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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 Rheeda Walker, PhD, author of The Unapologetic Guide to Black Mental Health

A Racist System Cannot Fix Itself

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 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.

By Janina Scarlet, author of Dark Agents, Book One: Violet and the Trial of Trauma

I will never forget the day I learned that Sherlock Holmes died. I was nine. My mother was working late, and my father was making mashed potatoes for dinner. The story’s ominous title, “The Final Problem,” sent chills down my bones and I had a very bad feeling while reading it.

By Ryan M. Niemiec, PsyD, author of The Strengths-Based Workbook for Stress Relief

Would you believe that a Google search on “stress management” brings up 27.5 million hits?

There are so many ways to talk about stress and how to manage it but an area that gets almost no attention, in fact so little that we could call it a “secret,” is one of the most impactful and positive tools—and it’s free.

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