What is good stress vs bad stress? Where do they both come from? And when we’re constantly on the move, are they just necessary parts of life? Cryssy Andrews, LGPC, walks us through some ways we may be stressing ourselves out more than necessary and what we can do about it.
As kids become teens, there’s almost always likely to be some changes in how they act. But how do you tell the difference between “teens being teens” and when there’s something else there? Join Katie McCabe, LCPC, for a talk about adolescent substance use, what it looks like, and how to talk about it with your teen.
For some people, this time of year is one trigger after another to really test a their sobriety. Join Resource Connect Clinical Director Marie Collins, LCPC, for a discussion on how to develop a relapse prevention plan, what warning signs to watch out for, and how to cope through the holiday season.
DBT was originally designed to help treat patients with suicidal thoughts and borderline personality disorder. As it’s grown in effectiveness and popularity, it has been adapted to treat a wide variety of mental health matters, especially ones that cause increased emotional distress such as anxiety and depression.