1. What You Need to Know About Abusive Relationships

    Most folks don't even recognize that they are in abusive relationships and they are often torn between what to do if they are in one. Tidemark TV talks with Kristin Benton about how to recognize if you are in an abusive relationship, why we keep going back to abusive relationships, and what you can do if you are wanting to leave an abusive relationship.…Read More

  2. Grief- What do we do with it

    There are so many rules around grief, smile and thank everyone for being concerned...don't smile too much, bake a casserole, say they're in a better place, be angry, don't be angry...the list goes on. All of this can be so confusing it makes our heads spin. If you want to know what you can do about your journey through grief, then please check out this video.…Read More

  3. The Transgender Community

    Many folks struggle with coming out as to their friends and family. Many people also do not realize the unique challenges that people face in the transgender community. If you would like to become more educated on the transgender community,  then watch the video below Please  subscribe to our YouTube station and comment on the video because each time you do we help spread the word about mental h…Read More

  4. Why Valentine’s Day Can Suck It

    Valentine’s Day is one of the WORST holidays. For all of you reading this right now, who are yelling at your computer screens that I’m cold and heartless, just give me a moment of your time, and I’ll explain my logic. I’m as much of a romantic as the next person, but as a therapist, I’ve seen lots of depression and anxiety centered around this holiday; whether it’s because people are l…Read More

  5. Common Misconceptions about PTSD

    Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD, is a commonly misunderstood mental health disorder. When most people envision a person suffering from PTSD, they picture a war veteran, but the truth is, trauma is a reality in our daily lives, and many people experience PTSD because of it. In this blog, we will go over some common misconceptions you may have heard about PTSD. MISCONCEPTION: Only the mental…Read More

  6. The Benefits of Couples Therapy, Part Two

    In our last blog, we began reviewing some of the many benefits of couples therapy. In this blog, we will continue to go over reasons why you may want to consider couples counseling with your partner, even if you don’t believe your issues are “that serious.” Get to the root of your problems You may find that you and your partner seem to have the same argument over and over again. This general…Read More

  7. The Benefits of Couples Therapy, Part One

    There is a stigma surrounding couples therapy because many people believe it is a last-ditch effort to save a relationship that will inevitably fail. The main problem with couples therapy is that couples often wait years after their initial dissatisfaction with their marriage to seek out counseling. This means that couples must attempt to tredge through years of resentment, distrust, poor communic…Read More

  8. The Difference Between Depression and Bipolar Disorder

    Two common mood disorders that are often confused are depression and bipolar disorder. While there is some overlap in symptoms, these disorders are very different, which is why an accurate diagnosis is crucial. In fact, antidepressants are often detrimental to people with bipolar disorder, and can further aggravate their symptoms. However, due to their similarities, it is common for bipolar disord…Read More