Postpartum Depression What You Need to Know
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Our lives are complicated. Recognizing that you need to find someone to talk to about your concerns can be the stepping stone to a healthy physical and mental well-being. The question is how do you find that someone?Read More
Life After Loss By Dr. Joy Lere
Loss can create a very deep, dark chasm in our hearts and world. Over time—often much more quickly than you feel equipped to face it—you are forced to fall into to the putting-one-foot-in-front-of-the-other existence that life requires following loss. The language we use around grief is critical.Read More
Psychologist Spotlight: Can Eating Craved Foods Help with Overeating? By Kristie Bergmann
Obesity is currently a major public health concern among one in three children and adults . One of the biggest myths in weight loss is that changing eating behaviors and increasing physical activity is an easy task.Read More
Healthcare Topics & Issues
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.
Psychologist Spotlight: The Taboo of Mental Illness in the South Asian American Community by Dr. Jyothsna S. Bhat
Even though Indians have experienced depression, schizophrenia, and other issues, those suffering from mental illness are still not completely accepted in mainstream Indian society.
In our contemporary Western societies many children do not develop a clear and coherent idea of death. This is mainly because many parents find it so difficult to be in tune with their youngsters’ observations and thinking in this area and to talk with them about it at their level of interest and understanding.
Marriage involves blending two persons, who come from different backgrounds. Issues concerning power, money, in-laws, sex, roles, and the children, to begin with, are inevitable. “Discussions,” therefore, are necessary in any relationship to allow it to grow and flourish but the process must be constructive.
The month of February kicks off with African Heritage and Health Week. What better way to commemorate the traditions and culture of African heritage than to adapt a healthier, nutritional, and fitness filled lifestyle?
The FindaPsychologist.org Bookstore features a large selection of popular self-help books. From improving relationships, to finding tips to handle stress, browse our Amazon store below to learn ways to improve your health and wellness.
Army Capt. David Barry, a graduate student in USU’s clinical psychology program, took a giant leap in a new direction when he arrived on campus three years ago. Until then, he’d spent his entire professional life working as an engineer officer in a mechanized infantry brigade.