Summer is wrapping up and families across the U.S. are preparing to send their children to school, some for the very first time. This can be a very exciting time: new friends, teachers, and learning experiences await. It can also be scary and sad
Dr. Rebecca Johnson Osei
The major December holidays are behind us. Now you can breathe, right? Unless you need to clean up piles of packaging from presents, clean the house after having guests, wash endless loads of laundry…oh and plan for New Year’s Eve, right? Sometimes we’re so focused… Read More »Managing Post-Holiday Stress
We are watching the developing situation carefully and making the best decisions we can to keep our clients and staff safe. We hoped to return to in-person sessions soon, but developments related to the Delta variant have caused us to reassess our timeline. Please know… Read More »Covid-19 Update: Keeping you safe
As we teeter on a fence, on one side tightening restrictions and on the other things loosening and a push to “go back to normal,” many people are feeling increased anxiety and, with it, increased confusion about how to cope and how they “should“ feel.
This holiday season comes with a slew of new stressors we have not had to address before. There are a number of families out there who decided to “skip Thanksgiving so that we can be together at Christmas.” But as cases, hospitalizations, and deaths continue to… Read More »Holidays 2020 Style: How to Enjoy the Holidays During a Pandemic
Before you set yourself up for failure, and the self-loathing and depression that is sure to follow, consider how realistic your goals are, and who you’re doing them for. Here are some tips to help you set realistic goals and accomplish them without stres