The Complexity of Eating Disorders

The Complexity of Eating Disorders

By Laura Vraney, PsyD A common misunderstanding of eating disorders is that sufferers “just want to lose weight.” It’s true that the expectations of “appearance” have intensified over the years. From the abundance of unhealthy weight loss programs to the number of...

Overcoming Depression One Step at at Time

By Thanos Napolias, MA As any living being can attest, problems are unavoidable. Some problems are simple and their solutions are relatively immediate, such as figuring out an alternative route to work when there is heavy traffic and running late to work. Other...

Have a Happy Summer!

Written by Peryl Agishtein Ahh, the fresh smell of mowed grass… no school… and sun, sun, sun! Many of us remember summer as one of the most favorite and relaxing time of the year. Did anyone else count down the days until school was out? But once we grow up, and often...

Four Strategies to Get Some Zzzzzzz’s

By Ariel Campbell Most adults have experienced symptoms of insomnia at some point in their lives. In fact, according to the National Sleep Foundation between 30-50% of adults have occasional difficulties falling or staying asleep, waking up early, or waking up not...

When It’s More Than Just a Little Stress

  Written by Talia Kaplan Consider the following three people: Joseph is a 35 year old married man whose father died from stomach cancer 5 years earlier. Recently, Joseph has begun to worry that he too may develop cancer. He has gone to several medical doctors...

Making New Years Resolutions Work

Written by Ariel Campbell For many of us, entering into the New Year can bring about thoughts of change. It can be a time of retrospection when we reflect on our life choices and consider improvements we would like to make. It’s probably the case that most of us, at...

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