Tag: anxiety

What Is a “Little t” Trauma?

What Is a “Little t” Trauma?

By Jaime Castillo, LCSW, author of What Happened to Make You Anxious? “Trauma” has become a big buzzword in recent conversations about mental health. As we have collectively become more… READ MORE

Navigating Your Reflection on Zoom

Navigating Your Reflection on Zoom

By Tara Well, PhD, author of Mirror Meditation The rise of Zoom has created unprecedented changes in how we communicate—and how we see ourselves and each other. As a result,… READ MORE

Anxiety in Session

Anxiety in Session

By Christina Reese, PhD We’ve all been there. A client is sharing a traumatic experience. They are talking about an incident of anxiety during the week. Or, they are having… READ MORE

Leave Toxic Shame Behind

Leave Toxic Shame Behind

By Sherrie Campbell, PhD, author of Adult Survivors of Toxic Family Members What is toxic shame? It’s a poisonous mixture of painful feelings, including but not limited to regret, overwhelming… READ MORE

5 Ways to Manage Your Health Anxiety

5 Ways to Manage Your Health Anxiety

By Karen Lynn Cassiday, PhD, author of Freedom From Health Anxiety Does your mind get stuck on worry that a bump, rash, headache, or illness symptom is the beginning of… READ MORE

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