Historically, women have faced demands and poor resources in their path to recovery.
Disability has been defined differently throughout the ages, across cultures, and through different disciplines.
It’s a question that we’ve heard repeated time and time again, and it continues to be asked: nature or nurture?
Stress can be helpful and harmful, due to the varying degrees of stress that people can experience. Stress can sometimes be helpful when it is small amounts of stress that can motivate you to complete tasks. But stress can also become overwhelming, increased amounts of stress can cause people to freeze and become unable to do anything.
There is a large difference between being willing and willful, especially when we consider how this impacts our daily lives
Therapy can seem to be a daunting task at first. A person who is virtually a stranger is asking you to trust them and their ability to support you, to help you on a journey.
By Jacki Haworth, Clinical Intern Burnout is caused by having an elevated stress level for a prolonged period of time. This is the reason that burnout can in some ways sneak up on people. Burnout is when a person has such an exposure to stress that things or...
By: Kaleigh Nobbe, Clinical Intern Oh, I’m sorry… but am I? It is a simple statement that we often feel will help others react in a more positive way to whatever the situation may be. Lost a loved one? Sorry. Are you sad? Sorry. Did I say no? Sorry. It is an easy...
By Jacki Haworth, Clinical Intern Sleep is the time where a person can rest, recharge, and reset for the next day. Throughout the day there are opportunities to rest your body but sleep is an opportunity for your mind to rest. Sleep can often be overlooked....