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There are many strategies for dealing with anxiety in college, but some are unhealthy. We’ll share common triggers and healthy ways to cope.
There is no doubt that pets and humans have a very special bond. 95% of pet owners look at their pet as a part of their family, while many people...
The terms ‘anxiety attack’ and ‘panic attack’ are often interchanged. Knowing the symptoms and differences can make them easier to recognize and manage.
Jolene Conway, LPC, provides four ways to cope with unexpected changes the pandemic has caused.
Exam anxiety can cause racing thoughts, poor concentration, and nausea. Here are a few of the ways to combat exam anxiety and shift focus toward success.
Here are some practical tips to help you find balance during a hectic holiday season.
Learn helpful tips, that will help you in coping with change in your therapeutic journey and in everyday life.
In this article, we’ll share three tips to help you navigate the return to “normal” — whatever that looks like for you.
Do you get fearful when talking to strangers? Are you uncomfortable at parties? You may have social anxiety. While it’s common to feel some discomfort...
Anxiety can often be difficult to understand. Know how to separate myths from facts about this mental health condition.
Here are some tips to navigate anxiety and anxiety-related feelings as your family transitions back to school, whether virtual or in-person.
The Anxiety Sisters, Maggie Saracheck and Abbe Greenberg, share their six strategies to help support children experiencing anxiety.
In this article, we’ll explain what the GAD-7 is and how your therapist can use it to diagnose anxiety and evaluate your symptoms.