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By Michele L. Blume, PsyD, SEP, author of Mindful Somatic Awareness for Anxiety Relief

The world around us appears to be moving through some kind of transformation. Change abounds. And wherever there is change, there is usually fear. And wherever there is fear, there is usually an effort to suppress it. Or, often, to make it go away altogether.

By Joel Minden, PhD 

It’s important for clients to see the connection between difficult emotions and behavior. When anxiety, sadness, and anger consistently lead to avoidance, passivity, or explosive outbursts, it’s helpful to work on paying more attention to emotions, responding with acceptance, and making value-driven rather than emotional choices.  

These are extreme and uncertain times. From natural disasters to downsizing and automation to global pandemics that previously seemed unimaginable—not to mention political division about all of the above—we have more than enough to worry about.

By Colleen E. Carney, PhD, author of Goodnight Mind for Teens

Let’s talk about one of the simpler causes of sleep problems in young adults: losing sight of the importance of preparing for sleep.

We need to set the stage for sleep

By Colleen Ehrnstrom, PhD, ABPP and Alisha L. Brosse, PhD

Whether your clients have been furloughed or are working overtime (on the front line and/or at home), it’s likely that their sleep schedule and habits have been affected by the global pandemic. Stress and anxiety may also be taking a toll on their sleep.  

By Joel Minden, PhD, author of Show Your Anxiety Who's Boss

Action Not Avoidance: Three New Things to Learn

By Mark A. Reinecke, PhD, author of Little Ways to Keep Calm and Carry On

One thing is for sure: in this age of COVID-19, we are worried.

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