Navigating change in interpersonal relationships by Chioma Ofodile, MHC Intern

2023-12-05T16:13:43-05:00December 5th, 2023|

Relationships change, evolving into something new or coming to an end. For example, a child becoming the caretaker of a parent, the end of a therapy relationship due to the clinician leaving or transitioning from lovers to co-parents, etc. Changing relationship types or roles can [...]

Exploring Eating Disorders

2023-09-01T10:20:57-04:00September 1st, 2023|

Eating disorders are classified as frequent disturbances in the consumption or absorption of food in a manner that causes distress or impairs one's mental, physical, or social functioning. Examples of eating disorders include pica, binge eating disorder, bulimia nervosa, anorexia nervosa, rumination disorder, and avoidant/restrictive [...]

Healthy Self-Improvement

2023-09-01T10:18:01-04:00September 1st, 2023|

A buzzword and goal for many people is ‘self improvement’. New Year's resolutions are built around it, we may make plans that tomorrow we’ll make some great change and instantly be the person we want to be, and so on do the thoughts go. Self [...]

Caregiving Role Reversal: How to Care for Yourself as you Care for your Parents

2023-09-01T10:05:13-04:00September 1st, 2023|

It is inevitable that our parents/guardians will age and need more help eventually. The logistics and emotions involved with the caretaking of your aging parents is immense, and there are a host of resources for adult children to utilize. Articles and resources on caretaking of [...]

Gambling Addiction

2023-03-06T13:34:49-05:00March 6th, 2023|

Games of chance have become a common form of entertainment, with varying degrees of stakes involved. While some only risk digital items, others involve real money in significant amounts. Unfortunately, many individuals struggle with managing their desire to play these games, and this can lead [...]

Understanding Eating Disorders and Their Warning Signs

2023-02-08T11:11:06-05:00February 8th, 2023|

The National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) week is celebrated in the last week of February each year. NEDA’s purpose is to promote awareness of eating disorders and give hope to those in recovery and their families. Eating disorders can affect people of all ages, racial and [...]

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