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  • Overcoming Phobias & Irrational Fears: How Ann Got Her Groove Back
    Every one of us encounters situations that make us anxious, uncomfortable and yes, even fearful. It is part of the human experience and a primal urge that keeps us safe and prepared. Unlike these normal fears, fears from phobias are excessive, out-of-control and involuntary reactions that are not proportional to the circumstances, risks or dangers. While many who suffer from phobias realize that their distress is unwarranted and irrational, the anxiety persists, leaving them feeling like powerless participants in their own life story. Read more
  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy & Hope for Better Mental Health
    It’s often said that necessity is the mother of invention. And never has this proverb been more relevant than the story of Dr. Marsha Linehan and how her own mental illness contributed to the development of a groundbreaking new psychotherapy treatment called Dialectical Behavior Therapy, better known as DBT. Read more
  • How to prepare for the DBT experience
    Dialectical behavior therapy is a treatment that was developed by Dr. Marsha Linehan in the 1980s. It was originally designed to treat borderline personality disorder, but has since been proven to be an effective treatment for a whole host of mental health disorders, including depression, PTSD, and anxiety. Read more
  • What Is A Personality Disorder?
    Do you or a loved one have a personality disorder? Learn more about personality disorders in the first installment of our two part personality disorder blog series. Read more
  • Decreasing Holiday Anxiety
    Are you dreading the holiday season or are you ready? Either way most people feel nervous as Christmas comes closer. Read on to learn how to manage holiday anxiety. Read more
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