September is National #SuicidePreventionMonth. Check out the new blog post from Alisha Yarberry, LPC, CRC where she explores how to address suicidal thoughts in either yourself or your loved ones.
We have all heard about anxiety, but what is it exactly? The American Psychological Association defines anxiety as “an emotion characterized by feelings of tension, worried thoughts and physical changes within the body”. Anxiety disorders are among the most commonly diagnosed disorders in the world, so if you have been diagnosed with anxiety or experience… Continue reading Anxiety: What is it and What Can We Do About it?
“It’s the most wonderful time of the year!” Did you sing the words? Of course, you did! The song is a staple and is sure to bring out your holiday spirit even in the sourest of moods. The most wonderful time of the year brings with it a spectrum of emotions from excited to stressed-to-the… Continue reading Holiday Self-Care