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Are you a good listener? Even if you think you are, chances are you’re not as good a listener as you may think. Studies have shown that we only remember between 25 and 50 percent of what we hear. Imagine that you’re giving a twenty minute presentation at…
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In 2015, more than 23,000 people died in the city of Houston alone – leaving a vastly greater number of people grieving their loss. While it isn’t the only cause of grief, death is the chief one. The more significant the loss – someone especially close to…
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This is a wonderful article on postpartum depression. If you are suffering and are in the Houston, TX area, give us a call today at 832-209-2222. You don't have go through this alone.
Tucked away in a Ziploc bag in Carol Blocker's bedroom are 12 orange prescription bottles with her daughter's name printed neatly across each one.
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No parent wants to see their child suffer, and anxiety is one of the hardest things a parent can watch their child go through. It makes you as a parent anxious, which in turn reinforces those feelings. While anxiety is the top mental health problem faced…
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UCLA neuroscience researcher Alex Korb has some insights that can create an upward spiral of happiness in your life.
From the most important question to ask yourself to the awe-inspiring power of physical contact...
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What does "family dysfunction" really mean?
The phrase “family dysfunction” is a well-worn descriptor used to label a cluster of common traits or behaviors that permeate and twist the dynamics of a family into a tangled web of unhealthy interactions. Although there is no perfect family
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Do You Eat to Soothe? Breaking Free of Emotion-Driven Eating.
If you find yourself eating despite not being hungry, or experiencing unexplained urges to eat, these patterns may be emotion-driven. Consider these six tips.
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Puberty, peer pressure, pressure to do well on exams and get into a good school…all while balancing extracurriculars. It’s no wonder stress and anxiety are fairly common aspects of life as a teenager. But if you’re a parent of a teen, you might find…
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The National Center for PTSD reports that around 5.2 million Americans suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in any given year. At nearly 2 percent of the country’s population, that’s a huge number. But did you also know there is something…
Complex PTSD is treatable. Read more to learn causes, symptoms, and treatment options in Houston, Texas.
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You will learn and practice several strategies in each of the following areas: Mindfulness: develop skills to accept thoughts and urges without self-criticism or acting on them. Learn to stay in the present moment without ruminating on the past or…
You will learn and practice several strategies in each of the following areas: Mindfulness: develop skills to accept thoughts and urges without self-criticism or acting on them. Learn to stay in the present moment without ruminating on the past or worrying about the future. Interpersonal Effectiveness: learn strategies for asking what you need, saying no and coping with interpersonal conflict. Emotion Regulation: learn skills to regulate out ...
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Be careful...it's hot out there.
Summer and heat go hand in hand. When it’s hot and humid out, it’s hard to want to do anything but stay inside in the air conditioning. But that doesn’t mean we should allow ourselves to be lazy and not
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Enjoy the summer slow-down.
My friend Marc Rubin and I tease our colleague Tina Governo. You seem to be working harder than ever, we chuckle during a phone chat with her. Tina just switched from a demanding full-time corporate leadership
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1501 Crocker St Suite #2 Houston, TX 77019
1501 Crocker Street Suite #2USTexasHouston77019
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"I first started seeing Joan Mullinax back in 2012 for career counseling."
"...struggled with their career, depression, anxiety, or whatever it may be..."
"...issues, adjustment issues, and eating, body image and weight concerns."
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Siomara Avelar
3 weeks ago
It was a great experience with many benefits as an individual. Going through a troubled time where nothing ever made sense and difficult times in which I thought never to understand but, Eddins Counseling has a great structured way in assisting personal needs. I personally worked with Charisse and could not be more satisfied with my personal outcomes after a few sessions.
