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Thinking Traps Counselors Help You Break Free Of

Thinking Traps Counselors Help You Break Free Of

Have you ever noticed a pattern or cycle of the way you think? As a counselor, I see thinking traps my clients get stuck in all the time. My job is to teach them how to break negative thinking habits so they can overcome barriers. Specifically, I am ref...

Individual Counseling Services Orlando

Individual Counseling Services Orlando

Having convenient access to therapy and counseling is a top consideration when looking for help with personal problems. Individual counseling services Orlando are not all created equal. Whether you are trying to find a therapist for help with relationship issues ...

How to Deal with Your Spouse’s Terminal Illness

How to Deal with Your Spouse’s Terminal Illness

Most couples have dreams of the things that they want to accomplish after retirement. While some couples get to live out their dreams, many couples spend the last months or years dealing with a terminal illness. As the spouse watch their dreams fade, and their ba...

Dealing with Empty-nest Syndrome

Dealing with Empty-nest Syndrome

If you have just had your last child leave home, then you may be in for a complete overall of your own life. The days of hauling them from one activity to the next and helping them earn top grades may be over. You can definitely take pride that you raised an indi...

Relationship Therapy Orlando

Three ways it can help

Relationship Therapy Orlando

Relationship Therapy Orlando might be your last “all-in” attempt to save your marriage or relationship. My advice is that you make sure you take this seriously. If your marriage is at risk of divorce or your relationship has had more downs than up’s and you aren’t ready to throw in the towel, then this next step shouldn’t be taken lightly. Finding...

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Counseling in Orlando

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Dear Diary, If you have ever been In anxiety counseling or have known someone who attended, we are sure a therapist has at some point recommended the utilization of a journal for cognitive behavioral therapy, or for recognizing and keeping track of their symptoms. A journal is a tool with a wide-range of advantages. This is a tool us counselors in Orlando like usin...

4 Acts of Being Grateful

How to Practice Gratitude

4 Acts of Being Grateful

In a world full of madness, pain and suffering surrounding us, it can be very hard to view life and living in a positive manner. Whether the pain is our own, those we care about, or the understanding of pain that isn't our own but impacts people both different and similar to us. The question always arises, "what's the point?", "what can I do to make a di...

Causes of Anger

Causes of Anger

Many people have trouble handling their anger. When it is not dealt with efficiently, it can damage work and home relationships. Being angry most of the time also can damage your physical health. If you are not able to control your anger, then you may end up hurt...

Preventing Caregiver Burnout

Preventing Caregiver Burnout

Approximately 34.2 million Americans have provided unpaid care for a person who is 50 or older in the last year. While almost half of those people care for someone with Alzheimer’s, there are many different reasons that a person may find themselves in a car...

The Most Common Drug

The Most Common Drug

Do You Use It Daily? No, not cocaine, not marijuana, we are talking about caffeine. This is the most used, and perhaps abused drug in America. While there are seemingly noticeable positive effects from the use of caffeine there are drawbacks too. Like any other drug, you can become addicted to caffeine. Even the DSM-V, used to diagnose mental disorders, r...


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Heather Oller

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.