Articles in Anxiety

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by Dr. Tim Redman on August 22, 2019
The Evolutionary Mismatch Basis of Emotional Disorders
by Dr. Tim Redman on August 22, 2019
Have you ever wondered why so many of us suffer from mental disorders? According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, anxiety disorders are the most common in the U.S. affecting 40 million adults aged 18 and older. ... Read full article
by Caryn Hess, LPC on January 31, 2019
Anxious parents and young children
by Caryn Hess, LPC on January 31, 2019
If we have a predisposition to anxiety, we need to be aware of how our nervous state affects our children. Therapy for anxiety can help you and your child.... Read full article
by Melech Mann on December 10, 2018
Lessons from Hanukkah: How to survive the holidays
by Melech Mann on December 10, 2018
Tensions around the holidays can make this period the opposite of joyful. Take these stress-reducing tips from Hanukkah to make your holiday season a success.... Read full article
on November 12, 2018
The Inner Working Model: A Story of Two Babies
on November 12, 2018
This article explores how a child's inner working model (view of self and world) is impacted by the quality of care during infancy and childhood. ... Read full article
on November 12, 2018
The Healing Power of Connection
on November 12, 2018
This article explores the healing power of connection and therapy. Learning emotion and stress regulation can only be done through connection with another person, sometimes a therapist. ... Read full article
by Dr. David Younger on August 30, 2018
What is Mindfulness?
by Dr. David Younger on August 30, 2018
Mindfulness is to be present. Your attention is a precious resource, needed for learning, for your best performance at work, and for engaging in relationships. ... Read full article
on August 26, 2018
Understanding the Body-Mind Connection and Mental Health
on August 26, 2018
A growing body of evidence indicates diet and exercise are linked to common mental disorders such as depression and anxiety. There are ways to increase serotonin levels in the brain naturally through specific foods and routine physical activity.... Read full article
on August 11, 2018
Can Faith-Based Therapy be the Answer?
on August 11, 2018
The following article discusses the divide between faith and mental health, and how faith-based therapy can bridge the gap.... Read full article
by Jill Eras, MS, MFT on February 07, 2018
The power of dreams: an introduction to Archetypal Dreamwork – Jill Eras, MS, MFT
by Jill Eras, MS, MFT on February 07, 2018
Archetypal Framework is a powerful form of therapy that uses the power of dreams not only to provide relief from anxiety and depression, but also to address the most profound questions of personal meaning and growth. ... Read full article
by Jennifer Willemsen, MA, LMFT on December 11, 2017
Neurofeedback: Fact or fiction?
by Jennifer Willemsen, MA, LMFT on December 11, 2017
Treating mental illness is more complicated than treating the physical body, and one reason for this is the guesswork involved in finding an effective treatment. Neurofeedback offers a promising alternative.... Read full article
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