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Do I Have OCD?

  Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) in adults and children is more common than you might think. In the United States, about 1 in 100 adults and at least 1 in 200 kids and teens have OCD. [1] [2] How do you know if you or a loved one may be experiencing

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Retrain Your Brain – Challenging Cognitive Distortions

It’s happened to almost everyone.  You come home from a hard day.  You are trying to relax and watch TV when the thought pops in your head… remember that time I said that super embarrassing thing two years ago? It was so awkward…  The thought continues to linger throughout the night,

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Make your mental health a priority during Coronavirus

Like most of us, you’ve probably seen hotly debated statistics about the Coronavirus. Despite the risk of losing you after the first sentence, I’m going to give you one more statistic.  When it comes to our lives and our mental health, one hundred percent (100%) of us have been affected

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How to Reframe Your Anxious Thoughts

Time in isolation can sometimes give rise to negative or distorted thinking that is frequently followed by feelings of despair or panic. We all fall into traps of catastrophizing, fortune telling, or comparing—to name a few. You may have found yourself thinking some of the following. Consider reframing your thoughts

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Quarantine: Making the Adjustment With Your College Student

We’re in an adjustment period. Most of us are almost three weeks into this virus-induced quarantine. I am sure I am not alone in welcoming my college sons back into the nest while also praying fervently that this thing ends so they can return to school in the fall. Figuring

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COVID-19 Pandemic: Parenting and Working From Home

Support for parents taking on new roles as a result of social distancing measures. Due to Covid-19 parents all over the world are being thrust into working from home and are now being asked to also manage their children’s remote learning. Maybe your job is demanding, your child struggles to take educational direction from you, or you have

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COVID-19 Pandemic: Parents, Your Teen Needs You More Than Ever

How to enforce social distancing without hurting your relationship with your teen. Parents are getting serious push back from teens about social distancing. While our perception might be that they’re on their phones all the time anyway, the fact is, they’re still craving connection – just like us. So, what

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