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5 Strategies for Healthy Co-Parenting During the Holidays

By Chelsea Towler Campbell, PsyD The holidays represent a magical time of year filled with family, traditions, gifts, and celebration. However, there can also be a lot of stress associated with the holidays, especially if you are trying to collaborate with a co-parent. It is important for your children that you learn to manage this […]

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Ask a Therapist: Is It Possible to Have an Eating Disorder While You are Pregnant?

By Dr. Sarah Long Dr. Sarah Long is a clinical psychologist at The Catalyst Center, and has been working with people struggling with eating disorders for over a decade. She shares her insight and advice for how we can better understand eating disorders in pregnancy. Eating Disorders do happen in pregnancy A study of 54 […]

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How Can I Help My Loved One Who is Recovering From Birth Trauma or Postpartum Condition Like Depression, Anxiety, or Obsessive Compulsive Disorder?

By Dr. Katie Godfrey, LMFT Finding out that your loved one is struggling with postpartum issues can lead to feelings of wanting to help, but feeling unsure of the best ways.  Here are some suggestions: Educate yourself on postpartum challenges and take them seriously.  A couple of helpful websites include Postpartum Support International, Postpartum Progress, […]

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Ask a Therapist: How Could Psychological Assessment Help My Personal Growth?

A Powerful Approach to Assessment Did you know that Collaborative/Therapeutic Psychological Assessment can actually be a brief, intensive, yet highly efficient way to make positive changes in your life? A thorough assessment can help create a deeper understanding of yourself (or your child) and help you develop a clear game plan for how to improve […]

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Ask a Therapist: How to Equip Yourself to Endure Crises in Your Life

By Courtney Klein, PsyD Many of us respond to crises differently. Many of us handle crises differently. And many of us think of crises differently. It may be something significant like a sudden loss, change in finances, illness, an accident, and broader national changes in our country; or it may be smaller like a surprise […]

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Ask a Therapist: Is Couples Therapy Only for Married Couples?

By Chelsea Towler Campbell There are many types of therapy offered by the mental health community – trying to find the right therapy can often seem like a daunting task. When it comes to couples therapy, I have found that “couples therapy” is often thought of as “marriage therapy,” which is not necessarily the case. […]

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