Human beings are strangely quite skilled at holding on to things that hurt them. Whether it be something from the past that impacted us or a current situation or behavior, sometimes it’s extremely difficult to let go. We’re creatures of habit, and old ways of thinking and behaving die hard. In our attempt to avoid […]
Tuesday, February 7th I’ll be speaking to parents at Johns Creek High School about how to support your teen if they are dealing with stress and anxiety. If you have a child at Johns Creek High you can contact the school to register. It’s free!
The Atlanta Journal Constitution featured a story today about a blog written by a mother who suffered from postpartum depression. It’s filled with self-help tips and tons of good, factual information about postpartum depression and when you need to get help. Moms it’s worth checking out! http://postpartumprogress.com/
Therapists are far more than simple keepers of stories. Through their influence they have the power to re-write them – past, present, and future. This requires a tremendous responsibility; a therapist can do either damage or good. A good therapist does not write your story for you or edit with too heavy of a […]
The effects of multitasking and stress on the body is currently a very popular topic in research circles. Through new brain imaging techniques they are discovering that the expression “I’m feeling fried” is actually quite accurate. Not only does multitasking increase stress hormones in your body, but researchers can see the impact on the learning […]