1. Learning Disability: How Is It Diagnosed? Will the Diagnosis Help Your Child? Do you think your child might have a learning disability?

    Do you think your child might have a learning disability? The signs of learning disabilities begin at an early age but can be overlooked or missed often until the 2nd or 3rd grade when a focus on testing and independent work becomes more common. Teachers and parents alike often shrug the signs off. They believe that the child will catch up or may just “not be interested” in learning. While in …Read More

  2. Tips for Coping with Insomnia

    Insomnia is a burden that interferes with your daily functioning. If you have a hard time falling and/or staying asleep, you may feel like a zombie, just shuffling through your day until you can collapse into bed and once again, struggle to sleep. Sometimes, insomnia isn’t as simple as changing certain lifestyle habits. If this is the case for you, you may benefit from our cognitive behavioral t…Read More

  3. How To Help Your Spouse with ADHD

    You love your partner with ADHD. When you first started dating, it was exciting to be with someone so spontaneous, active, and outgoing. You may have thought very little about their ADHD because it didn’t stop them from being an exciting and loving partner. Yet once the honeymoon period was over and you started to build a life together, problems began to pop up. Maybe your spouse needs to follow…Read More

  4. 5 More Signs Your Child May Need Therapy

    Your child is your whole world, so when something seems off about them, it can be extremely distressing. Whether they have changed their sleeping or eating patterns, are moodier than usual, or there is a major change going on in their life, you may be considering taking your child to therapy. In our previous blog, we started going over signs that your child may need therapy. Social Isolation It’…Read More

  5. Does My Child Need Therapy?

    It goes without saying that you want the best for your child. From the moment they were born, you care and want them to thrive. This can make it very painful when things aren’t going well for them, and you might be at a loss as to what to do. If your kid is struggling emotionally or behaviorally, you may be considering bringing them to a child psychologist. If you are located in or near Eastches…Read More

  6. How to Cope with Depression at Work

    When you are clinically depressed, it means managing the symptoms of your condition on an ongoing basis. Unfortunately, life can’t be put on hold for your depression, and this can be particularly stressful at work. You want to be as successful as possible at your job, but when you are dealing with depression symptoms such as fatigue, difficulty concentrating, and low mood, it can feel impossible…Read More

  7. 6 Organization Tips for People with ADHD

    When you have attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), things that may seem simple to some can feel overwhelming. Balancing work, your personal life, and your household can feel like you are juggling, and not very well. There are many challenges that come with being an adult with ADHD. Fortunately, with a little attention to self-management and care, you can live an organized life, leading…Read More

  8. How to Successfully Search for a Therapist

    When someone starts a search for a therapist, there are many options where they can start their search. For those who start by looking on their insurance company website and printing out a list of providers within a specific area, you know the frustration of calling a long list only to either not receive a phone call back at all, to be told “no new patients” or to find out that the provider no…Read More

  9. 5 Lesser Known Symptoms of Depression

    Picture a person with depression and what they might be feeling. Chances are, you see someone curled up into a ball, crying. While extreme sadness is one symptom of depression that many people experience, this condition does not manifest in the same way for everyone. As a result, depression often goes overlooked until it starts to interfere with daily life. Educating yourself on the lesser known s…Read More

  10. A Self-Care Guide to Living With Anxiety

    When you have an anxiety disorder, every day is living in a storm of debilitating, worried thoughts. While not every anxiety disorder is the same and everyone experiences it differently, it may comfort you know that you’re not alone; it is estimated that 19 percent of Americans experience severe anxiety. Anxiety can be incredibly paralyzing, making it difficult to function. Fortunately, there ar…Read More