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We believe that our clients learn the skills they need to live more fulfilling lives working alongside their therapists, but continuing to learn and grow means taking that knowledge out into the real world and applying it to your day-to-day life. Whether you’re still in counseling with us and want to find some new ways to think about the work you’re doing in sessions or you just want to learn more about how therapy can help, our blog topics offer information that will benefit you through your journey to live a more joyful and satisfying life.

How to Survive the Holidays When You’re Grieving

How to Survive the Holidays When You’re Grieving

by Alana Gregg, MS The holidays can be extremely difficult when you are grieving the loss of a loved one. They bring reminders of the person you lost and the memories and traditions you had with them. You don’t have the energy to go to all the parties and buy all the...

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Got ADHD on the Mind? 4 Tips to Help.

Got ADHD on the Mind? 4 Tips to Help.

by Maddie Lukens, MA There are certainly times when we all feel off task. Sometimes there are days where it feels like nothing gets done because we are stressed, we can’t stay focused, we are tired, or we’re in pain. But for some people, they might have a daily...

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Balance Doesn’t Have to Be a Curse Word

Balance Doesn’t Have to Be a Curse Word

by Alana Gregg, MS Balance is such an annoying word, isn’t it? I have a physical reaction when I hear it. It’s this illusive concept that seems impossible to achieve. Whether it’s the work/home life balance, or the emotional/physical health balance, or taking care of...

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4 Ways to Improve Your Anxiety

4 Ways to Improve Your Anxiety

by Alana Gregg, MS Anxiety is something we all struggle with. As human beings, it is normal to feel fear and anxiety. Our anxiety tells us we need to be assured that everything will be fine or that we or our loved ones will never get sick. We need a cure or a vaccine...

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How to Say No & Know Yourself Better

How to Say No & Know Yourself Better

by Katie Bailey, MA, LPC You say “yes” all the time. No matter how busy you are, you can’t turn down anyone who asks for your help, even if it hurts you or your family. Why can’t you say no? Many people believe saying no to other’s requests is selfish or uncaring....

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Is My Experience Really A Trauma?

Is My Experience Really A Trauma?

Usually when we think of trauma, we think of big events, like a sexual assault, mass shooting or plane crash. These events are of course very traumatic; however, seemingly smaller events can also cause a trauma response. Many people minimize their own experience...

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Big T and Little t trauma

Big T and Little t trauma

For the most part we can all recognize big T traumas: sexual assaults, plane crashes, public shootings, etc. The little t traumas in life are sometimes harder to recognize. These could include: Losing a job Ongoing conflict with significant other/children Divorce...

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What are Boundaries?

What are Boundaries?

What is a boundary? We all understand physical boundaries. Some of us have fences around our yards. We have locks on our doors. We know we can’t just walk into someone else’s house unannounced because it does not belong to us. We need emotional boundaries, too. Those...

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How to Deal with Anxiety

How to Deal with Anxiety

How do you feel before a big presentation at work? Probably a little nervous, most people do. Some anxiety in life is normal, even good at times. However, about 18% of American adults struggle with more severe anxiety. They feel anxious more often than not, often...

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Why Should I Go to Therapy?

Why Should I Go to Therapy?

Some think going to therapy is for "crazy" people, or "weak" people.  The truth is, people that go to therapy are brave, mature people looking to improve their lives.  Therapy is hard work, and all truly good things come from hard work. Do you have negative thoughts...

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Get Started With Therapy Today!

Please contact Lime Tree Counseling to schedule an appointment or a free consultation. We will get back to you as soon as possible and get you scheduled. In our Ambler, PA office, we serve all of Montgomery County, and our therapists are happy to offer online counseling sessions for residents of Pennsylvania, North Carolina and Colorado.