How to Cope With Uncertainty

February 18, 2021

By Jenny Reesor, CFT Graduate Intern One of very few constants of this year of COVID has been its unpredictability. The odd mix of stagnation and change we have been through would throw anyone for a… Continue reading

5 Ways to Challenge Negative Thoughts

February 11, 2021

Negative thinking can be very harmful for us. When these thoughts build and build, they can often lead to anxiety or depression. It’s important that we learn effective ways to challenge negative thoughts. This can… Continue reading

10 Tips to Overcome Self-Doubt

October 29, 2020

About Self-Doubt It’s normal to experience feelings of doubt when we are faced with new or challenging situations. Self-doubt is characterized by feelings of uncertainty regarding one or more aspects of the self. It is… Continue reading

The Facts About Worry

November 6, 2019

Is worry a mental health condition? Everyone experiences worry, but unrelenting worry that makes it hard for you to focus, sleep, or find enjoyment in life may be a sign of generalized anxiety disorder (GAD).… Continue reading

9 Ways to Overcome Fear and Anxiety

November 9, 2014

Breathe deeply because it lets your nervous system know that it can chill out. Slowly expose yourself to the things you’re afraid of, so they’re no longer unfamiliar to you. Recognize when you’re succumbing to… Continue reading

How to Talk about Suicide

August 18, 2014

Answering the Question "Why?" Why would a person want to commit suicide when they have so much to live for? The answer is that many people are in such great pain or in such difficult… Continue reading