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Too Much “Together Time”? 5 Stay-At-Home Strategies From a NJ Couples Therapist

Posted Posted in Adults, Lauren Grossbach, Online Therapy

When social distancing began, you knew you’d be spending more time with your partner at home, but perhaps you didn’t realize it would be for this long or feel this intense. Over two months into social distancing, couples are struggling to get along. You might have heard stories or seen memes on social media about […]

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6 Action-Steps for Health Anxiety During COVID-19

Posted Posted in Adults, Anxiety, Julie Marshall, Online Therapy

News headlines. Death tolls. Toilet paper shortages. Financial insecurity. Conspiracy theories. Masks and gloves. Empty shelves. These are the images and experiences we are encountering daily during the current pandemic. It’s tough to fathom not feeling anxious at this point. And honestly, the anxiety that you are feeling is understandable given so many uncertainties and […]

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Managing Distress for Hospital Staff and EMS Workers Due to COVID-19

Posted Posted in Adults, Anxiety, Lisa Weiss, Online Therapy, Trauma

To New Jersey, New York and all the healthcare workers on the frontlines during this pandemic: Thank you. During a time of such distress and uncertainty, you continue to care for your patients. With limited supplies and a growing number of cases, this will put your anxiety into overdrive. Paying close attention to your mental […]

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Maintaining Your Routine from Home

Posted Posted in Adults, Anxiety, Online Therapy

Mental health experts often stress the benefits of maintaining a consistent routine. You may have spent months or even years cultivating a routine. This may have helped you to maintain your physical and mental health. This may include following a gym schedule, prepping healthy meals, and consistently making plans with friends. Exercise, healthy eating, and […]

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5 Essential Steps You can Take to Cope with COVID-19 Anxiety

Posted Posted in Adults, Anxiety, Fawn McNeil-Haber, Online Therapy

If you are struggling to cope with COVID-19 anxiety, you are not alone. With new adjustments and feelings of uncertainty, it can be hard to manage your anxiety. Keeping your mental health in check is just as important as your physical health.  In fact, managing your mental health will strengthen your immune system. And we […]

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Braving the Quarantine- 5 ways to Cope with Social Distancing and the COVID-19 Outbreak

Posted Posted in Adults, Lisa Weiss, Online Therapy

Like many of us, you may be counting the days you’ve been quarantined inside your home due to COVID-19. You’re also probably making Instagram stories captioned “Day X of quarantine” with a snapshot of what your day has consisted of.  Even if you were previously more of a homebody, not being able to go out […]

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5 Must-Haves in Your Routine to Manage Your Mental Health During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Posted Posted in Adults, Fawn McNeil-Haber

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed daily life.  Our brains thrive on routine, stability and predictability.  In the wake of the coronavirus, anxiety has spiked due to the instability and uncertainty of the pandemic.  There are ways that we can help our brain to adjust to the changes and produce some calm. Having a formal routine […]

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The W’s of Self-Care for Busy and Tired Moms

Posted Posted in Adults, Lauren Grossbach, New Moms, Parents

You’ve probably heard people talking about self-care lately. Scrolling through Facebook it’s hard to not see something related to self-care, “treating yourself”, or “taking time for you”. If you’re a mom (or soon-to-be mom), the idea of taking time to care for yourself might seem like a silly, unrealistic daydream. For a moment, you might […]