1. May 2020 Newsletter

    Stay up-to-date with everything going on at Texas Online Counseling and learn some great self-care tips in our latest Newsletter.  …Read More

  2. Managing The Anxiety From Uncertainty

    To say that we live in uncertain times is something of an understatement. The recent news and events surrounding the outbreak of the new coronavirus has left many of us feeling destabilized, pensive, and yes, even anxious. But rather than succumbing to these anxious emotions, you can help to manage …Read More

  3. The Benefits Of Online Counseling For Phobia-Related Disorders

    Almost everyone has some notable places, people, or situations where they find themselves discomforted. Life experiences, a lack of understanding, and terrifying anecdotal evidence provided by friends and family members can all influence the feelings we have about finding ourselves in a place that c…Read More

  4. The Benefits Of Online Counseling For Panic Disorder

    Do you or does someone you know struggle with unexpected, rapid onset anxiety and panic? Does the fear of the next episode cause anxiety, worry, and a inhibition to be in unfamiliar settings? If so, this could be a sign of a condition called panic disorder.     Panic disorder is very real, and it…Read More

  5. The Benefits Of Online Counseling For General Anxiety Disorder

    When you or someone you love is struggling with anxiety, finding effective help can be hard. Despite the fact that there are many trained, compassionate professionals available to help all throughout Texas, distance, time constraints, embarrassment, and a multitude of other factors can play into som…Read More

  6. Type A Personalities & Anxiety

    Type A personalities are usually thought of as a positive thing. These personality types are all about appearance, especially to the outside world. Many times these individuals want to look like everything is outstanding in every aspect of their lives. Out of the mental health field, type A personal…Read More

  7. Understanding Trauma and PTSD

    When one thinks of trauma and PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) the image of a combat soldier often comes to mind. The truth is, anyone can experience a traumatic event and not everyone will have the same response to it. Not everyone that is exposed to trauma will experience symptoms at a diagno…Read More

  8. Is it Anger?

    Do you know someone that is irritable? Maybe it is you that can become grumpy. All of this is okay. Sometimes getting to the root of your anger can quell the flame. As a counselor and working with Clients wanting Anger-management, many times anger tends to be the first layer that is uncovered. Some …Read More

  9. A man dealing with holiday stress holds his head.

    Surviving the Holiday Season

    The holidays can be a difficult time for many people. Often client’s express dread for the upcoming holidays and some even mention getting headaches a couple weeks before the season starts. Many dread the holidays for different reasons but this could change with support and a willingness to change…Read More