Anxiety and Depression
Anxiety and depression can affect how you feel, think, and act. Some examples of anxiety and depression include restlessness, trouble thinking, excessive worry, agitation, headaches, and stomach aches.
- Adjustment, Anxiety and Depression, Behavioral Challenges, Body Image, Child Therapy, Self Esteem, Self-Harm
When Winter Slumps Take Over
More Kids Being Sent Home From Summer Camp
How to Speak to Your Child About School Shootings
How to Speak to Your Child About School Shootings *See images below or click here to download the brochure in pdf format!
The Importance of Parents (and Siblings) Being in Therapy, Too
To me, one member of the household in therapy, is like only filling one car tire with air… All tires must be full and the axis aligned for the car to run smoothly. This is not just limited to parents, but includes siblings, too.
Redefining Success: Prioritizing Mental Health in Tumultuous Times
A common concern brought to light in therapy is the tendency for clients to be too hard on themselves, to be too rigid with their expectations, or to fall prey to all or nothing thinking. These thoughts might sound like “It’s not good enough”, “This is not how I pictured it”, “If I don’t get an A, then I might as well fail”, or “That person is so good at it, I must be awful”. As a therapist, I often find myself trying to help my clients be kind to themselves rather than bullying themselves into performance. We try to find the line between being self-motivated and self-critical. These common…