Holloway Therapy Solutions, owned and operated by Felicia J. Holloway, PhD, LPC-S, LMFT-S, provides telehealth counseling, telehealth supervision & training services.
PROVIDING TELEHEALTH THERAPY & SUPERVISION ONLY: As a therapist, my role is to help you gain insight into patterns in your life that leave you feeling stuck. I will support you in becoming more capable of overcoming the issues that diminish your satisfaction with life. My goal is to provide an exploration of new ways to approach your experiences. With new insight and tools, I hope to help empower
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The Importance Of An Apology To A Child's Self-Worth When we choose image maintenance over connection, we actually hurt our relationship with our children. Here's why apologizing to our children is one of the most important things we can do.
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De-escalation Strategies For Jingled Out Kids December is a sensory-overload kind of month. It’s loud. It’s busy. It’s flashy. For a lot of kids, it can be so overwhelming that they may just jingle all the way to a meltdown. For this reason, it’s good to have a few de-escalation strategies in mind. Here are 5.
The holidays can be stressful for a variety of reasons. If you're feeling overwhelmed, read this fact sheet to learn whether it’s stress or anxiety, and what you can do to cope. https://go.usa.gov/xetAG
The longest night of the year is upon us: the #wintersolstice. While many people feel less happy at times during cold, gloomy days during the winter, these “winter blues” are usually temporary and do not interfere with a person’s functioning. In contrast, some people may start to feel consistently “down” when the days get shorter in the fall and winter and begin to feel better in the spring with its longer daylight hours. Is it just the 'winter blues' or seasonal affective disorder (SAD)? This infographic may help guide you on when to seek professional help. https://go.usa.gov/xezdp
Statements That Deepen Connection Feeling more of a connection is as easy as your next conversation. Here are simple ways to build trust and friendship in your relationship
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Are We Raising Unhelpful, Bossy Kids? Here's The Fix In some cultures kids roll their eyes when asked to do chores. In others, they'll pitch in without even being asked. Researchers have identified two key practices to raise helpful children.
Emotional Well-Being and Coping During COVID-19 These are unprecedented times. We need to work extra hard to manage our emotions well. Expect to have a lot of mixed feelings. Naturally we feel anxiety, and maybe waves of panic, particularly when seeing new headlines.
I often think these things when working with clients too. When choosing a therapist it is important to have an authentic professional relationship where you understand your therapists desires for your work together.
What Your Therapist is Really Thinking - Quidwell Mind What Your Therapist is Really Thinking February 16, 2020 Ashley Solomon Dr. Ashley Solomon is a clinical psychologist and the founder… Read Next How to Stay Motivated and Rock your 2020 New Year’s Intentions in February Ever wonder what your therapist is thinking as you pour out your most p...
There are several free and low cost counseling options in the DFW area. No one should have to go without support for their mental health. Here are a few:
Children First Children First Counseling Center provides exceptional therapeutic services to children from age 3 and up, adolescents and adults. We provide professional counseling at reduced rates with the help of grant funding.
I recently spoke with some individuals about when to know the best time to reach out for help and engage in counseling. The attached infographic is a great resource to help navigate that assessment.
To be honest, we all have resources that we lean on when stressed, anxious, or depressed. It could be family members, friends, church, exercise, etc. Fundamentally, at any point, counseling can also be a part of those useful tools to manage the challenges in life. I truly believe, a rich collective of resources, including counseling, can help you overcome distress or just grow and develop as a human.
NIMH » My Mental Health: Do I Need Help? This fact sheet presents information about how to assess your mental health and determine if you need help. It provides examples of mild and severe symptoms, as well as self-care activities and options for professional help.
If you are thinking of an organization to support that will continue to make a long term impact on communities of color, please consider Children First, Inc. We provide free and low cost counseling to anyone in the DFW area. More importantly, if you or someone you know is in need of mental health support, our agency is now providing telehealth. Spread the word! Check us out! This is an interview recorded pre-COVID 19 pandemic.
Dr. Felicia Holloway and Darci Harris from Children First Counseling Center stop by to discuss how we get rid of the bad stuff. Brilliant ladies and with hearts of GOLD. ENJOY
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A screening is a tool that has been proven by research to help identify symptoms of a mental health condition. Mental Health America's screening tools provide an anonymous, free and private way to learn about your mental health and if you are showing warning signs of a mental illness.
For anyone who thinks having an anxiety disorder is the same thing as "being stressed..."
A bridge to uncovering a world of stigma. What's it like being young, Black, and self-aware? Ask Anika. Ask Jonathan. Ask Clyla. Ask Cleon. Ask Shawn. Ask As...
usatoday.com The plan would include a 24/7 treatment center for any city resident in need of help, whether that’s counseling for anxiety or emergency care.
happify.com In less than 3 minutes, you'll understand why practicing mindfulness is one of the single most powerful things you can do for your wellbeing.
mentalhealthamerica.net Meditation-which come in many variations-has long been acknowledged as a tool to master the mind and cope with stress. Science is increasingly validating those claims, especially for depression, schizophrenia, anxiety, PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder), and ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity....
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gottman.com Pay attention to the small ways in which your partner reaches for you and attempts to connect — intentionally looking for ways to turn toward your partner will help you be more effective in connecting with them.
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[email protected]: The National Su***de Prevention Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals: 1-800-273-8255
Click below for ACA’s suicide-prevention resources:
blog.aamft.org Marriage and Family Therapists, also known as MFTs, have a unique skill-set that differentiates them from other mental health professionals. We are often overlooked or listed under “or similar training” on a job description after "LCSW, LCPC preferred." What is interesting is that MFT training i...
Crying is a healthy and necessary way for kids to express their feelings. By saying ‘stop crying’ we send the message that their feelings are not important, not valid, silly, or annoying.
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gottman.com If a couple can revive their fondness and admiration for each other, they are more likely to approach conflict resolution as a team.
scarymommy.com If WE don’t remember to switch the laundry over, who will? And if WE don’t bother with the vegetables, well, baby just won’t get any.
scarymommy.com A Texas school started giving children four recess breaks a day, and teachers and parents say the results have been wonderful. Recess is a lot more than just a free break for kids to play after lun…
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gottman.com The Anger Iceberg shows the “primary emotions” lurking below the surface.
goodmenproject.com Casey Caston and The Gottman Institute show us how to put some life back in our relationship.
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Using off the track thoroughbreds, an opportunity to learn new tools along side the horses learning their own new tools with the guidance of a therapist.
Stonewall Behavioral Health was established in 1983 to serve the mental health needs of the Dallas GLBT community. We are GLBT counselors looking to help people improve their relationships with self and others.
Urban Counseling Clique is a nonprofit organization where therapists offer a "REAL" approach to mental health counseling.
Cognitive-Behavioral therapy for adolescents, individuals & families.
We are an experienced and passionate group of therapist located in the heart of Uptown Dallas helping people create the life they have always wanted.
Provide neuropsychological evaluations and treatment for a variety of neurologic and psychiatric illnesses to improve quality of life.
About Face is a research study that will examine the best type of vocational rehabilitation for veterans with felonies and mental illness or substance dependence.
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Aspen Counseling Services is a private practice that offers a variety of services for children, teens, adults, couples, and families.
A therapeutic and educational consultant works with families to help find appropriate outpatient and residential programs for adolescents and young adults.