4 ways to cope with COVID work anxiety

4 ways to cope with COVID work anxiety

It’s hard to ignore the universal feeling of underlying anxiety now, and one place we can’t stop talking about it? Work. Whether you’re working from home, back in the office, or never left your work, the rules and how we feel about them have shifted.  The issue with...
Top relaxation tips our therapists actually use

Top relaxation tips our therapists actually use

During a particularly stressful time, have you ever had someone tell you to “just relax?” Ugh, if only it were that easy, right? Giving yourself permission to take it easy, and learning how to actually do so, is a skill that doesn’t come easy to a lot of us. In fact,...
6 ways to deal with imposter syndrome

6 ways to deal with imposter syndrome

Sometimes it seems like everyone else has it all figured out, and here we are, struggling to understand the basics. You know what the funny thing is? Most of these other people feel the same way. This frustrating undercurrent of self-doubt is our old pal imposter...
9 ways to be mindful without meditating

9 ways to be mindful without meditating

You’ve likely heard about the benefits of mindfulness and maybe you’re even feeling curious enough to give it a try. But, if you’re like me, finding the time and space feels like an insurmountable challenge. Not to mention the act of fully slowing down and sitting...
Grief is messy: Why it looks different for everyone

Grief is messy: Why it looks different for everyone

One of the first things I tell my patients that have experienced a type of loss is that grief is unpredictable and, oftentimes, quite messy. You may have learned about how people move through the seven stages of grief (denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and...
Top tips from therapists for coping with parenting anxiety

Top tips from therapists for coping with parenting anxiety

Over the last 24 hours, how many anxious thoughts have you had in regards to your child? Maybe they were struggling with their homework, watching a bit too much television, or behaving in a way that surprised you. Did you lose your cool, want to scream, blame...