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What Has the Pandemic Done to Our Boundaries?

Written by: Katie Heaney Read the original article here. The other day, a friend called me on the phone to complain about another friend — a cherished hobby for us both. In 2019, or any year before it, the inciting event would have been an inoffensive request: My friend’s friend invited my friend to dinner. More

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I’m A Psychiatrist Who Treats Health Workers

Written by: Jessi Gold Read the original article here.  A couple of Saturdays ago, I slept in until 11 a.m. I haven’t done that since college. As I peeled myself out of bed, I convinced myself it was just one of those days. I must’ve needed the sleep, and a lot of it. When my phone rang,

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One in eight COVID-19 patients diagnosed with mental illness within months: study

Written by: Yaron Steinbuch Read the original article on NY Post One in eight people who have recovered from COVID-19 are diagnosed with their first psychiatric or neurological illness within six months of testing positive for the bug, according to a new study. Researchers who surveyed 236,379 coronavirus survivors found that the numbers rose to one

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We Need To Talk About Another Pandemic Mental Health Crisis: Therapist Burnout

Written by: Jessica Gold Originally posted on Forbes.com; read the original article here. There is a clear mental health crisis and growing need for care in the United States. A recent Gallup poll showed American’s assessment of their own mental health is “worse than it has been at any point in the last two decades.” Take any

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Four things you can do to support your teen’s mental health

Show your teenager love and care, while looking after yourself. Read the original article here. Whether you and your teen are getting along well or having challenges, it is important to show that you love and support them, that you can help them navigate tough times and that you are always there for them. Here

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Navigating the Holiday Season

While the holiday season (Halloween through New Year’s) generally can be a source of stress, this year is unique and different due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  This year has been marked by uncertainty never seen before in our history. While we certainly were not expecting the holidays to be surrounded by a pandemic; here are four things suggestions to aid in  which may be

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COVID-19 THRIVE

As a nation and in our local communities we are at an unprecedented time. The current world stressors are fueling feelings of anxiety and depression for many individuals. Record numbers of individuals are facing emotional, economic, social, and psychological stressors and challenges. While there are no immediate solutions the following strategies may help you THRIVE

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WE ARE PRACTICING SOCIAL DISTANCING!

“Sherman Counseling remains open to help serve the needs of our clients during this unprecedented time.  We recognize that maintaining our mental health is just as important as keeping our physical self healthy.  At Sherman, we take client and staff safety very seriously and we are following CDC guidelines to help prevent the spread of COVID-19

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Choosing the Right Therapist near You
Choosing the Right Therapist near You

If you’ve decided to pursue therapy, the first step is to find a therapist near you. Which therapist is the right fit? Are all therapists the same? Are all counseling services the same? These are some questions that may come up along the way. Most therapists have some area of specialty, whether it be couples

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How Does Therapy Help with Depression?
How Does Therapy Help with Depression?

You’ve felt depressed for a while, and now you’re ready to fix it. You’ve probably looked at dozens of treatment options, only to reach one conclusion: Therapy is the most effective way to treat depression. But…why? How does depression therapy work? What can you expect from depression counseling? We’ll answer these questions and more in this

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