Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a form of depression experienced during certain times of the year. Winter and rainy seasons are the most common intervals for SAD… Read more “Managing the Winter Blues: Options for Tackling Seasonal Affective Disorder”
For the new year, I offer you one suggestion… Save yourself some grief and ditch the New Year’s resolutions! Personally, I’ve never seen them work for anyone… Read more “Resolve to Not Resolve!”
Have your family holiday gatherings been a bit too cheerful and harmonious for your taste? Well, why not spice things up this year, and ruin Thanksgiving for… Read more “5 Ways to Ruin Your Family’s Thanksgiving”
Are you thinking it’s past time to start therapy but can’t quite take that first step? Well, you’re not alone! Like many things in life, the first… Read more “Start Therapy?! I’d Rather…(Insert Anything. Anything Else at All.)”
Anyone who has ever been through it can tell you that struggling with depression can be very hard and downright painful. If you’re struggling with depression, use these five tips to boost your self-care habits and give yourself a better chance for recovery!
Anticipate stress for your relationship this fall and beat it before it begins!
Despite the public’s fascination with psychiatry as portrayed in countless television programs and movies, the creators of these works of entertainment are too often (and to the detriment of the viewers), focused on creativity and narrative rather than accuracy.
If you find yourself in this position – wanting to begin therapy but worried about cost – you should know that there are some simple ways that you can stretch the dollars you spend for therapy and maximize your value along the way.