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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.

  • Is Mother's Day Complicated for You? Here's How to Cope - Post - image

    Is Mother's Day Complicated for You? Here's How to Cope 

    Kristina Damiano, MHC-LP May 8, 2024

    Whether due to the loss of a mother or child, a challenging or estranged relationship with your mom, or infertility challenges, Mother’s Day can feel challenging and complicated for many of us.

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  • The Importance of a Good Night’s Sleep- Post - image

    The Importance of a Good Night’s Sleep

    Dhihum Kour MHC-LP April 26, 2024

    Chronic sleep deprivation has been shown to have detrimental impacts on cognitive function, memory retention, and decision-making abilities.

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    Exploring Cyberbullying

    Talia Akerman, LMHC April 25, 2024

    Cyberbullying can trigger feelings of isolation, shame, and anxiety, as well as a lack of safety in its victims.

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  • How to fight loneliness in an ever-connected world- Post - image

    How to fight loneliness in an ever-connected world

    Megan Wessler, MHC-LP April 24, 2024

    With every technological advancement designed to bring us closer, why do we find ourselves growing more disconnected?

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  • Why Is Money So Triggering? - Post - image

    Why Is Money So Triggering? 

    Juli Walchuk, MHC-LP April 23, 2024

    52% of Americans say money has a negative effect on their mental health, scoring higher than other stressors including health, current events, relationships, and work.

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  • The Rising Cost Of Living: Why Has Self-Care Become A Luxury? - Post - image

    The Rising Cost Of Living: Why Has Self-Care Become A Luxury? 

    Aubrey Dillane, MHC-LP April 11, 2024

    From healthcare to housing, the rising expenses can quickly leave many feeling financially strained and lacking the ability to care for themselves.

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  • Thriving in the City: Managing Noise and Busyness in NYC- Post - image

    Thriving in the City: Managing Noise and Busyness in NYC

    Brianna Campbell, MHC-LP April 4, 2024

    Environmental stressors like noise pollution and fast-paced living are more than mere annoyances; they’re detrimental to our health and wellbeing.

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  • Navigating Drinking Culture in New York City- Post - image

    Navigating Drinking Culture in New York City

    Lizzie O’Leary, MHC-LP, MSEd March 28, 2024

    How do you moderate alcohol consumption in a city that seems to be all about excess–and all about drinking?

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  • Overcoming Dating Struggles in New York City- Post - image

    Overcoming Dating Struggles in New York City

    Kirk Pineda March 21, 2024

    When dating in New York City, it’s common to experience being ghosted, left on read, involved in not-so-great connections, and being straight up rejected.

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  • Beating Burnout: How to Identify and Address Symptoms- Post - image

    Beating Burnout: How to Identify and Address Symptoms

    Alexandra Kadish LMHC March 14, 2024

    You may not see the damage burnout has immediately, but it is there.

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