Online therapy can have many benefits from no commute to finding a therapy specialist best for you.
Ambiguity, a sense of uncertainty about what’s going on or what might happen, is part of life. This blog post explores dealing with the unknowns in life and how to handle it. When Your Environment is Unpredictable Wow, what a week. Coronavirus, or COVID-19 is all over the news and it seems that panic has … Continue reading Is the Coronavirus Causing You to Lose It?
As the world has been inundated with news of the coronavirus, I want to share this great post by fellow therapist and gifted writer, Brianne Rehac, LMHC. Take good care of yourself and your loved ones this weekend! Warmly- Karen "This week, I have spoken to many people about their heightened emotions since the outbreak … Continue reading Compassion for Yourself and Others During a Tumultuous Time.
Your mental health is important, why mental health apps? Sometimes you cannot afford to see a therapist, do not have time to go to one, or one isn’t accessible where you live. Perhaps you aren’t ready to see one but would like to see what therapy all is about. Maybe you see a therapist, but … Continue reading Top 5 Mental Health Apps
We want change to happen quickly. However, it takes time to accomplish our New Year’s goals. The following are 7 tips to help you stick with your resolutions and succeed! Tip #1: Stick to One Goal When deciding on a New Years' resolution, stick to the one thing. Do not overwhelm yourself. When you feel … Continue reading 7 Secrets to Making your New Year’s Resolution Stick: Part 4 of a 4-Part Holiday Series
According to a recent Wall Street Journal article by Elizabeth Bernstein, around 40 percent of people in the US say they are lonely. Thirty years ago that number was halved, around 20%. However, feeling lonesome is not just an unpleasant emotion you need to learn to live with. In fact, loneliness actually re-arranges your genes … Continue reading 10 Ways to Ward off Loneliness This Season: Part 3 of a 4-Part Series
The extra demands you can put upon yourself can be mitigated by using these simple CBT techniques from a cognitive behavioral therapist
The holidays can be a very fun and happy time - but it can also be stressful. These cbt-based tools can help you truly enjoy your holiday.
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How to ‘hack’ our brains into a meditative state without all that sitting around. CBT therapists assert that to address depression, panic, and anxiety.