by Stephanie King, LPC Grief- what a ride. It’s not a ride that anyone asks to be on, but it’s something we will all experience in our lives to some degree. If you’re lucky, it won’t be until you are old and gray. My first experience with gut wrenching, life changing grief came 10 years […]
by Erika Pranzo, LPC Summer is often a major source of anxiety for many women. Research by Kite (2019) found that many women completely avoid social activities because of anxiety regarding how their bodies look in vulnerable clothing. Over the centuries, women have received pressure to maintain a certain beauty/ body standard through nearly every […]
If we can agree on anything these days I think it’s that most if not all of us are facing a degree of burnout. We’re in the midst of consuming information on horrific realities in our world on a daily basis, including (and unfortunately not limited to) the recent deaths of black and brown people, […]
Gabrielle Solomone, LCSW Gabby is our in-house expert on OCD, eating disorders, anxiety, and more. She knows all too well that anxiety can be intrusive and at times, it can feel like it’s taking over– especially when it’s anxiety in regard to a global pandemic. Gabby put together some quick tips to keep your anxiety […]
“You cannot stop having negative thoughts. But you can stop listening to them and taking them seriously.” It’s so easy for us to get wrapped up in our negative thoughts and negative self talk. That little voice telling us over and over that you can’t do something, that you’re not good enough, that you don’t […]
Worrying is sneaky! It tells us that if we plan out all the ways something will go wrong, we will be more “prepared”. Worrying tells us that planning for negative outcomes is sensible because we will shield ourselves from being “blind sighted”. The TRUTH is worry is in bed with ANXIETY. That’s who he serves, […]
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