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ADHD And Anxiety

By Lauren Walters in Psych Central ~ 1 min read Introduction of ADHD and Anxiety In my previous article, I discussed the correlation between Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Depression.  I will discuss the correlation between Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Anxiety and the symptoms of an Anxiety Disorder.  I will also list various scales for diagnosing Anxiety Disorders. ADHD And...[ read more ]

Anxiety & Bipolar Disorder: Part II

[caption id="attachment_3710" align="alignnone" width="240"] Anxiety & Bipolar Disorder: Part II[/caption] By LaRae LaBouff ~ 2 min read This article is Part II of “Anxiety & Bipolar Disorder.” You can read part one here. Anxiety disorders are highly prevalent in those with bipolar disorder. Over 50% of patients have at least one. That means a person may not only be dealing...[ read more ]

Anxiety & Bipolar Disorder: Part I

[caption id="attachment_3591" align="aligncenter" width="240"] Anxiety & Bipolar Disorder: Part I[/caption] By LaRae LaBouff ~ 2 min read Anxiety & Bipolar Disorder: Part I Anxiety is a big factor in bipolar disorder. It can range from worrying about symptoms to full blown panic disorder. More than half of the people with bipolar disorder also have at least one type of anxiety...[ read more ]

How to Create a Routine that Supports Good Mental Health

By Sharon Martin, LCSW ~ 4 min read It’s January. You’re back to work and the kids are back to school. It’s time to put a routine in place that supports mental health and wellness. Many of us plan to set up new routines and develop good habits in January. January feels like a fresh start, so it’s the natural...[ read more ]

6 Ways to Create (and Keep) New Year’s Resolutions in 2017

6 Ways to Create (and Keep) New Year’s Resolutions in 2017 By Paula Durlofsky, PhD ~ 2 min read [caption id="" align="alignleft" width="300"] 6 Ways to Create (and Keep) New Year’s Resolutions in 2017[/caption]   Taking a good, hard look at daily behavior is the key to setting realistic self-improvement goals. The early Babylonians believed that what people did on...[ read more ]

VALIDATION: The Relational Skill that Softens Defenses

VALIDATION: The Relational Skill that Softens Defenses By Lara Fielding ~ 4 min read [caption id="" align="alignright" width="726"] VALIDATION: The Relational Skill that Softens Defenses[/caption] Ever found yourself caught in a difficult dialogue with someone (maybe even with yourself), where emotions were escalating, and reasoning not helping? It can feel like a futile battle as you try everything to stomp out the...[ read more ]

Study Finds CBT Best Therapy for IBS

Study Finds CBT Best Therapy for IBS By Rick Nauert PhD ~ 1 min read [caption id="" align="alignright" width="225"] Study Finds CBT Best Therapy for IBS[/caption] Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a painful and sometime debilitating condition that affects roughly one adult in 10. Previous studies have found that, on average, psychotherapy is just as effective as medications in reducing the...[ read more ]

How to Navigate Difficult Family Relationships – Here are some tips

How to Navigate Difficult Family Relationships - Here are some tips Check out this article By Sharon Martin, LCSW ~ 4 min read [caption id="attachment_2659" align="aligncenter" width="300"] How to Navigate Difficult Family Relationships - Here are some tips[/caption] How to Deal with Difficult Family? How do you deal with your dysfunctional, toxic, or difficult family members? The holidays usually mean...[ read more ]

Signs of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Today

By Maria Bogdanos ~ 2 min read [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="200"] Signs of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Today[/caption] It’s clear that people from every socio-economic status have experienced one or more life events that have caused emotional trauma, thus creating PTSD. It’s not just a “veteran’s ailment,” and PTSD is gaining needed recognition in the psychotherapeutic healing community. PTSD can be caused...[ read more ]

How to Practice Gratitude When You’re Feeling Discouraged

How to Practice Gratitude When You’re Feeling Discouraged By Sharon Martin, LCSW ~ 1 min read [caption id="attachment_2323" align="aligncenter" width="300"] How to Practice Gratitude When You’re Feeling Discouraged[/caption] We need gratitude more than ever When we’re feeling discouraged, alone, anxious, or angry, it’s hard to be grateful. We know we’re supposed to feel grateful. It’s Thanksgiving-time after all. But you...[ read more ]




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