What is it that makes some people neurodivergent and not others? Marketing Specialist Brian Warner turned to Maria Karolenko, LCPC, to answer that (and much, much more) in our newest episode of No Stupid Questions!
By: Olivia Sinicropi The word “accessibility” can bring to mind different things. It could mean the ability to gain assistance in your education, or find a job where you can do your best work, or live in a place that … Continued
By: Marie Collins, LCPC On March 16, 2020, in an effort to fight the rising rates of COVID-19 in Maryland, Governor Larry Hogan ordered the closure of almost all businesses where people might gather. Bars, restaurants, gyms, movie theaters, offices, … Continued
If you’re like us, you’re still catching up on the hour of sleep lost in Daylight Saving Time. But it’s not that big of a deal . . . right?
Sit down for a chat with Mark Whitaker, LCPC, and Olivia Sinicropi as they discuss the ways sleep impacts our lives and our health. Conversations include alcohol, cell phone addiction, parenting, AND MORE!
By: Brian Warner I had a job interview about two weeks before COVID shut everything down. The growing pandemic had been in the news more and more lately, but most stateside cases were in California or New York, so I … Continued
By: Colette Shade, LMSW These days, body positivity is ubiquitous. Bodies that are fat and thin, young and old, multiracial, trans and gender nonconforming can be seen everywhere from popular social media accounts to magazine covers to advertisements for Dove … Continued
By: Brian Warner In Greek mythology, humans were originally created with four arms, four legs, and a head with two faces. When the gods split them apart, each half could do nothing but want the other, constantly lost and searching … Continued