Compulsive lying (also called pathological lying or habitual lying) is best described as a habit of lying. To qualify as a compulsive liar, the individual must regularly lie for no personal gain. The lies are quite often...Read More
Author: Derek Wood, RN, BC, MS
First of all let’s make this clear: “Nervous Breakdown” is a popular term, it is not a clinical term and is not used by mental health professionals. Nervous Breakdown (or Mental Breakdown) is a term used for a...Read More
Adolescents are social creatures, in the midst of learning their social skills, and are often more trusting of others their own age than of adults. This makes the group therapy for teens an ideal choice when counseling becomes...Read More
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