By Rachel Parodneck, LCSW This week is National Women’s Health Week. According to a World Health Organization analysis, Women Represent Close to 70% of the Global Healthcare Workforce. Healthcare workers this year have seen unprecedented challenges to say the least. Not
By Rachel Parodneck, LCSW and Wananan Phualek, LMSW, CAPP In the wake of the recent shooting in Atlanta and the rise in anti-Asian racism, checking in with friends, family, and colleagues especially of Asian descent is imperative. Our very own Wananan
April Book Recommendation: Welcome back to #RefreshBookClub! We are thrilled to have you coming along for our next month of the book recommendations. As we move into April we wanted to spotlight SAAM, Sexual Assault Awareness Month, with an especially powerful
By Rachel Parodneck, LCSW In the US, eating disorders affect over 30 million people. Eating disorders are serious but treatable mental and physical illnesses that can affect people of all genders, ages, races, religions, ethnicities, sexual orientations, body shapes, and weights.
By: Rachel Parodneck, LMSW It’s a miracle! The COVID vaccine was finally, FINALLY created and is now being distributed. This is great news, right? Hold on a minute. It’s only available to a select few groups of people. That’s right, it’s
By Rachel Parodneck, LMSW Have you put on weight during the last year? COVID-19 has thrown just about everyone’s schedule and routine out of whack. Those good habits of eating healthy and being active on a regular basis that you honed
By: Emily Morris, MSWI We all regularly find ourselves in stressful, emotionally-intense situations, and it can be extremely overwhelming to cope during these times of high emotional intensity. In particularly difficult times, it is common for us to resort to coping