Divine Wellness Blog

Family Therapy

Helping Dysfunctional Families Heal

Dysfunctional families are known to be one of the leading causes of psychological problems in the world today. Children raised in such families believe that the strange behaviors, abuse, neglect, and conflict they experience are normal dynamics. Unfortunately, these habits may become permanently entrenched in these children, and the cycle of violence continues. Without the

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Step Up for PTSD Awareness

On June 27, our team at Redeem Wellness Center of Fayetteville/Hope Mills, NC has committed to participating in the Step up for PTSD Awareness Virtual Walk. This is a great opportunity for Redeem Wellness to let all those we serve in our communities know that we stand with them and support them in their daily challenges

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Marriage & Couples Counseling

Being Married is a Constant Work in Progress

Whether you have been married for several years or you are just planning to get married, you need to understand and keep in mind the fact that no marriage is perfect. Since we grew up watching romantic movies and TV shows that portrayed marriage as an ideal union where only love, ease, and workability exist,

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Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

OCD: The Need for Control

OCD (obsessive-compulsive disorder) is a mental condition that involves obsessions and compulsions. These are repetitive thoughts, images, urges, and behaviors that cause anxiety, fear, and distress. For instance, people who obsess about cleaning and washing their bodies and surroundings for fear of contamination can be said to have OCD. Unfortunately, OCD can cause severe impairment

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Child & Adolescent Therapy

Helping our Children Navigate Personal Loss

“Our children are experiencing life, not just preparing for it. We can help them gain the tools and insights that are necessary to deal with the losses that come with a full, connected life.” -by Diane Ferber, LMFT, MA, C.A.S., MBA Our children are as likely to experience loss during their childhood as the adults

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Why Depression Is So Misunderstood

Time and again, people are very quick to stigmatize people suffering from depression as people who lack willpower or people with moral weakness. Our individualistic culture has exacerbated this mindset. It is also disheartening to see people so quick to judge people undergoing therapy or taking medication for depression as unnecessary support for a seemingly

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