to manage on your own, and it may be beneficial to seek out counseling. In today's post, we will discuss a few sig…Read More

  4. How to Talk to Your Loved Ones About Your Mental Health

    Talking to others about mental health isn’t always the easiest conversation to start. In an ideal world, everyone would be well educated on mental wellness. However, if you disclose to your friends and family that you are struggling with your mental health, they may not understand, or they may want to help but aren’t quite sure how. In today’s post, we will provide you with a few tips on how…Read More

  5. The Benefits of Group Therapy

    When most people picture therapy, they are most likely picturing individual counseling. However, there are many different types of therapy, and you may find that some are more beneficial to your healing process than others. In today’s post, we will discuss some of the benefits of group therapy to help you determine if it’s right for you. At Innerspace Counseling in Old Bridge, we offer a uniqu…Read More

  6. What Is Mindfulness?

    Mindfulness is a word you may have heard used if you have looked into therapy in the past or participate in activities that utilize meditation, such as yoga. You may have also just heard the word in passing, and you’re not quite sure what it means. Mindfulness is the practice of staying present in the current moment, and it can greatly improve your mental health. In today’s post, we will discu…Read More

  7. Dialectical Behavior Therapy Explained

    Those who have sought individual counseling in the past may have quickly realized that there are a variety of different therapy treatments, and it’s important to find the type that works best for you. For example, one of the most common types of therapy is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, but some of the other most popular types include Psychoanalytic Therapy, Client-Centered Therapy, Existential T…Read More

  8. Signs It’s Time to Seek Therapy

    As sad as it is, many people don’t care for their mental health the way that they should. Eating healthy foods and exercising is a great way to care for your physical health, but what you may not realize is that caring for your mental health is just as important. If you fail to care for your mental health, then you may find yourself in an emotional spiral. In today’s post, we will discuss a fe…Read More

  9. How to Talk to Your Child About Therapy: Part Two

    Therapy is beneficial for just about everyone. Many people believe that only those who have serious problems or mental health concerns need to attend therapy, but that’s not the case. If you are going through big changes in your life, you’re feeling anxious about something, or you just want someone to talk to, then therapy can be a great option, especially for children. In part two of this ser…Read More