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Stress
Janis Haggerty, MS Mindfulness has been a popular subject lately. “The Mindful Revolution” was on the cover of Time Magazine and it is now widely accepted as an important behavioral tool to enhance our ability to cope with our stressful and hectic lives. Research supports mindfulness and meditation as ways to reduce anxiety, depression, and...
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Written by: Don Zaksek, PhD, LP As a clinical psychologist who oversees a small practice, I’ve spent many hours over the past few weeks discussing COVID 19. People’s fears, frustration, sadness, loneliness, guilt and shame have been an ever-present topic and remain on the forefront of my mind. Sometimes my friends and family ask if...
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Mental-Health
The most powerful tool in our mental toolbox is our ability to focus and be on task, even when our mental health is at stake. Many people do not realize the benefits of mentally focused work, such as leading meetings or delivering speeches that are well thought out and polished. A person who is mentally...
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college stress
As summer is quickly turning to fall, for many young people this means that it’s time to go BACK TO SCHOOL. While parents often look forward to the structure that the school-year offers, for students, this can be a very stressful time. Especially for new college students, back to school can mean a new school,...
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