Finding Your Strengths - Cluff Counseling - Lewisville Therapist

Finding Your Strengths

If you’ve ever been asked the question “What are your strengths and weaknesses?” in a job interview or on a date, you probably immediately noticed your heart racing. While acknowledging weaknesses can be quite easy, recognizing and articulating one’s strengths is quite difficult. Let’s change that, starting with YOU, today! Just last week, I was […]

Smart Phones & Teen Suicide - Cluff Counseling - Denton Therapist

The Truth Behind the Increase in Teen Suicide

Between 2010 and 2015, the number of U.S. teens who suffered from depression increased 33 percent in large national surveys, and the number of 13- to 18-year-olds who committed suicide leapt up 31 percent. The cause of these increased numbers is scary and unfortunately all too familiar! Ninety-two percent of young adults ages 18-29 own […]

Love Languages Through Service - Cluff Counseling - Carrollton Therapist

Love Languages: Showing Love Through the gift of Service

The old adage of ‘actions speaking louder than words’ is most certainly true–especially for those whose primary love language is Acts of Service. This Love Language requires you to show your partner you love him/her through meaningful service. Read on for specific ideas you can incorporate into your relationship today! For the first six months […]

Emotional Support Animals - Cluff Counseling - Lewisville Therapist

Emotional Support Animals At a Glance

Emotional Support Animals (ESA) are no ordinary pets! They serve to stabilize and/or maintain the emotional or mental health of their owner and their role is vital! I am a proponent for emotional support animals when they can truly fill an individual’s needs. Read on to learn more! It is estimated that 68% of U.S. […]