By Stefanie Shimansky15 min read A simply put, but not simply experienced fact: There is no one “right” way to grieve. Similarly, there is no one “right” thing to say to someone who is grieving. Everyone grieves differently. And every person grieves every loss differently. In my 30 years of life, I’ve lost a lot. When I was 14, my perfectly healthy 18-year-old sister died … Continue reading Navigating the Loss of a Loved One Amidst a Pandemic
A letter from a formerly anxious child.
Continue reading How to Help Your Anxious Child Cope During COVID-19 Isolation
By Dr. Seth J. Gillihan, PhD. 8 min read Seeing a therapist used to imply being in the same room with them, but not any longer. Teleconferencing has made it possible to see a mental health professional from a distance. With recent requirements for social distancing, many therapists and clients have had to either pause their work or make other arrangements, including meeting by video … Continue reading How to Transition to Seeing Your Therapist Online
Virtual Therapy is quickly becoming a go-to trend. Continue reading Benefits of Virtual Therapy (And Where To Find It)
By Dr. Elizabeth Cunningham5 min read When I think about starting the new year and everything that goes with it, budgeting, planning events, goals, work, education, taxes, etc., one thing comes to mind – STRESS! Regardless of the time of year, stress is an ever-present factor in our lives. One simple and effective way of managing stress is by creating a routine for ourselves. Creating … Continue reading Creating a Healthy Routine for Stress Relief
By Tessie Tracy5 min read The past week has felt like a month. I’m sure I’m not the only one who feels this way. With news of COVID-19, the coronavirus, bombarding our everyday lives… our awareness has been heightened, which makes moments seem to pass slower. While this elevated sense of presence has bestowed many of us, it can also contribute to an increased sense … Continue reading 3 Essential Health Practices when Sheltering in Place
100 Things to talk about that aren’t about the Coronavirus. Continue reading Can we talk about something else? 100 Things to talk about that aren’t about the Coronavirus.
A resource rich article about dealing with newly found stressors from quarantine. Continue reading Mental Health Tips for Families During School/Childcare Closings