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From Our Archives—Psychologist Spotlight: Can Eating Craved Foods Help with Overeating? By Kristie Bergmann

Posted by on Nov 30, 2016 in Addiction, Eating Habits, Obesity, Psychologist Spotlight, Stress, The Wire, Women’s Health | 0 comments

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.

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Depressed After Giving Birth? You Are Not Alone

Posted by on Nov 15, 2016 in Postpartum Depression, The Wire |

If you think you may be experiencing postpartum depression, you are not alone. View our Postpartum Self-Help Resources page for links to websites that have more information. Ultimately, it might be important for you to find a psychologist who can address your postpartum depression. Search our listing of National Register credentialed psychologists by using the search function at the top or side of your screen.

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From Our Archives—Psychologist Spotlight: Finding Self-Compassion by Dr. Ida Moadab

Posted by on Nov 8, 2016 in Abuse, Anxiety, Building Resilience, Career Issues, Grief, Marriage & Family, Psychologist Spotlight, Spirituality, Stress, The Wire | 0 comments

While completing a doctoral program in clinical psychology, I found myself providing psychotherapy to a client who felt trapped by her high standards. She attempted to seek perfection across the many roles in her life — at school or work, in her relationships, with her children, and with her possessions.

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What is a Toddler? by Dr. Barney Greenspan

Posted by on Oct 11, 2016 in Parenting, The Wire | 0 comments

The behavioral hallmark of a toddler’s development is the wish and ability to meet his or her own needs. At times, a toddler is capable of this, but there are still many things that toddlers wish to do, yet cannot, which brings frustration and anger.

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