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Ideas for Improving Sleep

By Courtney Klein, PsyD We are told that it is optimal for a baby’s growth and brain development to have a regular, consistent night of sleep with a similar structure for bedtime every evening. Adults will also sleep better and are more rested when they have similar routines to little children. With repetition, your brain and […]

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Eating Disorders: Common Myths

By Sarah Long, PsyD Nearly 50% of the population in the United States either knows someone who struggles with an eating disorder, or is a sufferer. Despite eating disorders being widespread, complex, and life-threatening, there is a ton of misinformation out there. These misconceptions can lead to shame, lack of recognition by helping professionals, school […]

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Ask Three Therapists: Should I Make A New Years Resolutions This Year

Co-wrote by Kendra Doukas, Erin Jacklin, and Joey Tadie The Catalyst Center wanted to offer something unique this holiday season. We decided to offer three different perspectives on New Years resolutions, each with their own twist on how to approach making changes with the turn of the year. Read below for each of the three […]

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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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