Posts in the ‘Life Skills’ Category

Multiple Suicides in Collegiate Student-Athletes

It saddens me deeply to hear of several recent suicides of collegiate athletes.  There is a great deal of pressure put on collegiate student-athletes and often times there is not enough support provided to them to assist them in dealing with this pressure.  In a recent conversation with a colleague who is employed at a

What to Know About Telehealth Therapy

Telehealth therapy became the norm during the pandemic and has really changed the field of psychology. Now most therapists offer telehealth, and it has been shown to be effective. Just like with face-to-face therapy, your confidentiality and privacy should be maintained. Telehealth can make this a little more challenging, but it is important to make

The One Thing That Warren Buffet Says That You Should Invest In

Warren Buffet is one of the wealthiest, successful people in the world and in this article, he is giving his advice on what he believes is the one investment that will produce a lifetime of returns.   You will be vey interested to see what he has to say! Read the article below to find

8 Habits That Are Killing Your Motivation

We all struggle with motivation at times.  There are many different reasons that we lack motivation but motivation is so important for us to function at work, school, home/family life, etc. There certainly are common reasons that we lack motivation and this article goes over them as well how to build and maintain motivation.

How Does the Tone of Your Voice Impact Communication???

I often hear, both in my person and professional life, that it is not what the person said but how the person said it that is upsetting to the other person. Specifically, the tone in which the person says it is what others find to be most upsetting. Well, as it turns out, the research suggests that

What Makes a Great Leader???

I often hear people debate whether someone is born to lead or if it can be learned. I believe that in order to be a good leader, you have to possess several different skills and skills can be learned. You might ask yourself, what are those skills it takes to be a good leader? The

Athletes and Motherhood

These two websites were recently brought to my attention, and I found them to be very interesting.  It made me realize that I have never had a client who was a professional athlete but also a mother.  Is that a coincidence?  I had never really thought about that until now.  Turns out there are very

The Long Tail of Covid-19: Is the Us Healthcare System Ready for the Mental Health Crisis That Will Follow the Pandemic

In all the years that I have been practicing in the mental health field, I have never seen so many people reaching out for mental health services.  I am glad that people are asking for help, but what this means is that so many people are suffering from mental health issues as a result of

5 Tips for Being the Parent All Teens Would Love

Don’t we all want to be the parents our children want?!? Easier said than done, right?!?  There is no one right way to parent because every child has different needs when it comes to parents, but there are some common mistakes we make. Read the article below to see if you are making any of these common

6 Tips on How to Effectively Manage Worrisome Intrusive Thoughts

We ALL have intrusive thoughts, most of which tend to be worrisome in nature. If you do not feel as though you do, you probably do but just are not consciously aware of it. It is very important to pay attention to our thoughts because our thoughts affect how we feel which impacts our behavior

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