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Why Divorce is Sometimes Good for Children

Why Divorce is Sometimes Good for Children

Parents and mental health professionals might believe divorce consistently has a damaging emotional impact on kids. However, when youths are exposed to regular conflict between their parents, divorce might be a better choice for couples than remaining together and continually exposing kids to ongoing conflict. According to our experts on marriage counseling in Winter Park, livin...

Identifying Toxic Relationships

Identifying Toxic Relationships

From an outsider's standpoint, we may be quick to detect the toxic nature of an abusive relationship, but for a person caught up in one, it can often be more difficult to identify because the warning signs may materialize gradually over time, and the problem behaviors are frequently neglected or justified in some way. According to our marriage therapist in Winter Park, to av...

Recovering from a Significant Loss

Recovering from a Significant Loss

We experience grief from losing something important to us; it can be a career, a friend, a relationship, a relative, or a pet. Watching somebody we love perish, human or animal, is obscenely harsh. The misery we feel is intense, but the intensity of grief may be more moving to us than any other experience in our life. Yet, on the other hand, a loss is an opportunity to participate in our ...

Understanding Your Subconcious Mind

Understanding Your Subconcious Mind

Many of us firmly plant our feet on the path of self-improvement and personal growth, while others may repeatedly wander on and off that path. Regardless, most of us generally desire more for ourselves; more profitable relationships, money, better bodies, improved health, great jobs, and a better life overall. So we aspire to improve ourselves, to be the change we want to see in...

Five Self-Pay Benefits

Five Self-Pay Benefits

One of the most widespread forms of revenue in mental health practices is self-pay. When a person pays for therapy through self-pay instead of insurance, confidentiality and treatment stay between you and your therapist. Treatment determinations, length of therapy sessions, privacy, and many other critical decisions always remain between you and your therapist. However, when using health ...

Understanding Caregiver Stress

Understanding Caregiver Stress

Caregiving for a loved one is a rewarding labor of love. You can spend more time with someone you love and learn more about them. It feels good to give back to somebody who helped you in the past and improved your existence. Caregiving is a great way to honor someone you love. However, you may have less time for yourself as your caregiving obligations increase. You may also noti...

Facts About Therapy

Facts About Therapy

Deciding to go to therapy or counseling is a major step. Fortunately, we have many providers available in all specialties, even in-home marriage therapy in Orlando. Having all these alternatives will allow you to discover a clinician that is a perfect fit. In addition, knowing what to expect from treatment can help you on your journey and support you in taking the first steps with certain...

Myths About Counseling

Myths About Counseling

You may have been searching for a therapist, counselor, or psychotherapist in Orlando, FL, for a while. As you understand, there are many clinicians in our region. While that can be amazing, knowing who to pick can be confusing. You may have questioned a few therapists and know who seems like a good fit. Nevertheless, you may still have inquiries about therapy and counseling. That is comp...

How to Locate a Therapist

How to Locate a Therapist

Finding the right therapist or counselor can be challenging, but it doesn't need to be. When you are interested in counseling, you will have many providers to choose from as you look for the right fit. However, with so many alternatives available, it can be overwhelming. So, if you are looking for a counselor, therapist, or psychologist, we'd like to help you find somebody who can...

Questions to Ask Potential Therapists

Questions to Ask Potential Therapists

By now, you may understand how many years a therapist, counselor, or psychologist has been in practice and how much instruction they have impacts their potential to help you. You also may have read about what approaches they will use if you visit them. However, the listings and other details may not give you much of a sense of how the provider works. During your phone consultati...


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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.