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Reflections: Clinical & Human

The depths of the human experience is endless. Here on our blog, our therapists explore and share their ideas around psychotherapy and what it means to be a human.

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    Therapy for Immigrants

    Isha Kumar, LMHC February 2, 2024

    When we are faced with challenges, one of the avenues through which we might seek support is knowingness and familiarity with cultural backgrounds.

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    Bridging Time and Culture: Building Bridges Between First-Generation Immigrant Parents and Their Children

    Yiran Sun, LMHC February 2, 2024

    Immigrant families frequently struggle with the acculturation gap, or the split between generations formed by different cultural experiences.

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    The Importance of Mindful Living Habits Alongside Medication 

    Nandini Malhotra, MHC-LP January 20, 2024

    There is no quick fix when it comes to mental wellbeing, so let’s explore the importance of mental hygiene practices to avoid becoming overly reliant on medication.

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    Managing Burnout as a Frontline Worker

    Danielle Louis, LMHC January 19, 2024

    Frontline workers see the worst of the worst and oftentimes feel the least support.

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    Mindful Consumerism: Breaking Free From Impulse Shopping

    Brianna Campbell, MHC-LP January 18, 2024

    As targeted ads and influencer marketing become more prevalent, our spending habits can become more emotion-driven and compulsive.

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    How to Recover from Your Holiday Hangover 

    Bria Taylor, MHC-LP January 13, 2024

    Explore ways to recover from the highs and lows of the holiday season and get back on the right track.

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    Love Bombing: What Red Flags to Look Out For?

    Macaul Hodge, MHC-LP December 18, 2023

    Love bombing is a type of conditioning, in which the ultimate goal is to gain power and control over one’s partner.

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    What is the Difference Between a Psychological Assessment and a Psychoeducational Assessment? 

    Jessica Ermilio, PsyD December 15, 2023

    Many people seek out psychological evaluations, but the type of evaluation you need depends on what you hope to learn from the testing.

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    Reframing Anxious Thoughts Around the Year Ending

    Danielle Russo, LMHC December 14, 2023

    Many of us experience anxious thoughts around the year ending, which can take us out of the moment and allow feelings of guilt, shame, sadness, and regret.

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    Navigating Grief During the Holidays

    Kimberly Jaso, MHC-LP December 13, 2023

    Navigating grief during the holidays is a complex and individual journey, yet can be managed with a balance of self-compassion, flexibility, and support.

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