Four Meditation Myths

Many people know the benefits of meditation but are still hesitant to practice it. Although meditation seems like it should be simple, it can feel difficult for many people. There are many myths about meditation that scare people away from doing it regularly. Included in this blog are some ways to separate meditation myths from reality!

Measuring Your Anger

If you struggle with anger, taking the time to measure your angry outbursts can be a helpful tool. Anger has such a negative reputation because of the way people react when this emotion surfaces. I often tell clients that anger is a signal that flashes across our lives to indicate that something is happening which may be very important in that one moment in time.

Music and Your Mental Health

music and your mental health

Music tells stories and how music has a way of making you feel not so alone in the world. Have you ever thought about the correlation between music and your mental health? Music can reduce stress. Research supports this claim and has shown to have an impact on the autonomic … Read More

Work Stress

According to a survey of 2,000 workers by one of the nation’s top EAP providers, 60% of employees reported that they experienced high levels of stress. Another 32% said they experienced “constant, but manageable levels”. In other words, over 90% of employees deal with many levels of stress at work. … Read More

When Anger Masks Anxiety

When anger masks underlying anxiety, attacking anxiety can accelerate success. Skill building gives us the ability to interrupt escalating anxiety.

Five Questions to Ask About Your Worry

Anxiety is a prolonged form of stress that can be really detrimental when left untreated over time. Therapy has been shown to be extremely effective at treating anxiety and the accompanying symptoms. Reach out to a therapist to talk about how therapy could help your anxiety!

Let’s Talk About Anxiety

Anxiety issues come in several forms and can truly affect one’s life. Anxiety is highly treatable through psychotherapy that includes behavior and thought changes, medication, or both. Some of the anxiety disorders include Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD), Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Panic Disorder, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Social Phobias (Social Anxiety Disorder), and there are more.

Let’s Talk about Anger

Anger is one of the many emotions that naturally occur within us. Anger in and of itself is not a bad emotion; however, the way we express it may not be healthy or productive.