Facing a Few Things: Four Steps For Dealing With Dread

Facing a Few Things: Four Steps For Dealing With Dread

Facing a Few Things: Four Steps For Dealing With Dread

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.

Neuropsychological Evaluation: What to Expect

Neuropsychological Evaluation: What to Expect

Dr. Mark DeVries provides an overview of what to expect at a neuropsychological evaluation so it’s less mysterious and less daunting.

Emotional Intelligence and COVID-19

Emotional Intelligence and COVID-19

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.

How to Shift Your Perspective During Stressful Times

How to Shift Your Perspective During Stressful Times

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.

Resilience Strategies During A Pandemic

Resilience Strategies During A Pandemic

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.

Beyond Concussions: Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

Beyond Concussions: Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

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…

Rescuing Your New Year’s Resolutions

Rescuing Your New Year’s Resolutions

As the clock approached midnight New Year’s Eve, vowing to work out every day, eat healthier, spend more time with the kids or be a better employee seemed totally realistic and attainable. However, 25 percent of us fell off the…