By Courtney Klein, PsyD I have a deep passion for people who manage Bipolar Disorder or moderate to severe mood dysregulation. It is a lifelong journey to manage moods and should be thoughtfully addressed every day. These symptoms, however they look, can be complex, unpredictable, and at times, debilitating. Conversely, they can be well-managed, helpful […]
By Chelsea Towler Campbell, Psy.D. Everyone experiences stress at some point in their lives. In some cases, stress can be positive – it can serve as a motivating force that helps us get things done. However, chronic, prolonged stress can have detrimental effects on both mind and body. Stress can not only cause us to […]
By Kendra Doukas, LMFT It is a common belief that no loss is as hard as losing a child. It is therefore interesting that we do such a poor job in supporting parents who have lost a pregnancy or an infant. Paradoxically, the losses that we as a society are most phobic of are also […]
By Kendra Doukas, LMFT Depending on where you are along your grief journey you will most likely notice yourself thinking more and thus missing your deceased loved one during the holidays. It is also natural for us to reflect on those we’ve lost, even if it has been years or decades since their death. Here […]
By Kendra Doukas, LMFT and Joey Tadie, PhD We get a lot of postpartum mothers at the Catalyst Center that come in either with an official postpartum depression diagnosis, or with concerns that they might have this condition. This form of depression is unique from other types of mood problems and often requires different considerations […]
By Dr. Joey Tadie There are few things more discouraging as a parent than watching your child suffer with a problem you know you can’t solve for them. You might have to watch your child go to the first day of kindergarten with their eyes wide with fear and tears. Perhaps you have to see […]
One of the most common areas of concern I see in my practice is the overwhelming and sometimes debilitating experience of uncontrolled anxiety. I work with many individuals who constantly feel worried, uncertain, self-conscious, and on the edge of panic. Anxiety is tremendously distracting and can even breed feelings of hopelessness and depression when untreated. In our […]
Hear from Dr. Courtney Klein about strategies to promote health, growth, and wellbeing during times of adversity. These varied and concrete ideas can help you endure many different challenges in your life, environment, and relationships.