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, LMSW “People need people - for initial and continued survival, for socialization, for the pursuit of satisfaction. No one - not the dying, not the outcast, not the mighty - transcends the need for human contact.” ― Irvin D.
By Rachel Parodneck, LMSW 2020 has been a year that has brought immeasurable trauma for many people. Between the COVID-19 pandemic, the significant racism in this country that has led to the necessity of the BLM movement, sky-high unemployment rates, a
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