How to Tell if You’re a Victim of Gaslighting

Gaslighting is a form of psychological manipulation that involves making someone doubt their own memories or perception of reality. This can be done by denying facts that the other person knows to be true, accusing them of being confused or […]

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Missing The Body You Used To Have? You May Be Experiencing ‘Body Grief’

If you are missing the body you once had, you aren’t alone. In a HuffPost article, Bri Campos of Body Image With Bri, defines body grief as “the distress caused by the perceived losses that come when you stop attempting […]

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The Best Online Therapy for Anxiety in 2022

The Top Picks for Online Therapy for Anxiety Anxiety, by its own merit, isn’t a bad thing. Smaller levels of anxiety can be a source of motivation for everyday tasks, according to Harvard Health Publishing. At Lightfully, however, we understand […]

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What’s the Difference Between ADHD and Bipolar Disorder?

This article in the US News & World Report by Elaine K. Howley highlights the similarities and differences between ADHD and bipolar disorder. It provides an overview of the differences between bipolar disorder and ADHD, with a focus on the […]

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Types of Therapy: Choosing the Right One for You

A recent article in U.S. News and World Report discusses how to choose the right therapy for you.  The article goes into detail with the different types of mental health therapies, including psychoanalysis and psychodynamic therapies, cognitive-behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral […]

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65% of Students Prefer In-Person Learning, New Survey Finds

The Healthline article discusses a recent Pew Research survey that found that 65% of teen students prefer in-person schooling as opposed to hybrid or remote learning. However, there were significant differences in preference according to ethnic group. Pew Research also […]

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Lightfully Behavioral Health to Open New Mental Health Center for Adults in Encinitas, Second of Six Facilities Planned for San Diego

SAN DIEGO, CALIF. (JUNE 8, 2022)– Newly launched health care startup, Lightfully Behavioral Health, a rapidly growing mental health treatment provider based in Thousand Oaks, Calif., will open its newest facility in Encinitas, on June 15.  This is Lightfully’s second […]

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San Diego Business Journal, Top Professionals in Behavioral Health 2022 Honorees

Congratulations to three Lightfully employees—Clodagh Rafferty, Taylor Stead, LMFT, and Moises Estrada, LMFT—who have been recognized as 2022’s Most Influential Behavioral Healthcare Professionals by the San Diego Business Journal! Moises Estrada is Director of Clinical Operations for Residential Treatment Centers […]

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Dr. Nicole Siegfried PhD., CEDS, How to Talk With Kids About What Happened in Uvalde

Lightfully Behavioral Health’s Dr. Nicole Siegfried PhD., CEDS, on how to talk with kids about what happened in Uvalde. In the short video that aired on NBC 4 News, parents expressed their frustration and feelings about keeping their children safe […]

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