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Mental Health Tag

By Rachel Parodneck   It’s summer and love is in the air. Or is it? Summer has a certain vibe where everyone seems loved up. Social media shows people with their significant others on vacation, out on the town, with friends and

By Fayad Raphique   “You’ve got to set clear boundaries with him” “Know where your boundaries are early on” “She’s got serious boundary issues” We all hear the B word thrown around a lot when discussing dating, but what ARE boundaries? Personal boundaries are the

By Tyvon Foster   In the last blog, the psychological processes of anger and anxiety, the big question, and physiological responses were discussed. However, the are many more ways to properly and effectively manage anger and anxiety, which will be discussed in

By Chianne Green   Have your ever felt like you had so much to do in so little time? You try hard to manage work responsibilities, a social life, exercise, traveling, romantic relationships, and so much more but by the end of

By Tyvon Foster   I’ve noticed that scores of people (in practice and personal life)  struggle with choosing a career that best suits their interest. I figure to share my experience to facilitate some assistance. Hopefully this post will give some of

By Rachel Parodneck   Let’s face it—we’re New Yorkers. We work hard and play hard. Some of us burn the candle on both ends. With the crumbling MTA making commutes longer than ever and demanding hours across nearly every industry, it is

By Fayad Rapplique, LMSW     I can’t get myself to start that project for work I can’t seem to take sometime for myself everyday I really want to start creating art again I never get to read the books I buy and put on my

by Tyvon Foster Life has many meanings to many different people. Usually, these meanings can range from a more nihilistic or cynical perspective to a more optimistic approach. But in my experience as a practicing therapist, I have noticed that many