Pruden Counseling Concepts, PLLC

Hello to my new followers and “What’s up?” to my established crew! I wanted to take a minute to introduce myself. My name is Keischa Pruden, but most folks call me KP. I am a psychotherapist and I have a private practice, Pruden Counseling Concepts, PLLC. I have been a practicing therapist now for almost…

Monday Affirmation with KP

This week’s affirmation invites us to examine our lives and determine which connections no longer serve us, if they ever did. The next step involves an equally difficult task: disconnecting from those relationships. There are so many reasons people remain in dysfunctional relationships. It can seem impossible to undo what can be years of attachment.…

Midweek Check In With KP

Join me tomorrow on FB Live! We will be reviewing the info I have been sharing for the past 4 weeks. I have had a wonderful time. I hope you have found helpful information to help introduce positive thoughts into your life. See you tomorrow! Don’t forget to: ⬇️ ❇️ Follow Pruden Counseling Concepts;❇️ Tune…

Monday Affirmation with KP

This affirmation is for those whom have found themselves “playing small”, “playing dumb”, or otherwise shrinking themselves in order to please a person or group of people. The right “circle”, “front row folks”, support system, etc., will encourage your greatness, remind you of how awesome you are when you doubt yourself, and keep you covered…

Midweek Check In With KP

Join us tomorrow as we discuss cognitive restructuring and it’s importance in our thought life. In the meantime…⬇️❇️ Follow Pruden Counseling Concepts on FB;❇️ Turn on your notifications for the page;❇️ Bring your pen and paper 📝. Be ready to work!#mentalhealthawarenessmonth#endthestigma#seekhelp#psychotherapist#emotionalwellnesscognitiverestructuring

ADHD: A Teen Perspective

This week’s Pruden Counseling Concepts “Know BeforeYou Go” video focuses on ADHD from a teen’s point of view: my youngest son, 16 year-old Bryant Pruden. He is honest about how ADHD affects his life and what he wants parents to know to best support their teen with ADHD. My son Bryant explains how it feels…