March 1 is Self Injury Awareness Day … The stigma surrounding self-harm behavior can make it very challenging to seek and find help. But there is hope for those who struggle!
February 22 – 28, 2021 is Eating Disorders Awareness Week. Eating disorders can be dangerous if not properly addressed. The sooner an eating disorder is detected, the better the chance for recovery.
Research clearly shows the importance of relationships in leading healthy lives. People with healthy relationships are fifty percent less likely to die prematurely. They are also better able to cope with stress, are healthier, and feel better about life. Conversely,…
Teen romance can be complicated. Online dating during a pandemic makes it even more so! Elizza LeJeune, LMSW, recently appeared on WOTV 4 Women’s Maranda to share advice for both parents on teens on how to successfully navigate the highs…
Some stress can be energizing and motivating, helping us to perform at our very best. Too much stress can negatively affect our bodies and our brains. The challenge for each of us is to find the perfect balance for our lives. Learn how to optimize your stress with a daily check in and self-care plan.
If you’re always putting others first, you risk turning your life into a never-ending, energy-draining “To Do” list. Practicing self-love, self-care and self-compassion might not come easy, but it can help restore your joy and energy.
National Play Therapy Week is February 3 – 13, 2021! How does play therapy work during a pandemic when therapy sessions move online? Amanda Shaneberger, Registered Play Therapist, explains!