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February 1, 2019

Tips for Handling the “Empty Nest”

By James Ellis, Ph.D. For those of us who are parents, the “empty nest” is the period of life when our children come of age and […]
January 25, 2019
psychotherapy

Teen Anxiety—Tips for Staying Calm in a Changing World

By Jennifer Naparstek Klein, Psy. D., The Counseling Center Anxiety is a basic function of survival–humans and other animals depend on this natural warning system to […]
December 27, 2018
negative behaviors

Triggers for Addictive Behavior Multiply Over the Holidays—Here’s How to Cope

By Virgil Roberson, L.P., M. Div., NCPsyA, Executive Director. If you’re struggling with addiction, the holidays can be a minefield of dangerous triggers of the negative […]
December 12, 2018
family relationships

Politics and the Holiday Table

by Jane Benjamin, Ph.D. Many people experience some degree of anxiety, sadness, wariness, and dread when anticipating having to manage adult relationships over the holiday dinner table. […]
November 20, 2018

Seniors and Their Adult Children Should Talk and Plan

On Tuesday, November 6, The Counseling Center sponsored an insightful, highly relevant lecture and discussion for Bronxville Senior Citizens titled “Seniors: Invisible Conversations™ with Their Adult […]