Category: Psychotherapy

Revised Safety Protocols for In-Office Visits

Updated May 17, 2021 Our office recognizes the CDC’s recent guidance on lifting mask restrictions for vaccinated individuals. However, as a healthcare setting that serves many individuals who cannot be vaccinated due to age or health condition, as well as many individuals with underlying health conditions that may be more vulnerable to the effects of…

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The Power of Breaks

Often overlooked and under-rated, breaks are a critical and essential component of reaching your potential Breaks are an extremely important, though often undervalued, component of education, work, and mental health. Far too often, “being productive” is viewed as constant busy-ness, an immediate response to any issue that comes up (regardless of urgency or importance), and…

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Overcoming Overwhelm

Moving out of apathy, anxiety, and stress and into focused intention and clarity Feeling overwhelmed is a common experience for most people. Whether you are trying to start a new project, achieve a goal, or just survive the daily activities during a pandemic, you’ve more than likely experienced the state of overwhelm. In this state,…

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3 Keys to Happiness in Daily Life

It doesn’t take a whole new routine to instill a dose of happiness into your day—but it does take a little self awareness. 1. Be grateful for the good & the bad. Research shows, grateful people are happy people. It’s also important to understand that happiness is not the absence of negative feelings. Gratitude is…

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