CBT is the strongest, research-backed therapeutic approach in the treatment of anxiety disorders and, additionally, to be very effective for a whole host of other mental health issues. Come learn more about it! Read More >

Panic is a normal, necessary physical response to the brain perceiving a significant threat.  We release adrenaline to prepare ourselves to fight or flee (run away). The trouble is, when our brains can't tell the difference between a physical threat and an emotional one...here comes a "panic attack!" Read More >

It is literally impossible to be truly breathing in a relaxed way and to be experiencing a full-blown panic attack at the same time. Add relaxation breathing as another tool in your tool chest! Read More >

When panic attacks strike, anxious people can worry so much that they might happen again, they actually develop a "fear of the fear." This kind of fear is what starts to make a person's world smaller and smaller as they avoid more and more situations that might trigger panic. BUT, this can be turned around! Read More >

Worried about conversation around the Thanksgiving table? Or maybe when you that you need to respond to that crazy thing your cousin just posted on Facebook. There are ways to express yourself that sidesteps starting World War III! Read More >

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Parents, understandably, can really struggle with their child's addiction. Learn about how some families are making financial decisions as well as supportive parenting and emotional resources that can help you to not feel so alone and give you the tools that you need to navigate this very difficult path. Read More >

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[video src="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=95ovIJ3dsNk" width="100%" height="350px" border="no" type="youtube"][/video] Dr. Nadine Burke Harris is a pediatrician who explains repeated stress of... Read More >

In the video above, Oprah is getting the word out about about the impact of chronic trauma experienced during a person’s childhood. She learns from trauma expert, Dr. Bruce Perry, that kids who have considerable chronic trauma in their young lives are at significantly higher risk of “almost any kind of physical health, mental health, social health problem that you can think of.” Read More >