• When Is The Worry too Much? New Resource for Anxiety Concerns
    Anxiety is a normal part of life. It gives us the rush of adrenaline we need to perform at our best. It also helps us to stay alert in dangerous situations. But how … Read more
  • What is EMDR?
    EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is a psychotherapy used in the healing symptoms and emotional distress caused by trauma or disturbing life experiences. It is a proven therapy with a core belief … Read more
  • Tips To Bring Joy To The Holidays
    It’s that time of year; the cold weather, the snow, the holidays, Christmas lights, and less daylight. This time of year can be cheery and bliss for some but for others it can … Read more
  • Five Ways to Become Motivated and Embrace Change
    This may not be the most therapeutic way to phrase this—but, sometimes life wakes you up by slapping you right in the face. My moment happened recently when I went to my new … Read more
  • Six Ways to Cope with Grief
    As summer begins to wind down, the hours of daylight become less, and the kids prepare for school, I am reminded of a feeling I used to have as a child and young … Read more
  • Four Tips to Support Your LGBTQIA+ Child
    I am one of the lucky ones. I have had so many opportunities to love, know, learn from, and get comfortable with people who identify as LGBTQIA+ in my lifetime that when my … Read more
  • Five Tips to Encourage Cooperation with Defiant Kids and Teens
    We’re nearing the end of an extraordinary school year, filled with highs, lows, and more than its fair share of uncertainty and change. For many children, the transition to summer is an unstable … Read more
  • How to Stay Calm When the Kids are Out of Control
    As a regular collaborator with Connecting for Kids, I’ve noticed that the topic of staying calm when your child’s emotions are running hot is one of the most popular Coffee and Chat support … Read more
  • Struggling to Stay on Track with Medication? Two Tips from Dr. Hussain
    For many patients who use medication to help manage mental health, staying on track with proper dosing and timing can be a struggle. If this sounds like you, you’re not alone — according … Read more
  • Springing Forward with Hope: 8 Simple Acts
    Spring gives us a new sense of hope. It’s a time to think about renewing, achieving, and growing. Just as the flowers bloom, we may want to experience this type of change within … Read more
  • Mindfulness in Less than Two Minutes
    What is mindfulness? How do you practice mindfulness? This two-minute video, based on mindfulness practice with Terri McNeely, MEd, LISW, introduces mindfulness and shares an easy breathing technique. Interested in learning more about … Read more
  • Finding Peace
    This year has alternated between challenging and more challenging depending on how you or your loved ones have been affected by the events in the world.  For parents, it is particularly complicated because … Read more