Maybe you know how I feel. “How could someone live two different lives?” You see, I have this crappy thing called depression.Read More
Tuning Into Authenticity
We often think about the beginning of the school year as a “fresh start,” a “clean beginning” or a time to learn new things. It holds the promise of endless possibility, growth and exploration. The beginning of the academic year signals a time to renew friendships, see teachers from the past and learn from new teachers. And yet, the start of school can also lead to anxiety and depression for children and teens.Read More
Husbands and partners are important to the recovery process for women suffering from postpartum mood disorders. Research suggests that consistent support from a significant other will greatly reduce depressive symptoms. However, dealing with a postpartum mood disorder is very demanding for everyone involved and husbands and partners, in particular, suffer when their wives or partners are sick. It can be difficult to know what to do or say. Here are some useful suggestions.Read More
Looks like not only are we on to something with mindfulness as an integrative technique to help our clients deal with their issues, but it can actually diminish mental illness!