Postpartum Depression What You Need to Know
Strategies to Make Your Holiday a Time of Joy by Dr. Louise B. Lubin
The holiday season is filled with expectations that we place on ourselves including our belief that we must meet the needs of everyone else. Here are some strategies that can help make your holiday a time of renewal and joy instead of obligation and stress.Read More
Psychologist Spotlight: What a Psychologist Says About Guilt – Part III by Dr. Steven T. Griggs
This is the third in a three-part series of articles on what a psychologist says about guilt. In guilt dynamics, there are only two patterns of thinking or behaving—rectifying something you did not do or rectifying something you erroneously did do.Read More
Exposure Therapy: Helping Your Child Overcome Anxiety Disorders through Facing Fears by Dr. Michelle Gryczkowski
Anxiety is a normal, adaptive emotion that motivates us to prepare for future threats. For some, it occurs too frequently, more intensely than what is called for by the situation, and/or is present in the absence of a real threat.Read More
Healthcare Topics & Issues
Most people have heard of “biofeedback” but don’t really know what it is, how it works or why it might be useful in chronic pain disorders. Let’s consider that “biofeedback” includes “bio” (biological functions of the body, mostly those that are not in our conscious awareness
We all know that we are mortal, but few of us are willing to talk about it; somehow believing that by doing so we are being morbid and may cause others to feel uncomfortable or think that we are somehow giving up on life.
Parents of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other developmental delays are often the first to recognize and raise concerns with their pediatricians that their child’s development is not progressing.
My diabetes burnout comes in waves and not always necessarily when you’d expect. Sometimes it strikes when I’m packing for a trip and my diabetes supplies take up more room then I think it has a right to. And in those moments I wish I could chuck my Diabetes and my diabetes supplies out the window and for good.
Featured Organization, Runaway Prevention Month: Children of the Night – The Problem of Youth Trafficking
Most shelters in America are supported by federal funds and limit shelter services to a young person for a mere 21 days; therefore, young people move from shelter to shelter, on and off the streets to shabby motels, abandoned buildings, truck stops and other unstable living conditions.