Understanding Bipolar Illness and Unipolar Depression

By | Psychiatry

Have you tried a couple different antidepressant medications for at least a month (e.g. Prozac, Zoloft, Wellbutrin, Cymbalta, or Lexapro) but still experience depressive symptoms, like anxiety, sleep disturbances, lack of interest in your hobbies? Have antidepressant medications caused you to feel overly activated, increased restlessness, irritability, or higher levels…

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When Your Partner Cheats: How to Heal After an Affair

By | Couples Therapy, Sexuality

Esther Perel, psychologist and writer of State of Affairs, describes an affair as, “something that is universally forbidden yet universally practiced.” While accurate statistics are hard to come by, the reality is that in the U.S., 26-70% of folks will experience a partner’s infidelity. “Cheating,” “straying,” “committing adultery” “two-timing”… all…

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Why do I feel depressed? (Part 1)

By | Depression

I have a lot going for me. Why do I feel depressed? You might have a general sense of depression but can’t identify a root cause to justify feeling depressed or anxious. Some people realize something is off when they’re surrounded by friends and still feel alone. For others, it’s…

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man eating froyo as self care therapy

What is Self Care?

By | Blog

If you have sat in a therapist’s office before, chances are you may have been asked about your “self-care” practices. Sitting here now, you may be wondering what that really means. For many, the concept of “self-care” is a foreign one. In answering the question, some feel inclined to refer…

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3 Ways Data Can Improve Psychotherapy Outcomes

By | Therapy

Want to get more out of therapy? Data can help. Most research shows that psychotherapy works. People who undergo some form of psychotherapy are better off than about 80% of those who go untreated. One way to make sure therapy is working the way it should is to measure it….

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Breathing and Mindfulness in Psychotherapy

By | Mindfulness

When your heart is open and you feel present, relaxed, and safe, oxygen literally flows more freely to your heart and throughout the body. With a relaxed mind and body you can breathe more deeply, increasing oxygen flow, stimulating the parasympathetic nervous system, and promoting a state of calmness. When…

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