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Symptoms of Anxiety and Depression in Social Isolation

Symptoms of Anxiety and Depression in Social Isolation

In response to the Coronavirus pandemic, most of us have chosen to, or have been required to bequarantined. Quarantine is vital to ensure the safety of ourselves and our broader communities, but unfortunately it brings with it an inherent socialisolation. Lack of social contact is known to degrade mental health, increasing symptoms of anxiety and depression. In fact, social wi...

Turn Panic Into Power

Turn Panic Into Power

We know that times are tough, and there’s a lot of uncertainty surrounding us and our communities. There has been a strong emphasis on social distancing, quarantine and stay-at-home orders all through out the United States, including orders from our Governor here in Florida.   It has triggered both anxiety and depression symptoms in a lot of people, and ou...

Top 10 At-Home Survival Tips

Top 10 At-Home Survival Tips

In times of uncertainty like today, it is important to pay attention to your mental health. One of the most common triggers for anxiety and depression is the aspect of control, or lack there of. Due to the Coronavirus, many of us are lacking control. You’re not alone in the sea of emotions, lack of mental clarity, and unforeseen next steps. We see people...

Nature Therapy for Depression

Nature Therapy for Depression

Getting outside, in the warming sun and under the bright blue sky, is so healing. There is a peaceful effect that the natural world has on us, which you’ve likely experienced. The expansive green trees, the flowing water, the open sky, and the rich dirt… just the mental images of these alone may provide a sense of calm, and perhaps a feeling of belonging in the wo...

Self-Care Routines That Relieve Stress

Self-Care Routines That Relieve Stress

In a society full of criticism, judgment and unrealistic standards for both men and women - we must remember to check in with what we want for ourselves. We must nurture our minds, our self-respect, our self-esteem, and our self-love. Often when people discuss these concepts, it is paired with “I don’t know where to start”. A good starting place is ...

Journaling For Anxiety Relief

Journaling For Anxiety Relief

If you’ve ever gone to therapy before or know someone who has gone, there’s a good chance that they owned a journal. This is probably one of the most stereotypical moves while you’re in therapy, and while it can be tedious and very vulnerable, I’m here to share the advantages to utilizing one now while we’re dealing with quarantine and COVID-19, b...

Enhance Your Life Through Mindfulness

Enhance Your Life Through Mindfulness

Mindfulness practice has been gaining traction within the past decade, as we have begun to understand more and more about the ways in which it works. Neuroscience and individual experience itself have both given way to a deeper awareness around the benefits of mindfulness in daily life. Mindfulness ...

How To Handle Anxiety During A Pandemic

How To Handle Anxiety During A Pandemic

How do you deal with anxiety from the unknown? There are so many things that can race through your mind when you are faced with anxiety from change, anxiety from job-loss, or anxiety from finances. During times of world or economic crisis or change, it is normal to feel anxious. Anytime something shifts you out of your normal routine, this can create feelings of anxiety, stres...

How to Recognize a Toxic Relationship

How to Recognize a Toxic Relationship

No two relationships are the same, and no relationship is perfect. Many people find comfort, solace, and love with their partner.  However, this may not always be the case.   Issues arise whenever you and your partner start to engage in negative behaviors consistently.  This can cause a toxic relationship, which is a potentially dangerous situation.  R...

Three Ways to Cope with Grief

Three Ways to Cope with Grief

Are you struggling with the death of a loved one?  Did you recently suffer a loss in your life?  The grieving process is one of the most difficult and challenging aspects of losing someone, and it is almost always something you can't prepare for.  Whenever you are grieving, you may want to reach out for guidance from individual therapy in Orlando.  Our ...


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Heather Oller is the owner and founder of Orlando Thrive Therapy, Coaching, and Counseling. She is a licensed counselor and a family mediator who has over 23 years of dedicated work as a professional in the mental health field. Through her company's mission, she continues to pave the way for future therapists, and their clients, who want a higher quality of life....and who want to thrive, rather than just survive. You can contact Orlando Thrive Therapy at (407) 592-8997 for more information.