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.
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Stages of Recovery in Eating Disorder Treatment
Recovery from an Eating Disorder is not the same for everyone and an understanding of the different stages can be helpful.
The Neuroscience of Addiction
Learn what's actually happening in the brain during the cycle of addiction. Addiction begins when these drugs and addictive substances produce a more intense feeling of pleasure than other healthy activities and substances meant to trigger the dopamine reward pathway.
Clinician Spotlight: Ashley Crover, LMHC
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.
Clinician Spotlight: Gabrielle Fassman, LMSW
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.
Clinician Spotlight: Rachel Formale, LMHC
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.
Clinician Spotlight: Sara Olivia Dallendorfer, LMSW
Sara Olivia brings her expertise from working as a school-based therapist to our private practice setting, here at Nourish Your Mind. Currently accepting new clients.
Increasing Positive Thinking
We all have negative thoughts. There is no way around that. One thing we can do, though, is change how often we have these thoughts, how we react to them, and acknowledge why we are having them.
Confidence is an important skill to have, but it does take work in order to maintain. The steps to becoming more confident can be intimidating, so it is helpful if you start small and build up.
Learning to Set Boundaries
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.