Subtle Signs of Anxiety You May Not Know About

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Subtle Signs of Anxiety You May Not Know About

Subtle Signs of Anxiety You May Not Know About

Anxiety is a mental health condition that impacts 40 million adults in the United States each year. This number is staggering, and it still likely under-represents how many individuals have anxiety disorders due to the stigma around mental illness. The Read More ›

The Pros and Cons of “Mind-Wandering”

The Pros and Cons of "Mind-Wandering"

The human brain spends much of its time wandering, whether it be while working or performing routine tasks like running errands. Mind-wandering occurs when a person is thinking about something other than the task, such as past events or things Read More ›

Understanding How Stress Impacts the Body

Understanding How Stress Impacts the Body

There will be times in your life when you need to experience stress, as it is essential for your growth. Simply put, low-level stress is actually healthy, leading to feeling engaged, stimulated, and able to experience everyday life without it Read More ›

Understanding Your Window of Tolerance

Understanding Your Window of Tolerance

A person’s “window of tolerance” refers to the upper and lower thresholds at which they can effectively manage their emotions and respond to circumstances while under stress. Those suffering from post-traumatic stress may have narrower windows, making life more challenging Read More ›

The Connection Between the Mind, Body, and Music

The Connection Between the Mind, Body, and Music

Music has been used for thousands of years to treat psychological disturbances and physical illnesses. Research continues to demonstrate that this traditional knowledge has merit; music is an effective therapeutic intervention for mental health disorders and addiction. Clients can get Read More ›

Expanding Your Window of Tolerance

Expanding Your Window of Tolerance

Everybody has a different window of tolerance. “Window of tolerance” is a term used to describe the bounds you have within you so that you can function optimally in your everyday life. Getting outside of your window of tolerance happens Read More ›

Dealing With Seasonal Depression

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Seasonal depression, also known as seasonal affective disorder (SAD) or the “winter blues,” is a common condition that gets triggered at the same time each year, usually in the fall. While it may be common to experience seasonal depression in Read More ›

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