SMART Goals

Feel Like You Are Spinning Your Wheels? Try S.M.A.R.T. Goals! Written by: Dr. Samantha Myhre Picture this: It is January 1 and you are excited about the upcoming year. You think about all of the … Read more

How to Get Better Sleep

Tips for Improved Sleep Sleep is something we all have in common. It is essential for promoting physical, mental, and emotional health. However, lots of people struggle to get their Z’s in and sleep problems … Read more

Tips for Managing Holiday Stress

Tips for Managing Holiday Stress by Dr. Alina Khomenko It’s that time of year again! For many of us, the holiday season that brings joy, nostalgia, and magic, also brings with it stress and anxiety. With … Read more

What is Selective Mutism

Selective Mutism is an anxiety-disorder of childhood where a child demonstrates an inability to speak in certain social environments. A child may have difficulty speaking in one environment (speaks at home, but not at school) … Read more

Is my Teen Just Being a Teenager?

Is my Teen Just Being a Teenager? By Lauren Garfield, LMFT Your teen has withdrawn to their room, the light is off, their face illuminated by the glow of their phone. You bravely pop your … Read more

Mental Health Apps for Anxiety

Written by Dr. Alina Khomenko With technology continuously and steadily evolving, various ways of helping people that are struggling with mental health issues are surfacing through the use of self-help and therapy applications (apps). Many … Read more

Promoting Mental Wellness in the Classroom

10 Tips for Teachers: Promoting Mental Wellness in the Classroom by: Dr. Samantha Myhre  Understanding the emotional and behavioral needs of each student can feel overwhelming. Check out these tips to help promote mental wellness … Read more

Book Recommendations For Anxiety

Books For Adults Gratitude Diaries By: Janice Kaplan When we deal with anxiety, we may find our thinking patterns to be more on the negative side. This book combines personal experience of the author with … Read more

Panic Disorder: Is Kendra Losing Control?

Part II: The Fear and Behavior Changes that Define Panic Disorder A month and a half has passed since Kendra first went to the ER, the night she spent worrying she was dying instead of enjoying her … Read more

Tips For Managing Anxiety And Stress

An estimated 40 million American adults and one in eight children experience anxiety disorders. If you or your child is experiencing anxiety and stress, try practicing a few of the strategies outlined above. For more … Read more

Panic Disorder: Is Kendra Dying?

Part I: The Unexpected Terror that Defines Panic Attacks Meet Kendra, a 23-year-old recent college graduate working in a law firm. It’s Friday night and she just finished up at the office. She is headed to … Read more

Coping With Anxiety About The Election

Misti Nicholson, PsyD While every election causes some anxiety, this year’s election is particularly contentious and it is something we are discussing a lot in our offices. People are reporting anxiety, worry, anger, and uncertainty … Read more