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Meet Attachment Theory!

Valentine’s Day is once again upon us, and for those who struggle with intimate relationships, it can be an unwelcome reminder of our limitations in love. Whether you are in a relationship, recovering from one that has just ended or looking for one, attachment theory ...

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Smooth Transition To The New Year!

Holidays are upon us, and it is a stressful time for some. As a mental health professional, I have gathered some resources I hope you can benefit from. Time for self-care! BE GOOD TO YOURSELF Show yourself compassion no matter what you went through this year, or are ...

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Nutrition and Mental Health

“LET FOOD BE THY MEDICINE” — HIPPOCRATES As with our physical health, our body—and what we put into it—is responsible for much of our mental health. How we feel and what we think depends, in part, on how well the system of our body functions. When emotional, ...

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Let’s Talk About CBT

Chances are that if you’ve found this article, then you’ve been looking into starting therapy. As someone looking into starting therapy, you’re probably seeing a whole lot of mentions of CBT, or cognitive behavioral therapy. While much of its popularity is due to ...

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Your First Counseling Session

When it comes to counseling services, one of the biggest hurdles many people face is preparing for their first session. This is especially true in Manhattan, where everyone is busy pursuing their dreams and keeping up with a life that never seems to stop moving. It can ...

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Work With What’s Right In Front Of You

My clinical work in Manhattan is flourishing with clients who live in their heads. They are anxious or depressed, and they are trapped in the middle of their thinking mind. It’s the worst sort of imprisonment. I know; I’ve been there. The mind of an anxious and/or ...

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