The Caregiver’s Guide to Self-Care

Are you acting as a caregiver to a loved one? Maybe your elderly parent or a spouse or child that is battling a serious illness?According to, 36% of Americans provided unpaid care to another adult with an illness or disability in 2012, and that number has almost certainly climbed as the baby boomer population continues to age.Acting as a...[ read more ]

The Benefits of Online Therapy

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed our lives in innumerable ways. But, as stressful as this lockdown has been for most of us, we have learned much about ourselves as individuals and as a nation.Another silver lining that has emerged from this crisis is a new awareness and embracing of treatment tools that have been available for some time. Telehealth (or...[ read more ]

4 Ways Being Single Is Better for Your Mental Health

Being single can be difficult at times. Dating, or trying to get dates, can be frustrating and discouraging. Meeting new people can be fun, but you might long for a close, long-term relationship with one other person. If you find yourself staring longingly at couples holding hands, it may be time to re-evaluate, and learn to appreciate the many benefits...[ read more ]

How to Help Children Understand Terrifying Events

As a parent, your job is to make sure your kids grow and develop in a safe and healthy environment. While it’s possible for you to control your immediate environment – your home –  it’s simply not possible to ensure the greater world around your child is safe and free from trauma or natural disasters.The latest research points to the...[ read more ]

How Meditation Can Help With Trauma

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Meditation offers practitioners powerful benefits, yet many people are confused as to what exactly those benefits are. In a nutshell, meditation can help with trauma by focusing attention in a deliberate manner, and taking you from a state of noisy mental chatter to calm and quiet inner peace. And isn’t that something most of us could use? While meditation has...[ read more ]

Reducing Isolation Anxiety During Social Distancing

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Are you feeling disconnected or overwhelmed by the amount of uncertainty? It's likely that your whole sense of normalcy, security, and routine been disrupted right now. Follow these steps to reduce isolation anxiety during social distancing.  It's normal and okay to feel messy right now. Allow yourself to feel your feelings and be gentle with yourself. Frustration, anger, fear, anxiety,...[ read more ]

Intuitive Eating Myths

Intuitive eating is often misunderstood. Of course, there are a lot of myths and misconceptions about what intuitive eating actually is. We hope to clear them up with this post about intuitive eating myths and how to avoid them.  Curious observer: “You are a dietitian? Say, what diet do you recommend? What do you eat?” Me: “I eat whatever I...[ read more ]

Why Men Should See a Therapist

Why should men see a therapist? While women are often the ones who seek therapy, typically making up nearly two-thirds of therapy patients, multiple studies have shown that men benefit more from the process. But men rarely seek therapy because they just don’t like the idea of opening up to a stranger and sharing their feelings. Therapy, then, isn’t a...[ read more ]

Keys to Successful Therapy

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy has been shown over the years to be effective at helping people recognize and change their behaviors. But, as much potential as therapy has for every individual, some people seem to have the keys to successful therapy while others don’t. Some of this stems from what the individuals’ expectations were going into therapy. Some from how much...[ read more ]

How to Deal with COVID-19 Quarantine Loneliness

A lot of people are experiencing unprecedented uncertainty and loneliness since being quarantined by COVID-19. For so many it is an inescapable reminder that they grieving the loss of their life as they new it, routine, and jobs. If you are quarantined alone, here are a few tips on how to deal with COVID-19 quarantine loneliness. Give Yourself a Break...[ read more ]

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