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Help! I'm Struggling with Menopause

The transition to menopause is unique for every woman. Some women experience mild symptoms, while others find the changes debilitating. However, there’s hope! Find out how our medical experts can help you manage your menopausal symptoms.
Dec 1st, 2022

5 Types of Psychotherapy: Which One Is Right for You?

Psychotherapy is a safe space in which you can explore your thoughts and feelings and find tools to better your life. But how do you find the right expert? Learn more about various types of psychotherapy and what issues they address.
Nov 1st, 2022

When Infertility Leads to Depression

Is the stress of wanting to conceive and undergoing treatments affecting your everyday life? Learn more about how infertility can lead to depression and find out what you can do about it.
Oct 3rd, 2022

I'm Anxious About Everything

Are you feeling jittery, fearful, and avoidant on a daily basis? Find out if your symptoms could be caused by an anxiety disorder, and learn what you can do to feel like yourself again.
Sep 1st, 2022

5 Signs Your Child Could Be Suffering From ADHD

Do you suspect your child’s behavior can be explained by ADHD? Learn more about ADHD signs, and find out what steps you can take to improve your child’s symptoms and help them live a happier life.
Jul 1st, 2022

How to Manage Holiday Stress

The holidays are an ambivalent period for most people, a time for celebration but also for more complicated feelings. We’re here to help you through the challenges this time of year brings.
Dec 14th, 2021

How to Deal With the Uncertainty Surrounding the Omicron Variant

Many of our patients are asking for advice on how to handle the anxiety and uncertainty surrounding the Omicron variant of the coronavirus. The answer we’re all hearing in the news, “It’s too early to know for sure,” while true, isn’t very helpful.
Dec 9th, 2021

Finding the Light at the End of the Tunnel

With COVID-19 cases rising and uncertainty surrounding its variants, many patients have told us recently that it feels like there’s not a light at the end of the tunnel right now and are reporting poor sleep, fatigue or less productivity at work.
Oct 5th, 2021

Preserve the Good Changes You Made During the Pandemic

With the rise in delta variant cases as kids return to school and fight over mask mandates, the current period is in certain ways more stressful than lockdown. With everything in flux, it may be more difficult to have any kind of routine.
Aug 26th, 2021

How to Adapt to the “New Normal”

With re-openings and loosened mask restrictions, many patients have told us they have mixed feelings about going back into the world again.
Jul 6th, 2021

Telehealth: Online Video Sessions

Telehealth: Online video sessions continue to be the most convenient method of meeting for our patients so we are seeing patients in person upon request only.
Jul 5th, 2021

Seasonal Affective Disorder

As the seasons change and sometimes as the days get shorter, some of us can experience changes in mood and in energy. For some people, this could be signs of “SAD” or Seasonal Affective Disorder.
Apr 13th, 2021

How to Recognize Depression

How to Recognize Depression Feeling down from time to time is a normal part of life, but when emotions such as hopelessness and despair take hold and just won’t go away, you may have depression.
Mar 16th, 2021

Creating Work-Life Balance

Creating Work-Life Balance Our busy modern lives seem to demand so much from us these days. Everyone is juggling multiple tasks between our work and home lives. Technology seems to make us all available 24/7.
Mar 2nd, 2021

What Is Play Therapy?

What is Play Therapy? “Because play is a child’s language and toys are a child’s words.” (Landreth 2002)
Jan 19th, 2021

Begin Meditating With Guided Meditation

I’ve been “prescribing” meditation to my patients for years but it can be very difficult to establish a regular practice on your own. One of the simplest solutions is Guided Meditation.
Jul 13th, 2020

Could I Benefit From Talk Therapy?

We all experience personal challenges and high levels of stress these days and on multiple fronts. We have stress at work where we may be trying to get recognition for our efforts or we want to get ahead.
Jan 13th, 2020

Different Types of Meditation

What are the Different Types of Meditation? There are quite a few different types of meditation to choose from, literally hundreds of distinct ways to practice.
Jan 3rd, 2020

7 Steps to Self-healing

Whenever I speak to my patients about self-healing they usually look at me with that perplexed look that says “you’re the doctor, you spent all those years in training if I thought I could do it myself I wouldn’t be here!”
Aug 13th, 2019

The Benefits of Napping

The number of Americans who are sleep-deprived is alarmingly high. According to the National Sleep Foundation, forty-five percent of Americans say that poor or insufficient sleep affected their daily activities at least once in the past seven days.
May 13th, 2019