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The Thing We Don’t Talk About

By Krista Bassani, LPC Associate / October 27, 2022

Trigger Warning: suicide September comes with many things: fall leaves, cooler temperatures, and children back at school. Another topic you may have coincided with in September is Suicide Awareness month. Posts statistics and facts are posted all over social media during this month, but what does it really mean to have suicidal thoughts? What is […]

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Self-Care in the Morning

By Madison Wilie / June 29, 2021

Mornings are often regarded as the worst time of the day. You have to get out of bed (yuck), prepare for your day, and either go to work, school or do household chores. However, the morning can become an instrumental part of your self-care practices and set the tone for the rest of your day.  […]

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Dealing with Social Anxiety

By Madison Wilie / June 21, 2021

After spending the past year in self-isolation, many people are discovering that the prospect of social situations is causing a level of anxiety they didn’t feel before. Whether that fear is centered around spreading germs, making conversation, or being overstimulated, here are a few coping mechanisms that can help you get through social situations and, […]

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Boost Your Self-Esteem

By Madison Wilie / June 14, 2021

Self-esteem is an important part of a healthy mindset. However, it is often easy to deplete but difficult to build up. Whether you are dealing with a pessimistic internal dialogue or negative self-talk, allowing intrusive thoughts to become more prevalent can have a damaging effect on your wellbeing.  To combat this, we’ve compiled a list […]

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Isolation & Mental Health

By Kaitlyn DeLeon, LPC / June 7, 2021

Given the hectic and busy world that we live in, time by yourself is necessary. It is important to take time to engage in self-care, have a weekend in, or take a break from social media and life stressors. While engaging in these activities is beneficial, and oftentimes needed, it’s important that we make space […]

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Managing Your Anger

By Madison Wilie / June 2, 2021

Everyone gets angry at one point or another. Whether it’s because a car on the freeway cut you off or your five-year-old made a masterpiece out of your white couch, anger is a perfectly normal thing to feel. However, anger can become a problem.  When anger negatively affects others, hinders performance at school or work, […]

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Stop Anxiety Before it Happens

By Natalie Wilie, LPC / April 6, 2021

Do you have anxiety? Have you ever had a panic attack before? If so, you know exactly what I mean when I say that panic attacks can be frightening. They can make you feel as though you are out of control, in danger, or even dying. The good news is, you have the ability to […]

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Social Support

By Natalie Wilie, LPC / November 4, 2020

How Important is it to Your Overall Health and Wellbeing? Social support can be described as the physical and emotional comfort we receive through social ties to others, such as family, friends, co-workers, etc. It’s the love and acceptance we feel from belonging to a community of people who care about us. Social support is […]

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