Manage Anxiety by Slowing Down

September 23, 2021

When we become anxious or stressed, our automatic response is to speed up. This is a direct result of the fight-or-flight response with which our nervous system is programmed. In an emergency speeding up makes… Continue reading

Journaling for Anxiety

July 1, 2021

With a lot of uncertainty about the future right now, it’s no surprise that a lot of people have been feeling much more anxious. It’s important to have tools to work through those feelings, so… Continue reading

How to Make a Difficult Decision

April 1, 2021

The decision-making process is not always easy. This is especially true if we have difficult choices to make that could have a large impact on our lives, whether that involves a job, relationship, family matters,… Continue reading

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