Psychology

“Have Your Covid Concerns Crossed Into Health Anxiety?” on Psychology Today

By |2022-05-12T16:29:11-04:00April 8th, 2022|Categories: Anxiety, COVID, Psychology, Psychology Today|Tags: , , |

It is typical to be concerned about your health, especially during a pandemic. But when does concern cross into health anxiety? You may find that your anxiety was more generalized before the pandemic—there was not one specific thing that increased your anxiety. However, now you are experiencing anxiety about COVID-related symptoms and other symptoms in general. [...]

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“4 Ways to Combat Anticipatory Anxiety” on Psychology Today

By |2022-04-06T21:02:10-04:00April 6th, 2022|Categories: Anxiety, Psychology, Psychology Today|Tags: , |

Discover ways to calm yourself before an event. Anticipatory anxiety is the anxiety you feel before something happens or before you think something will happen. It is normal to have anxiety before a big presentation, your first day of school, or any other event that has significance in your life. Sometimes anticipatory anxiety can happen, and [...]

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Talking Brains Episode: How to Reduce Anticipatory Anxiety

By |2022-04-06T20:24:54-04:00April 6th, 2022|Categories: Anxiety, Mindfulness, Psychology, Talking Brains|Tags: , , |

Talking Brains Podcast: Stephanie Sarkis PhD discusses ways to reduce anticipatory anxiety. Anticipatory anxiety is a feeling of dread or panic before something big happens or when you think something will happen. Learn the techniques I teach clients to help reduce their anticipatory anxiety. Anchor Apple Podcasts Stitcher Overcast [...]

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“Dive Into a Year-End Emotional Inventory” on Psychology Today

By |2021-12-29T12:29:57-05:00December 29th, 2021|Categories: Gaslighting, Narcissism, Psychology, Psychology Today|Tags: , , , |

Taking an “emotional inventory” can help you forge ahead in the new year. An end-of-year review of your self-care and wellbeing can help you prioritize and give you insights into what you would like to change in the new year. Part of that review can include looking at the emotions you experienced.It is crucial to take [...]

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“How to Handle a Covert Narcissist During Family Gatherings” on Psychology Today

By |2021-12-29T11:54:27-05:00December 29th, 2021|Categories: Gaslighting, Narcissism, Psychology, Psychology Today|Tags: , , , |

How to protect yourself when someone ignores your boundaries There are generally two types of narcissists — overt and covert. Overt narcissists are the types you hear about more frequently because they tend to be louder (verbally and behaviorally) about their need for special attention and treatment. Covert narcissists tend to play a "victim" role and usually say [...]

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“Self-Care Is a Necessity, Not a Luxury” on Psychology Today

By |2021-12-29T11:36:06-05:00December 29th, 2021|Categories: Psychology, Psychology Today, Self-Care|Tags: , |

Discover simple ways to improve your mood and wellbeing. You've read that taking care of yourself needs to be a priority. But you may have many people or things vying for your attention. As a result, focusing on yourself seems unnecessary — even selfish sometimes. You also may have been raised in a family in which denying [...]

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“Is Fear of Needles Keeping Some People From Getting Vaccinated?” on Psychology Today

By |2021-09-27T14:59:33-04:00September 27th, 2021|Categories: COVID, Psychology, Psychology Today|Tags: , |

Trypanophobia can be debilitating, but it is treatable. Approximately 10 percent of people in the U.S. have a fear of needles, also known as trypanophobia. That is over 33 million people. That percentage may even be as high as 24 percent (Taddio, et al. 2012). There is a stigma associated with reporting a fear of needles, [...]

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Talking Brains Episode: Mindfulness & ADHD with developmental pediatrician, Mark Bertin MD.

By |2021-09-07T18:14:30-04:00September 7th, 2021|Categories: ADHD, Mindfulness, Psychology, Talking Brains|Tags: , , , , |

Talking Brains Podcast: Stephanie Sarkis PhD discusses mindfulness and ADHD with developmental pediatrician, Mark Bertin MD. Join Dr. Stephanie Sarkis and Dr. Mark Bertin as they discuss the benefits of mindfulness and how you can make it part of your daily routine. Mark Bertin MD is a developmental pediatrician based in Pleasantville, New York. He [...]

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“Do We Really Need to Forgive?” on Psychology Today

By |2021-08-17T14:52:55-04:00August 13th, 2021|Categories: Psychology, Psychology Today|Tags: , , |

What is the price we pay for forgiveness? Forgiveness is a very tricky thing. We are told that forgiveness is essential to have a happy life. But what about when it's impossible to forgive? There are many myths about forgiveness—including the idea that you are somehow "required" to forgive someone. Forgiveness is multilayered. You don't just [...]

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“Resolving Arguments Instead of Avoiding Them Improves Health” on Psychology Today

By |2021-08-11T16:03:40-04:00August 11th, 2021|Categories: Anxiety, COVID, Depression/Anxiety, Psychology, Psychology Today, Technology|Tags: , , , |

Avoiding arguments may feel like the healthier choice. A study says otherwise. It may feel more comfortable, at least temporarily, to avoid an argument with someone rather than address concerns that are eating at you. However, research suggests that if an argument resolves, the emotional response tied to it significantly reduces or is almost completely erased. [...]

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