While living with someone with depression, many aspects of your daily life can be changed and unique stressors can be introduced. Here are some tips and info to help.
Recovery from an Eating Disorder is not the same for everyone and an understanding of the different stages can be helpful.
Meet Ashley. She provides an integrative approach that focuses on both the thoughts and behaviors her clients may be struggling with in order to help them find balance and build resiliency.
Horticultural therapy, which is the practice of using plants and garden landscapes to increase your well-being, is one relaxing and healthy way to benefit those with mental health issues and individuals who are anxious or stressed.
The more that individuals are encouraged by likes and follows to continue projecting this idealized identity, the less confident they feel about themselves, leading to an increase in depression and a decrease in self-esteem.
It’s our pleasure to introduce you to Joanne Cedeno, Ms.Ed.! Joanne believes that healing is a journey, not a destination and is honored to hold space for her clients as they transmute their pain into purpose.
Meet Emily Mortelliti, LMSW. Emily believes that healing is a whole body experience and is dedicated to helping others find the resources and tools to support them on their journey toward recovery.
Burnout can present itself in symptoms such as having feelings of negativity, feeling exhausted, feeling detached or ineffective, and even having physical symptoms of headaches or stomachaches.
While this next Clinician Spotlight has been with us since the opening of our Warwick, NY location in early 2019, we’re excited to formally introduce you to Gabrielle Fassman, LMSW.
We’re back with another Clinician Spotlight! This time we are featuring Rachel Formale, LMHC. Rachel runs our Adolescent Boys DBT Skills Group and our NEW Flourish & Thrive: DBT + Self-Compassion Group for Teen Girls.