GoodTherapy

Dedicated to reducing stigma and educating the public about mental health

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GoodTherapy is a leading online therapist directory and mental health resource committed to connecting people seeking help with carefully screened mental health professionals, reducing stigma, and educating the public about mental health and the benefits of therapy. With the right support, anyone is capable of growth, change, and healing.
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Looking for Love? Addressing These Belief Patterns May Help

by GoodTherapy
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Making the Most of Leisure Time: It’s All About Intention

by GoodTherapy
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Music as Medicine: 3 Ways Your Favorite Tunes Improve Your Well-Being

by GoodTherapy
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What Is Your Therapist Really Listening For?

by GoodTherapy
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5 Essential Steps to Improve Self-Esteem

by GoodTherapy
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This Is the Secret to Lasting Love, According to a Psychologist

by GoodTherapy
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3 Phrases You Need to Start Saying If You Want Your Relationship to Last

by GoodTherapy
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Here’s How You Know If You Truly Love Someone

by GoodTherapy
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Well-Being//

10 Steps to Break a Bad Habit

by GoodTherapy
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It Is Possible to Keep Politics From Ruining Your Friendships

by GoodTherapy
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How to Tell If a Friend Is Toxic

by GoodTherapy

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