How Traumas Create Negative Patterns in Relationships By Melanie Greenberg Ph.D. 8/13/19 Traumas are extreme life events that threaten your physical or psychological survival. A percentage of people who experience traumas have clinically diagnosable post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), but many more have trauma-related symptoms like physiological reactivity to triggers, panic attacks, chronic anxiety, feelings of anger or numbness, or a loss of… Read More How Traumas Create Negative Patterns in Relationships By Melanie Greenberg Ph.D. 8/13/19
Anxious People Also Get Anxious From Relaxing There’s a name for these feelings: relaxation-induced anxiety. By Shayla Love 03 October 2019 This article originally appeared on VICE US. Is there anything more stressful than relaxing? The abject terror of a friend bringing you to a meditation class; the restless, sinister feeling of savasana during yoga;… Read More Anxious People Also Get Anxious From Relaxing By Shayla Love 03, October 2019
Health Benefits Of Crying Include Reducing Stress, A New Study Suggests By BRANDI NEAL Jul 22, 2019 If you’ve ever attempted to hold back tears, then you know that trying to stop yourself from crying can be more difficult than letting the tears flow. While there can be an unnecessary stigma around crying, new research found… Read More Health Benefits Of Crying Include Reducing Stress, A New Study Suggests By BRANDI NEAL Jul 22, 2019
Resilience Guide for Parents & Teachers from the American Psychological Association We tend to idealize childhood as a carefree time, but youth alone offers no shield against the emotional hurts and traumas many children face. Children can be asked to deal with problems ranging from adapting to a new classroom to bullying by classmates… Read More Resilience Guide for Parents & Teachers from the American Psychological Association
Clutter Is A Trigger Of Stress And Anxiety, Psychologists Say By: Riley Cooper Imagine this: you come home after having a hard day at work and the first thing you notice when you walk through the door is that the whole place looks like a bomb went off. Your kids have made piles of clothes,… Read More Clutter Is A Trigger Of Stress And Anxiety, Psychologists Say By Riley Cooper
Therapist’s Pick/Book of the Month Therapist: Dawn Krull MA, MS, TLLP Theme: Mindfulness, reflection Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff…and it’s all small stuff by Richard Carlso, PH.D.(1997) is a great coffee table book that reminds us to slow down and enjoy life. It’s packed with stress management and personal growth tips and techniques. The sections… Read More Book of the Month: Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff…and it’s all small stuff by Richard Carlso, PH.D.
How to Rewire and Stay Cool Under Pressure Posted Oct 28, 2018 If you’re like most people, you might not even know about your own brain, and yet your brain is who you are. It is the boss of your mind and body. So it’s important to know what it’s up to, especially when you’re under… Read More 3 Life-Changing Steps to Chill Your Stressed-Out Brain, By: Bryan E. Robinson Ph.D., [psychologytoday.com], Two Paths Integrative Wellness, LLC, Farmington Hills, MI 48834
Mindful Brain Exercises By Dr. Vanessa Brown Mindfulness is a type of meditation that involves being aware of the present moment. It means not allowing yourself to get lost in thoughts, instead coming back to your current experience in the here-and-now. It is a lovely practice for anyone, but can be especially helpful for those… Read More Mindful Brain Exercises: Anxiety and Stress Aid, Two Paths Integrative Wellness, Farmington Hills MI