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Caregiver Burnout

In the United States, approximately 1 in 3 adults are caregivers to loved ones. This means that millions of Americans …

Avoiding Burnout-Tips for Students

As we enter fall and many schools resume, it is important for students to stay educated about the signs of …

Maternal Mental Health: Postpartum Depression

This week is Maternal Mental Health Awareness week. Many women experience mental health difficulties both during and after pregnancy. These …

8 Easy Tips for Mastering Spring Cleaning

Spring Cleaning! The time of year where we look around our homes and offices and evaluate just how much “stuff” …

Managing Summer Stress: It’s Not Always Fun and Games

For many people, summer can be a time to relax, kick your feet back, and enjoy the time away from …

Recognizing the Red Flags: When Has Your Relationship Become Unhealthy?

Meeting someone new, dating, and falling in love can be some of the most exciting feelings we get to experience …

Picking the Right Therapist

Choosing the right therapist for your mental health needs can often be challenging or overwhelming. There are different types of …

Feeling Down? You May Be Experiencing Depression

Depression is a term that is often used to describe feeling sad or “down,” however clinical depression goes beyond these …

When Do Obsessions Become a Concern? Looking Closer into OCD…

I’m sure you’ve heard someone say in the context of being a “neat freak” or having to have something just …

The True Meaning Of Self-Care… And How To Start

S E L F – C A R E / self-‘ker / [noun] The practice of actively preserving or improving …

Overcoming Challenges on Your Mental Health Journey

Life is associated with uncertainty and challenges that are inevitable. There are going to be times when difficulties arise unexpectedly, …

When is Your Anxiety Too Much to Handle?

Sally Sanchez, MA Anxiety is a normal part of life that all human beings experience at various levels. In fact, …

Beating the Morning Fog

“Motivation is the process that initiates, guides, and maintains goal-oriented behaviors.” For many people, motivation is the reason why we …

Making new habits: Why can it be difficult?

A GOAL without a PLAN is just a WISH.” We have all struggled to break an existing habit or implement …

Avoiding Workplace & Job Burnout

More and more people are talking about burnout at work, but there are still some misconceptions about what the term …

Challenging Negative Self-Talk

“Ugh, that was so embarrassing, I’m so awkward.” “I can’t believe I messed that up, I’m so stupid.” “There’s no …

Mindfulness: It May Be Easier Than You Think

“I feel so…blahh.” “I cannot even put into words how I am feeling right now.” “ I am green with …

How Society Creates a Perfect Storm of Sleep Disturbances for Teens

“Most teens don't sleep enough; here's how you can help.” There is clear evidence that it is normal behavior for …

There’s No Single Way to Grieve

As I work with many clients experiencing grief, I have come to learn that grief can take on many forms …

Setting Goals For Yourself To Foster Success

Often, when we are trying to accomplish goals, our motivation is stalled, and our goals are left unmet. This repeated …