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How Samantha Used Self-Talk To Turn Her Anxiety Around
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How Samantha Used Self-Talk To Turn Her Anxiety Around

Samantha is a 34-year-old teacher who, like many people, struggles with anxiety and depression. She has a hard time motivating herself to get out of bed in the mornings knowing her day will be full of worry and…

Flying from Anxiety in January
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Flying from Anxiety in January

Not only does January mean the beginning of a new year, it also means the end of the holiday season. While for a blessed few the holidays is a time of peace, joy, and happiness, for many it…

Create Balance: Living Well in the Midst of Anxiety
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Create Balance: Living Well in the Midst of Anxiety

We think anxiety is “bad” in our culture, and that it needs to be alleviated. We may think something is wrong with us if we experience anxiety. Fortunately, about a hundred years ago, two Harvard physicians found that…

Ivana Moore, Resident Therapist

Ivana Moore, Resident Therapist

Resident Therapist Ivana Moore Life struggles are eminent, sometimes known, and other times unknown and hidden from us. These struggles are real and they affect us, our partners, and families in ways that may reduce our capacity for…

When trauma is “the norm”: About CPTSD
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When trauma is “the norm”: About CPTSD

Children who experience repeated insults, shame, or humiliation start to believe what they are told about themselves. More so, the mind and body start to try and cope with the trauma by disconnecting from the experience and body, which can lead to chronic psychological, physiological, and emotional issues and difficulties. These difficulties can impair a person’s overall functioning in childhood and adulthood.

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