Daily Archives: December 17, 2016

Webinar SITE LINK

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Womens mental health webinar link

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The Debate Over Repressed and Recovered Memories How Memory Works

By Leonard Holmes Updated February 16, 2016 There is still a fairly heated controversy in the field of psychology about whether or not repressed memories can or should be recovered, as well as whether or not they are accurate. The … Continue reading

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How To Practice Being Mindful: Easy Exercise

By Matthew Tull, PhD Updated April 07, 2016 Using mindfulness for PTSD may be a good way of coping. Mindfulness has been around for ages. However, mental health professionals are beginning to recognize that mindfulness can have many benefits for … Continue reading

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Catching, Changing, and Coping with Thoughts that are Upsetting Negative Thoughts Need Not Overwhelm You

By Matthew Tull, PhD Updated October 31, 2016 We all have negative thoughts from time to time, and therefore, it is important to learn how to cope with thoughts that are upsetting. The key to them not overwhelming us or … Continue reading

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The 7 Types of Anxiety and Depression: Which Type Are You?

If you suffer from anxiety or depression you are not alone. There are millions of people in the U.S. and around the world suffering with you. Did you know that diagnosing depression and anxiety is still being done pretty much … Continue reading

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Getting Help for Procrastination By John M. Grohol, Psy.D.

The first thing you have to know about procrastinating is that you should set your expectations realistically. It took you a lifetime to get to where you are today in terms of procrastination, so it’s not something you can fix … Continue reading

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20 Tips to Tame Your Stress

Stress hits us all in life, and while a little stress is good — it keeps us focused and motivated — too much of it and it can grind our lives to a complete halt. When you’re feeling overwhelmed and … Continue reading

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10 Things You Might Not Know About Mental Health By John M. Grohol, Psy.D. ~ 1 min read

In the vein of figuring out what life is all about in this world, it sometimes helps to have “cheat sheets.” Financial planners do this, programmers do this, managers do this, engineers all do this to help them remember important … Continue reading

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Mood Tracker

REVIEW OF MOOD TRACKING SOFTWARE: MOODTRACKER.COM filed under Bipolar Disorder Coping · Bipolar Disorder Mood Tracking MoodTracker.com Our findings are drawn from conversations with the MoodTracker.com CEO (David Hale), current users of MoodTraker.com, and our independent review of MoodTracker.com. We … Continue reading

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