Talking about Women’s Roles & Rights (Human Rights) in Therapy

It is important to consider the impact of gender and other aspects of identity when exploring discrimination and privilege related to human rights and the emotional, psychological, and social implications on one’s mental health.

The Psychology of Procrastination

Understanding the psychology of procrastination empowers us to take proactive steps to overcome the delay trap.

Being Transparent in Communication with Your Therapist

Mental health presentations and life experiences can impact rapport and trust, especially if establishing trust has been difficult

Summer scaries: How to stay cool at social events

Summer is filled with social events and gatherings. However, for individuals who experience social anxiety, these events can also bring about feelings of fear, nervousness, and discomfort.

Timelines of Life Expectations: Where do these come from?

Is where you’re at right now consistent with expectations—either of yourself or others?

Cervical Cancer Awareness Month

The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) recommends that girls see a gynecologist for their first exam between ages 13-15

Meaningful relationships through social connection is an important protective factor for good mental health and suicide prevention.

Here are 6 Tips from the Suicide Awareness Voices of Education to Help Get Connected.

Gratitude and Giving Back at Work

It feels good to feel valued for not only the work that you do but for who you are as a person—to feel supported, encouraged, and inspired to become the best version of yourself.

High-expressed emotion

The DSM-5 defines expressed emotion as a qualitative measure of the “amount” of emotion.