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What is the Dunning-Kruger effect?

February 12, 2024 | Written by therapist.com team

The Dunning-Kruger effect is a type of bias where the less you know about a topic, the more you think you know. Learn to identify and change this behavior.

Anxiety: Symptoms, types, diagnosis, and treatment

February 12, 2024 | Written by therapist.com team

Small doses of anxiety can be a healthy response to stress, but too much can harm us. Find out how anxiety is identified, diagnosed, and treated.

Gen X and mental health

February 12, 2024 | Written by therapist.com team

Born in the mid-1960s to late 1980s, Gen X has historically taken a pragmatic yet skeptical approach to mental health.

Generation Alpha and mental health

February 12, 2024 | Written by therapist.com team

Generation Alpha includes people born after 2010, and their perspectives about mental health are still forming.

Why people ghost (and how to get over it)

February 12, 2024 | Written by Elise Burley

Ghosting happens all the time, but it can still feel awful. Explore the reasons why someone might suddenly cut off communication—and how to move past it.

Emotionally focused therapy (EFT): Types, stages, goals

February 12, 2024 | Written by therapist.com team

Learn how emotionally focused therapy can help individuals, couples, and families restructure their emotional responses and strengthen their relationships.

A therapist’s guide to emotionally focused individual therapy (EFIT)

February 12, 2024 | Written by Sue Johnson, EdD

Based on EFT, a type of couples therapy, EFIT helps individuals connect with themselves. Learn more from psychologist Sue Johnson, who developed both methods.

Religious trauma: Signs, symptoms, causes, and treatment 

February 12, 2024 | Written by therapist.com team

Learn about religious trauma and spiritual abuse, how they affect mental health, and how you can start healing.

Millennials and mental health

February 7, 2024 | Written by therapist.com team

Born in the 1980s through the mid-1990s, Millennials often struggle with anxiety as a result of living through historic crises and delayed life milestones.

Baby Boomers and mental health

February 7, 2024 | Written by therapist.com team

Born between 1946 and 1964, Baby Boomers tend to be skeptical of mental health treatment, except in severe cases of trauma.

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