When schools closed their doors due to coronavirus, this created stress for parents everywhere. However, for parents who have a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), the shelter-at-home quarantine can feel especially overwhelming. Children with ASD thrive on structure and…
Judgment will steal your joy and peace and leave you full of anxiety. Jean Holthaus, LISW, dicussed four ways to break the judgment habit.
David Agee, LMSW, elaborates on four steps we can use to deal with anxiety, worry, panic or agoraphobia: facing, accepting, floating, and letting time pass.
Tips from Jean Holthaus, LISW, to help you have the physical, emotional, and mental energy needed for this unexpected COVID-19 journey.
Relationships are often strained by stressful, emotional events. Bob Vandepol, MSW, reviews how taking inventory of your emotional intelligence can help ease the strain on relationships.
In these challenging times, our focus often narrows and we may get over engrossed in our problems. Kevin Neumann, LMSW, CAADC, offers ways to shift your perspective.
During high stress situations, people are afraid, uncertain, frustrated, exhausted and angry. Bob VandePol, MSW, reviews how to verbally de-escalate anger.
Effective crisis leadership in the face of a pandemic is a marathon not a sprint, and requires different workplace leadership strategies. Bob VandePol, MSW reviews how how leaders can address the flight-flight-freeze response.
Bob VandePol, MSW, reviews resilience strategies that have been shown to help people cope when faced with highly stressful life events like the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Spring is back in session and baseball and soccer are underway at virtually every school and college. While these sports may not cause the majority of head injuries, undoubtedly the coming months will bring an increase in the incidence of…