By Emily Morris, MSWI The month of October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM). Started over 35 years ago by the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, DVAM is dedicated to increasing awareness around domestic violence and supporting individuals who have been
By Rachel Parodneck, LMSW The dating game in NYC is no joke. Like everything else in NYC, this too can be competitive, often cutthroat, and can take a lot of determination to be a success. Not only that, but open-mindedness and
By Keeley Teemsma, LCSW So many people talk about the anxiety of the first week at a new job-- getting the lay of land, feeling new people out, acclimating to a new role, and figuring out company culture-- but seldom do
By, Kelda E. Nelson, MPS, LCAT,ATR-BC Mandala in Sanskrit means circle which represents the universe. Mandalas’ are spiritual and a ritualistic symbol within Hinduism and Buddhism. Circles are never ending; they go round and round and when looked at overtime can
By Elizabeth Marks, MSWI Every blog, doctor, and podcast preaches one thing for skin, weight loss, mental health, gut health, even to strengthen relationships… SLEEP. This skill we are born with seems to get lost on us as we age.
By Rachel Parodneck, LMSW There are many types of self-care to choose from, but for an immediate mood boost, people often turn to slightly unorthodox methods in order to self-medicate and self-soothe. What are we talking about here? Drugs and alcohol