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Sade Massiah

Get to Know Sade Massiah

As part of Minority Mental Health Awareness Month, we would like to take a moment and introduce you to Sade. You may have seen her in the office, read about her on our newsletters or social

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Minh Bui

Get to Know Minh Bui

As part of July Minority Mental Health Awareness Month, we would like to take a moment and give you the opportunity to get to know Minh.  You may have seen Minh in the office, read about

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Trent Morrow

Get to Know Trent Morrow

We would like to introduce you to the owner of L & B Counseling, Trent Morrow.  You might have seen him in the office, on our webpage, or as of recently on our social media pages.

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Mental Health Awareness Month

Mental Health Awareness Month

With May being Mental Health Awareness Month, I feel it is only fitting to discuss the significance of mental health during such a stressful time like the one we’ve had over the last couple of months.

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Doctors

Why go see a doctor?

Have you ever found yourself saying, “I’m healthy, why go see a doctor? I don’t need to go to the doctor. I can get through this myself.  If I’m really sick, then I will make an

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5 Love Languages

Love Language

In honor of Love Month, let’s talk about love languages. As a therapist, I am frequently discussing stress associated to relational issues, whether it is romantic or familial. I have found that having this information –

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2020 New Year

New Year, New Me

It is a new year, so that means it is going to be a new me.  I remember saying this each year to myself.  A new me meant setting up New Year’s resolutions.  However, looking back,

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Grief over the holidays

Grief Over The Holidays

Two years ago, right before the holidays, my grandpa passed away. His passing was sudden and unexpected. Although, I was never close to my grandpa, I learned that somehow, his death affected me more than I

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