Many people are predisposed to respond with greater physical distress to anxiety - learn how to manage more effectively
Reflections from a child therapist on how to balance thoughts, behaviors, and feelings; core components of CBT.
Dr. Amy Bissada, Ross Center psychiatrist, reflects on how to handle this stressful time
Anxiety over the coronavirus is rampant, but there are actions you can take to help quell your anxiety
Orthorexia is best described as an obsession with healthy eating that goes well beyond what is balanced and necessary
Loneliness resulting in depression, insomnia and anxiety is frequently reported as the underlying reason for seeking therapy or medication
Phobias are highly treatable and respond especially well to Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Exposure Therapy.
By Tanya Clausen, LCSWThe holidays can be a wonderful time of family togetherness, but can also trigger more complex memories and feelings when you're exposed …
Giving Tuesday is the “global generosity movement unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world”. This Giving …
Marriages need to be tended to, the same way we nurture our children and tend to our gardens. It can be valuable to deliberately work on enhancing and improvin…
Trauma can be many things...scary, painful, long lasting. But the one thing it’s not is one size fits all. Trauma expert Tanya Clausen provides answers and ins…
It's time to go back to school. Learn strategies to help reduce your children's anxiety and prepare for a successful new year.
When phobias start causing you to avoid situations and events in life, it's time to get treatment.
April 30, 2021