For this weeks #WellnessWednesday, FLEX Psychotherapist Jessica discusses when and why someone may seek professional support for a problem they are trying to resolve or change they are trying to make. She highlights how the positive psychology movement transitions the therapy suite from an environment aimed to resolve problems to a domain where we can plant the seats of growth and wellness. It's a brief and accessible read and available by clicking here.
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