Psychotherapy

August 21, 2019
eating disorders

Understanding Eating Disorders and Their Treatment

By Adrienne Katzow, Ph.D., the Counseling Center Women’s mental health concerns related to body image and eating disorders can arise during different periods of their lives.  […]
June 13, 2019
retirement

A Fresh Approach to Retirement

By Catherine Nicholas, L.C.S.W.  , Richard W. Shoup, D. Min. Perhaps you can’t wait to retire.  You plan meticulously and count down the days.  Or perhaps […]
April 22, 2019
Grief

When Grief Stalls

By Jane Benjamin, Ph.D. Grief is a normal response to profound loss.  When the connection to a loved one is severed, whether through abandonment or death, […]
February 26, 2019
changing any habit

New Year’s Resolutions and Why They Often Fail

By Jane Benjamin, Ph.D. Ask any fitness club manager or “regular” at a gym, and you’ll learn that mid-February is generally the time when the folks […]
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 […]