Extacy

Ecstasy for PTSD?

Imagine using a hallucinogenic drug—an ecstasy-like compound known as MDMA—to treat individuals suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). It sounds a little far-fetched to many psychiatrists, psychologists, and psychotherapists. But others in the profession are willing to suspend judgment to see what the future holds for MDMA, which promotes the release of oxytocin and prolactin—hormones […]

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Call to Prayer

Should a Christian Therapist Treat a Muslim Client?

Building rapport with patients is a given in psychotherapy. But what happens when two faiths collide in session? Suddenly, theory can go out the window, and therapy can become a battle of the wills, as the tenets of psychotherapist’s and the patient’s own religious traditions “butt heads,” creating barriers to healing. In this article, Michael […]

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IMPORTANT UPDATE: WE'RE OPEN

To Existing and New Encompass Counseling Clients:

We want you to know that we’re open and continuing to offer in-office sessions, as usual. We’re taking extra precautions to maintain a clean office space for you. So, please contact us to confirm or set an appointment.

Note: HIPPA-compliant phone and video sessions are an option.