Tag: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

How to Survive a Quarantine in the Age of the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

March 21, 2020
As a psychotherapist, one of my central approaches to helping others is the use of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. This approach is founded on challenging distorted thoughts that tend to foster...

How to Improve Mental Health – Stop Coping!

November 5, 2018
[Published in Natural Awakening’s magazine, September 2018 edition.] Yes, you read the title of this article correctly – a therapist just told you to stop coping in order to improve...

Understanding Grief: The Five Stages

August 6, 2018
[As printed in The Women’s Lifestyle Magazine of Greater Kalamazoo, July 2018 Edition] It would be nice if life was made only of blissful moments. However, we all know that...

The Significance of The Lotus

July 27, 2018
For those of you who have been to my office, seen my business cards, or have browsed my website, you may have wondered about the significance behind the design of...

How to Support a Loved One in Therapy

May 30, 2018
[While my time meeting with clients is focused how I can help them directly, it has struck me that it is also important to address the culture of change that...

How to Quiet the Bully in your Head

February 22, 2018
[Published in Natural Awakening’s magazine, November 2017 edition.] How often do you find yourself getting caught up in a spiral of negative thinking? “Shame on me!”, “I cannot believe I...

How to Manage Stress

December 4, 2017
[As printed in The Women’s LifeStyle Magazine of Greater Kalamazoo, September 2017 Edition] Let’s face it: we are all busy. There is a lot to balance as women – work;...

How to Handle Emotions

September 7, 2017
[Published in Natural Awakening’s magazine, September 2017 edition.] Emotions are challenges in themselves. When we feel happy, we bask in the glory of how good it feels. Yet, when we...

How to Manage Anxiety: Stop Telling Stories!

March 28, 2017
One of my specialties as a therapist is teaching others how to manage anxiety. In my work with others on this topic, I have found that anxiety is an old...

Treatment for Anxiety and Depression: The Case for Avoiding “Why?”

January 24, 2017
“Why?” can be a powerful, yet dangerous question to ask. “Why?” explores causality and can provide insight. However, it can also be a black hole contributing to anxiety and despair....
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