If you find yourself catastrophizing during the coronavirus pandemic, this blog post is for you. Learn how to cope with predicting doom and gloom.
How to stay connected during a time of social distancing. Our time battling Coronavirus (Covid-19) is better when we’re fighting it together.
Our psychology practice is open for business. We are committed to application of recommended practices for exposure reduction to help maintain a safe and healthy environment and respite for our clients and team members. Learn more.
Anyone who has experienced a panic attack can tell you they’re pretty terrifying. Here are signs & symptoms of panic attacks & tips on how to relieve them.
Traditional symptoms of depression may be easy to recognize. But here are signs of depression that are less commonly known and harder to identify. Read More.
Some folks hold fast to the myths that therapy is a sign of weakness. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Read why therapy is a healthy habit.
Feeling lonely this holiday season? You’re not alone. Read Kristina Fecik’s post on how to cope with loneliness while feeling confident and self assured.
Don’t you wish you could press pause on grief during the holiday season? Grieving during the holidays is extra difficult. Here are 8 tools for coping.
Toxic positivity is the overgeneralization of a happy, optimistic state resulting in the denial & invalidation of the authentic human emotional experience.
Cyberbullying is the use of electronic technology to send or post malicious content. It effects our children at even young ages. Here’s what we can do.