Latest by Jerry Kennard, Ph.D., CPsychol., AFBPsS
How a family is organized can help explain why depression affects some people disproportionately.
Setting limits isn’t always easy within a family structure. Sometimes people have different ideas about what is or isn’t acceptable. This is where therapy can help
A deep dive into the ways that tech might help reduce some of workplace stress’ worst effects.
When cell phones start to dominate our waking hours it’s time to sit up and take notice.
There is no such thing as “women’s depression”: there is just depression. Not the same with men.
Just because we don’t like talking about depression doesn’t mean we should shut up about it.
Messages such as “suck it up!” from family or other loved ones can help in building emotional blocks later in life.
The best way to approach assumed rules with a therapist is to bring them out into the open.
Surprising news about health can be a lot to handle for some. In such cases, isolation and denial take over.
As a loved one or friend, it can be hard to get through to a person with guarded emotions. These tips make it easier to open communication.