Have you ever wondered, why do we get nervous? We have tips on understanding your neurochemistry and what you can do to help better cope with your nervousness.
Thanks to modern-day technology, patients now have another option that might be more suitable for them and their needs: online counseling...
Your brain has two modes, and one is better than the other.
Research shows the most effective methods of persuasion.
Neuroscientists have identified the neural networks that connect the cerebral cortex to the adrenal medulla, which is responsible for the body's rapid response in stressful situations. These findings provide evidence for the neural basis of a mind-body connection. Specifically, the findings shed new light on how stress, depression and other mental states can alter organ function, and show that there is a real anatomical basis for psychosomatic illness.
Stress is affecting your brain much more than you think. Sure, you've experienced the distraction, forgetfulness, negativity or anxiety that comes from s...
“Sometimes we use our minds not to discover facts, but to hide them.”
Science writer Jo Marchant says that the mind can play an important role in dealing with a variety of health concerns, including pain, heart disease and depression. Marchant's new book is Cure.
Although worry and anxiety are something which are normal, it can get serious at times. Therefore, finding a way to reduce the same feeling is something that most should learn to live life happily. Perhaps, worry and anxiety are the two most troublesome experience that stops us from living freely. No matter how happy you …
We take a look at the influence that being in a relationship can have over aspects of health and well-being, including stress, heart health, blood pressure and mental health.
See why people come to counseling and what it can help do!
You can make yourself more confident, more generous, and less likely to succumb to stress. Here's how.
"Counseling is a collaborative process, but you are the expert on yourself."
If you feel like parenting advice just isn’t cutting it, I urge you to turn to a counselor. With a little professional guidance, it can be easier.
Counseling provides a welcoming space for children to discuss worries and share experiences unique to being in a first responder family
Teenagers are exposed to and experience a range of challenges which can have significant and adverse effects on their mental wellbeing.