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Just Say NO (Thank You) to Overeating During Any Social Gathering

by Melissa Horowitz, Psy.D.

Just Say NO (Thank You) to Overeating During Any Social Gathering By Melissa Horowitz, Psy.D. Research suggests that external influences, such as social environment, can be a persuasive force in the quantity of food one consumes. Though it may seem easier to take the path of least resistance, if your goal is to stay on … Read more

Use Your Time Productively Even When Overwhelmed by Emotions

by Melissa Horowitz, Psy.D.

Use Your Time Productively Even When Overwhelmed by Emotions By Melissa Horowitz, Psy.D. Sometimes emotional experiences can be acute, intense, and hard to know if warranted given the circumstance at hand. Conventional wisdom discourages us from being reactionary when in such a state because the long-term consequences of our actions are likely to outweigh the … Read more

No Excuses for Not Feeling Better

by Melissa Horowitz, Psy.D.

No Excuses for Not Feeling Better By Melissa Horowitz, Psy.D. Have you been feeling stressed, anxious, or depressed? Having difficulty focusing? Has the quality of your sleep diminished? Are you concerned that it takes more time to get tasks done? Or have you noticed less success in working through everyday issues? If you answered yes … Read more

Tools to Transform Your Marriage or Relationship

by Laura Oliff, Ph.D.

Tools to Transform Your Marriage or Relationship By Laura Oliff, Ph.D. Couples often wait until their problems are quite severe before considering couple’s therapy. The strategies presented here are not only important for relationships in crisis but can be valuable in repairing smaller conflicts or dissatisfactions. According to research based on repeated interviews and observations … Read more

Coping with End of Semester Finals

by Aspasia Hotzoglou P.h.D

Coping with End of Semester Finals By Aspasia Hotzoglou, Ph.D. The end of the semester can be a time of great stress for you. By this point you may feel burnt out or overwhelmed by the amount of studying that needs to be completed. Your response to stress may be avoiding studying for exams or … Read more

Getting Back On Track: Keeping Those New Year Resolutions

by Graham Reynolds, Ph.D.

Getting Back On Track: Keeping Those New Year Resolutions By Graham Reynolds, Ph.D.        We are now into February of 2019, and that means it may be time to check in with your goals and resolutions for the year. Keeping those resolutions can be difficult – Data collected from U.S. News indicate that around 80% … Read more

Coping with Anxiety

by Graham Reynolds, Ph.D.

Coping with Anxiety By Graham Reynolds, Ph.D. For many people, anxiety can feel unbearable. Perhaps you feel uncomfortable in crowds or when you have to speak in front of a group of colleagues or classmates. Perhaps you experience anxiety about seemingly everything that comes to mind, worrying about “what if.” Often our response to feeling … Read more