Body-focused therapy helps people manage physical anxiety, in person or through a screen.
I’d always seen the two disorders as opposites. Apparently, they’re more closely related than I realized.
Mass crises frequently find their way into talk therapy. The coronavirus is on another level.
After months of running on fumes (and very few Zzzs), I buckled down and did cognitive behavioral therapy.
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Mild anxiety can be 'adaptive.' Excessive anxiety? Not so much. Fortunately, there are effective ways to manage it.
Relaxation-induced anxiety is a real thing.
Based in mindfulness, sensorimotor therapy asks trauma survivors to do more than just 'talk it out.'
There’s nothing wrong with promoting your own well-being, but some experts worry the self-care movement is masking a greater need for professional help.
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