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Motivation in the early parts of January is usually pretty high, yet just a few weeks into the month, many of us are wondering if we can really accomplish these goals. The struggle to hold ourselves accountable and sustain our motivation is real despite our best intentions.
Post-holiday depression is not an uncommon experience in a “normal” year filled with parties, activities, and many things to get done before the big day. Some studies show that an estimated 25% of Americans suffer from some degree of depression after the holiday. The let down from all the hype is frequently an unpleasant experience.
Is your relationship in need of a major “line-in-the-sand” boundary? Setting boundaries has become more important than ever in these stressful times – learn how to prepare yourself!
Dr. Estavillo was interviewed by Arizona’s Family about the stress healthcare workers are experiencing while trying to treat individual’s with COVID Related posts: When Is
There is no form of grief that is “easy” to endure, yet the sudden, unanticipated loss of a loved one can be particularly difficult for individuals and families. Grief and loss challenge our sense of safety, predictability, and feelings of control over our world. Sudden loss challenges these world views in an even more profound way.
Are you or your partner suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)? If so, it may be taking a toll on your marriage, and have both you and your partner feeling disconnected and lost.
In order to take steps toward healing your marriage, it is important to understand how PTSD can affect your relationship, and how counseling can help both the traumatized individual and their spouse.
There are many Autism Support Groups in the Phoenix, AZ Area. We encourage people going through the emotional struggles that come with being a caregivers of children with Autism to reach out to a local support group, confide in close friends or family, or seek counseling.
You are not alone. You CAN find support. Our counselors specialize in counseling for caregivers. Call us today at (480) 999-7070 if you are seeking help.