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What’s A Country To Do? Addressing Overdoses, Mental Health and Increased Alcohol and Drug Use in COVID-19
Overdoses In The Media Over the past month we have witnessed the devastation that alcohol and other drugs have caused for so many families. First it was Harry Brandt, age 24, a young and upcoming model and son of supermodel Stephanie Seymour, who died in an...
Online dating apps most likely are here to stay even in a post Covid world. Tips for how to stay safe and avoid the scammers.
Love is big business during COVID-19. Beware the romance scams, as they are on the rise!
I recently wrote about Superpowers. While the truth is we all do not exactly have super powers, we do possess the ability to communicate with clarity, compassion, and validation. So many of us know folks who are experiencing heightened anxiety during Covid 19 -...
As clinician I sometimes get asked, “Is it true that there are more domestic violence incidents on Super Bowl Sunday than any other day?”
Super Bowl Sunday is one of the most-watched sporting events of the year. It’s also a triggering day for those in recovery from drug or alcohol addiction. Here’s how to navigate game day this year.
Feel as though you are always walking on eggshells around your loved one, not knowing whether you will be greeted by a two-headed monster or their sweet side? Tips to navigate personality disorders.
Our team helps families whose loved one’s experience both substance abuse and display signs of psychosis. Learn what some of the early warning signs are.
As the New Year Begins and we wait for the Vaccine and for life to reopen, we must take a look at how we are able to be patient. My friend and colleague, Susan Berlin, who you may know as the talented Washington DC therapist and the founder of Capital Networking...