While it is important to follow the guidelines for Covid-19, it is also important to keep relationships with your friends and family. Allow this pandemic to show you that physical closeness and face-to-face interactions aren’t the only thing keeping you and your friends connected.
When you first hear the word boundary, it may make sound like a way to disconnect and separate from others. Actually, the opposite is more true.
Although it can be a hard skill to master, it is beneficial to practice being content with only yourself as company.
Sara Pitcher, MS, MHC, Clinical Psychotherapist & Kundalini Yoga Instructor at Nourish Your Mind explains a skill set for relationship effectiveness with the acronym G.I.V.E.
This year has been trying in more ways than one, but many can agree that communication with long-distance loved ones has been a challenge.
Sara Pitcher, MS, MHC, Clinical Psychotherapist & Kundalini Yoga Instructor at Nourish Your Mind discusses how to use the acronym F.A.S.T. for self respect effectiveness.
School avoidance and anxiety is on the rise. School Social Worker and Nourish Your Mind Psychotherapist, Jeanette Rivera, LCSW shares some insight and tips on understanding and supporting your child’s anxiety and avoidance of school.
Let’s take a look at the positive impact our animal buddies can have on our lives.
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