Framing Goal Setting as Commitments: A Path Towards Lower Anxiety

In our roles as mental health professionals, we are constantly pursuing growth, both for ourselves and our clients. Goal setting is a fundamental aspect of this journey, but

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Embracing Accomplishments: A New Year’s Perspective

As we welcome a new year, it’s common for us to set resolutions and goals for the months ahead. While looking towards the future is important, it’s equally

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9 Best Practices in Self-Care for Therapists

Self-care is essential for therapists and other mental health professionals. Our resilience and mental health are key to helping others and longevity in the profession. Think about how

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Time for a work-cation?

Summer! It’s summer, 2021, and after a year that has not looked like any other, this summer may not look like any other, either.  If you, like me,

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How Are You, Really?

Do you remember when your clients came to their session in-person and you would exchange niceties in the waiting room or as you walked down the hallway to

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Anxiety post-pandemic: Part 2 of 2

Transitions bring an opportunity for anxiety because by definition they involve moving to something new.  The anxiety triggers of transitions can be especially difficult post-pandemic.  But even outside

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Groundhog Day – Hitting the Pandemic Wall

For many of us, the pandemic and now the time we are moving into post-pandemic has created an unusual situation – life as an unbroken series of days

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Coping with Loneliness and Isolation

I received a request to speak to a group practice today.  The email read in part: Many of our clinicians, as well as their clients, are feeling lonely

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