Posts for Anxiety

Physical and Mental Health For LGBTQ+ Youth 

Anxiety, communication, coping skills, Depression, Family, LGBTQ, Relationships, School, stress, Therapy November 18, 2019

Stress affects a person physically just as much as mentally. Physical symptoms of stress include low energy; headaches; upset stomach…

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School Anxieties – The Real Deal for Students Everywhere

Anxiety, School, Therapy September 6, 2018

Written by: Nancy Scorpio, LCSW A new school year begins, and with it comes new sets of worry.  Not just what…

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How to Deal with Body Shaming Comments

Anxiety, coping skills, Depression, School, Therapy August 14, 2018

Written by: Lily Vose-O’Neal, M.S. Fatphobia is totally normalized in our culture. It hurts people of all body sizes and…

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Four Signs Your Child May Be Experiencing Back-to-School Anxiety

Anxiety, coping skills, School, Therapy August 7, 2018

Written by Kimberly Moore, LCSW As the month of August rolls around, students of all ages are quickly hit with…

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Grad School… Now What?

Anxiety, coping skills, Depression, School June 22, 2018

Written by: Kimberly Moore, MSW When we walked across the stage to receive our graduate degrees, we were not the…

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I think I am depressed and anxious, do I need medication?

Anxiety, Depression June 8, 2017

Written By: Melissa DaSilva, LICSW One question that I receive a lot when I am seeing new clients is “I think…

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Our Bodies, Our Emotional Selves

Anxiety, coping skills, Relationships January 24, 2017

Written by: Anna Macgregor Robin, LCSW Often our bodies know things aren’t quite right even before our brains do. Bodies…

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General Anxiety Disorder or Social Anxiety, What’s the Difference?

Anxiety, Depression December 21, 2016

Written by: Melissa DaSilva LICSW We all get anxious at some point in our lives, but many deal with symptoms of…

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Better Than Expected

Anxiety, Depression August 10, 2016

Written by: Melissa DaSilva LICSW First words I hear, early this morning: “Ugh, bad weather today.”  Bad weather?  “Tons of rain…

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