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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 […]

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Teen Depression: Is My Teen Depressed?

Posted Posted in Children, Lisa Weiss, Parents, Teens

Have you noticed that your once motivated and social teen has lost their drive and/or interest? Experiencing sadness, irritability, inability to focus and fatigue are all normal experiences  throughout one’s life. However, if these feelings are troubling your teen or impacting your teen’s ability fully participate in school, social life, or extracurriculars, it may be […]