Postpartum Depression What You Need to Know
Psychologist Spotlight: What a Psychologist Says About Guilt – Part II by Dr. Steven T. Griggs
This is the second of a three-part series of articles on what a psychologist has to say about guilt. Guilt is manipulative, and in this case more indirect, i.e., covert, but controlling. Here is a short example.Read More
Finally! Affordable and High Quality Therapy for Your Schedule and Your Location by Dr. Chloe Carmichael and Lauren Cummins
Feeling anxious? We have good news! No matter how busy you are, how often you travel, or how limited your budget is, there is a new form of treatment that can work for you.Read More
Self-help Resources and Individual Therapy – When are They Beneficial? By Dr. Elil Yuvarajan
With so many resources available to help people heal and change, from self-help resources to individual therapy, it makes it difficult for many people to decide where to start.Read More
Healthcare Topics & Issues
Anxiety has been described as fear without an object; that is, we don’t always know what makes us uneasy. Guilt is a little like that. We don’t always have in our awareness the cause of what is bothering us. We just know “something is not right.”
Psychologist Spotlight: Raising Your Game – Guiding Your Girls and Boys Through Sports by Dr. Andrea Corn and Ethan J. Skolnick
Youth sports are fertile ground for exploration, not only because of the 40 million kids who participate each year, but also in light of the alarming number who choose not to stick with it.
You are locked into the fight for your life, and you’re giving it all of your effort. You’re punching, kicking, scratching, hair-pulling, and doing everything within your power to win this fight. And after years and years of battling with every shred of energy you have, you finally reach the day when you win.
As millions of people watched the Olympic Games this winter, many wondered how these athletes compete at such a high level. How did these men and women become – and remain – such elite competitors?
In this article, the environment that most effectively helps parents to teach their child self-discipline will be discussed. Most parents and educators find that children of all ages, especially the younger ones, behave better in some settings than in others.