Andrew*, an executive in his early 40s, walked into my office announcing, “I don’t like the idea of therapy but I’m dying of boredom and need a strategy.” He wondered,...
Stress and Anxiety
‘Tis the season to be perpetually beachside and on a sun-soaked vacation—or so say Instagram and Facebook this time of year.
In thinking about how we can best serve our veterans, we must spread hope that there are meaningful treatment options.
Mind and Body
Breaking up is hard to do and the decision to end a relationship can be even more fraught and confusing when “dumping” your therapist.
We often feel that by failing to shape our bodies into whatever mold we’ve learned is acceptable or ideal, we’ve failed as a human being.
Understandably, pain may make us angry. But does the way we cope with anger lead us to experience more pain?
If the thought of having your blood drawn makes you cringe or you dread the doctor for fear you’ll receive a terrible diagnosis, don’t avoid medical appointments – instead, set...
Though you may have once shared two-halves of a heart necklace that read Friends Forever, you now dread seeing her name on your caller ID.
A couple of weeks ago, a disgruntled teenager slouched on my couch recounting how his mother had disconnected their home Internet.
So many of us love our pets, yet feel unsure how to mourn the loss of our furry friends.