Preparing to Return to Work

Preparing to Return to Work

Whether you are eager or not to return to work, companies are beginning the shift back to at least a partial week in the office. Many employers feel that face to face interaction helps with communication and camaraderie. The Dreaded Return to Work You may feel...
2021 State of Mind

2021 State of Mind

As the pandemic continues, we are seeing the highest levels of anxiety and depression since we first learned about COVID-19 back in February of 2020. We have been sheltered with only essential businesses allowed to remain open. Many people have lost their jobs, and...
Holidays and Mental Health

Holidays and Mental Health

The holidays have always been a time of high expectations, but for many people, the holiday season is not the most wonderful time of the year. For many, the holidays are a spotlight on everything that is wrong, or difficult, or challenging. If you suffer from...
The Impact of COVID-19 on Mental Health

The Impact of COVID-19 on Mental Health

It’s been a lonely and financially stressful year for many people. That has had far-reaching consequences on the mental health of everyone, from the young to the old. Day after day, it’s been a struggle, loss of jobs and the school year, strained...
Family Balance During COVID-19

Family Balance During COVID-19

When the world was ordered to work from home, many people were pleased about not having to drive to work. But reality dawned. Now, many parents wish that they could leave the house and go to work like the good old days. Remote working with kids around can be a major...
Addiction

Addiction

Relationships

Relationships

Bipolar

Bipolar Disorders

Dementia

Dementia

Anger

Anger Management

Job Loss

Job Loss or Change

PTSD

PTSD

Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence

Conflict

Conflict

ADHD

ADHD

Anxiety

Anxiety

Loneliness

Loneliness & Isolation

Depression

Depression

Grief

Grief Management