Tag: anxiety

What Are Social Rhythms?

What Are Social Rhythms?

By Holly A. Swartz, MD, author of The Social Rhythm Therapy Workbook for Bipolar Disorder Social rhythms are interpersonal or socially regulated factors that affect circadian rhythms. Social rhythms are… READ MORE

Thinking Skills

Thinking Skills

By Michael A. Tompkins, PhD, ABPP, author of The Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Workbook Have you ever wondered why one person gets very angry when cut off in traffic whereas another… READ MORE

Letting Go of Worry

Letting Go of Worry

By Brian L. Thompson, PhD As an anxiety specialist, clients often ask me what to do when they’re stuck in worry. Although I strive to help clients discover what works… READ MORE

Avoiding Overthinking Physical Sensations

Avoiding Overthinking Physical Sensations

By Melanie McNally, PsyD, author of The Emotionally Intelligent Teen Sometimes people become overly sensitive to body sensations and interpret every single one as meaning something, when that’s just not… READ MORE

Change Where You Are, Not Who You Are

Change Where You Are, Not Who You Are

By Ijeoma C. Nwaogu, PhD, author of Overcoming Imposter Anxiety You’ve likely experienced moments when you’ve felt like an outsider, unworthy of your surroundings, or compelled to conform to an… READ MORE

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