June 2, 2020

Masks in the COVID-19 Era

Not yet comfortable wearing your mask? Still struggling to make strapping it on feel routine? You’re not alone! In the current issue of Psychology Today, Dr. […]
May 5, 2020

Couples in Conflict

By Virgil Roberson, L.P., M. Div., NCPsyA, Executive Director During our current health crisis, a lot has been written about how social distancing and forced proximity […]
April 9, 2020

Quarantine: Challenges and Silver Linings

By Jane Benjamin, Ph.D., Clinical Director In a collective effort to limit the destructive path of Coronavirus (Covid-19), our lives have narrowed to our homes.  Except […]
March 25, 2020
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Coronavirus Anxiety: Facing the Unprecedented

by Jennifer Naparstek Klein, Psy.D. New York City restaurants offering only takeout, trains nearly empty, schools closed, college kids home, office workers telecommuting, fears of coughs, sneezes, […]
February 13, 2020
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What to Consider When Suggesting Psychotherapy

 by Jane Benjamin, Ph.D., Clinical Director If a loved one says, “My back has been hurting for weeks,” it is generally straightforward and easy to respond:  “Have […]