Grief and Loss in the Aftermath of Covid-19

Grief and Loss in the Aftermath of Covid-19 As various parts of the world continue to mass vaccinate and move into the aftermath of Covid-19, people are continuing to deal with their grief associated with the pandemic. Many have not been able to be with loved ones during their final moments. For others, there was […]

Returning to Normalcy: How to Cope with Post Covid-19 Anxiety

Returning to Normalcy: How to Cope with Post Covid-19 Anxiety Advice on how to adjust to the “new normal” following the eventual end of the pandemic. As vaccinations continue to roll out around the country and world, many remain cautiously optimistic about returning to a sense of normalcy this summer and beyond. As restrictions are […]

Spring Cleaning for Your Mental Health

Spring Cleaning for Your Mental Health Simple Tips to Kick Start Your Mental Health Journey It’s that time of year: Spring Cleaning! Many of us welcome the spring season by giving our home, garage, or lawn a nice deep clean to get ready for the warmer months of sunshine on the horizon. But do you […]

The Link Between Practicing Gratitude and Reduced Anxiety

The Link Between Practicing Gratitude and Reduced Anxiety We all want a happy and healthy life with a great job, a perfect family, financial stability, and fulfilling social life. However, our life doesn’t always pan out the way we want it to, and when we don’t hit the milestones and goals we set for ourselves […]

Coping with Valentine’s Depression

Coping with Valentine’s Depression The winter months are hard enough. Lack of sunshine and colder temperatures lead to higher occurrences of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). Throw in Valentine’s day and it’s enough to impact anxiety, depression, and other mental health concerns.  In particular, Valentine’s Day is meant to be a day of joy and romance. […]

The Psychology of New Year’s Resolutions

The Psychology of New Year’s Resolutions The beginning of the New Year marks a time for resolutions. According to the American Psychological Association, 93% of people set New Year’s resolutions. Among the most common resolutions are saving money, eating healthier, losing weight, and regularly exercising. However, research shows 45% of people fail to keep their […]

Seasonal Affective Disorder and Holiday Depression

Seasonal Affective Disorder and Holiday Depression For many people, we are about to enter “the most wonderful time of the year.” The holiday season stretching between Thanksgiving and New Years typically marks a period of gathering with friends and family, celebrating our various holidays, and reflecting on our blessings and things to come in the […]

Mental Health and Anxiety

Mental Health and Anxiety Everyone has anxiety from time to time. According to the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, an estimated 792 million people worldwide live with anxiety. Throw in the uncertainty of a global pandemic, as well as the recent events surrounding the 2020 presidential election, and these numbers are bound to increase […]

Teletherapy: What You Need to Know

Teletherapy: What You Need to Know While telehealth is not a new concept, the latest developments of the global pandemic have brought telemedicine into the spotlight. In fact, the implementation of telehealth services during COVID-19 has been lightning fast. Healthcare providers all over the world not only recognize the effectiveness of telemedicine across different modalities, […]