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Kristen Baker
a year ago
I worked with Rachel for MANY years and I feel so incredibly lucky that stumbled upon Rachel’s practice (or maybe I can give my “gut” a little more credit ha – Rachel would probably like to hear that, she did teach me to tune into it!). Rachel has offered me so much more than I could have ever imagined in our time together. I came in looking for help with a career change, but she has helped me build a strong sense of self-identity in every area of my life: family, friends, relationships, career. She is caring and patient, and incredibly knowledgeable. She is dedicated to her own continuing education, which is so important to me because I am an information junkie, and she always knows the latest books to recommend. I just cannot say enough about how incredible of a listener and teacher she is, and I am so grateful that I found her when I did. If everyone were to work with a "Rachel", the world would be a much better place.
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Basak Yanar
2 years ago
I have had a chance to work with Rachel in different capacities in the past few years. Rachel is an extraordinary counselor, she has a natural ability to connect with people at a deeper level and help them feel at ease during the change process. As a colleague, I admire Rachel's expertise in her field and her creative energy. She is extremely professional, insightful, and positive. Rachel is passionate about reaching out to people with creative tools and programs that facilitate wellbeing and meaning in life. I look forward to continue working with Rachel in developing these programs.
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Jacqueline Hing
a year ago
From the moment I met Rachel as her LPC supervisor, I was impressed with her counseling ability. She is a great combination of sensitivity, humor, and insight, always open to learning. She has reinforced my positive first impressions by expanding her practice and expertise with her successful practice and her mentoring of other therapists.
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Tiffany S
8 months ago
Joan Mullinax is someone I have trusted with my life's journey for five years. She is helping me become more resilient in how I approach life and has given me effective tools to use in managing some challenging times. With her guidance, I am seeing the possibilities for the next phase of my life unfold with excitement and a renewed zest for life. Joan's ability to approach a multitude of topics is refreshing, and I feel like I can talk about different aspects of my life at any given time. I would recommend Joan to anyone who is seeking a supportive and compassionate LPC in his or her corner.
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Nikky LaWell
a year ago
I met Rachel in 2006 while going through a divorce, moving and considering a career change. She worked patiently with me, challenging me to push through doubts and insecurities to redefine what I really wanted. After about 3 months of counseling, she helped me realize I was already in my perfect career and had been for years. Rachel helped put me back on the path to rekindle the passion for my career and life and has always been genuine, compassionate and trustworthy in our sessions. I’m sure that other counselor’s that work with her firm convey the same high standards that Rachel has always displayed.
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Susan Orenstein
a year ago
I am a colleague of Rachel Eddins and respect her integrity, compassion, and dedication to her practice. She enjoys helping men and women with career issues, adjustment issues, and eating, body image and weight concerns. In addition to being an excellent clinician, Rachel oversees the group practice, ensuring that all of her clinicians offer the highest standard care to each and every client. I highly recommend the Eddins Counseling Group.
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Makenna Nielsen
2 years ago
An amazing place for career counseling and more! I first started seeing Joan Mullinax back in 2012 for career counseling. I had been unhappy with the direction of my career for at least a year at that point and decided it was finally time to do something about it. I honestly think my words to Joan were something like "I'm unhappy...and I would like to be not unhappy". Joan is an amazing counselor, I always felt in good hands with her because she gave me the tools I needed to make informed decisions about my career direction. She is incredibly empathetic and has also gone through a few major career transitions herself which I found to be very inspiring. I am happy to report that since my career counseling sessions with Joan I am not only pursuing an MBA but have also successfully transitioned into an industry I am truely passionate about. I am honestly happier with my career than I ever imagined I could be! In addition to career counseling, Joan can also provide general life-coaching or other counseling for you. About a year after I finished my career counseling, I reached out to Joan for help with my depression and anxiety (both of which I had been struggling with for years). I had hit my limit with both and decided it was time to confront and address them rather than "sweep them under the rug". There may never be a time in my life when I do not have to deal with either depression or anxiety but now I can say I have control over both and have the tools to confront them head on. To anyone who has struggled with their career, depression, anxiety, or whatever it may be, I highly recommend Eddins Counseling!
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