Reading Time: 2 minutes We believe that our therapists, with their wealth of knowledge and experience, are uniquely positioned to educate others, not just provide therapy. That’s why we’re developing tools to support our therapists to create their own courses. By doing so, they can share their insights with the world at large, learn from the process, and ultimately provide even better care for their clients.
Reading Time: 2 minutes I’m approaching my one-year anniversary as a driver, and it’s still the activity that triggers the most visceral anxiety in me.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Migration is a transformative journey that can reshape one’s sense of identity. How should we embrace the change?
Reading Time: 3 minutes What is climate-aware therapy? Stefanie Behrendt explains how therapists are supporting people with climate distress to transform emotions into action.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Understand the reasons behind your eating disorders and get advice on how to support best your friend or relative.
Reading Time: 2 minutes We explore neuroplasticity, a remarkable phenomenon that allows us to transform our habits into permanent behaviours.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Many people unknowingly live with stressful beliefs and suffer the consequences. Internalized capitalism leads to guilt during breaks and downtime, as well as the persistent feeling that we are inadequate.
Reading Time: 2 minutes It’s Complicated’s first annual gathering, The Changing Face of Therapy, left a lasting impression. Although we can’t quite recall why we named it that, the event certainly revealed the many interesting facets, flavors, or genres of therapy.
Reading Time: 2 minutes A couple weeks ago, to close off Mental Health Awareness Month, Johanne Schwensen one of the Co-founders and the Chief Clinical Officer of It’s Complicated gave a talk to various teams that we work with through our Employee Assitance Program. The topic was inspired by Dr. Russ Harris’ book The Happiness Trap, which presents a fresh approach to finding fulfillment in life by challenging traditional notions of happiness and offering practical strategies to overcome psychological struggles.
Reading Time: 3 minutes In recent years, there has been a growing recognition of the importance of mental health in the workplace, with more and more organizations introducing corporate mental health programs and benefits to support their employees’ well-being. While these initiatives are well-intentioned, it’s crucial to understand why some of them may not achieve the desired outcomes.