Coping with Depression and Anxiety

Everyone feels sad or stressed sometimes.  Having these feelings is a part of life and doesn’t necessarily mean that there’s a problem.  How do we know when things are getting more serious and may need therapeutic intervention? Masking As children grow into teenagers, they become increasingly socially aware and concerned about what others think about […]

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Stress Management and Self Care

Self-care is giving the world the best of you, instead of what’s left of you. – Katie Reed If your teen has ever said . . . “No one understands me” “I’m ugly” “No one gets me” “I feel everyone judges me” “I’m not good enough” Then he/she is likely experiencing emotional difficulties that might […]

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Strengthen Your Mind-Body Connection

Our minds and body are connected, every time we have a thought, we set off a cascade of reactions in our nervous system that influence all the molecules in our body. Our cells are constantly observing our thoughts and being changed by them. Understanding the mind body connection allows us to have an affect not […]

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