by Dr. Elil The holiday season can be a time of great joy and togetherness. But for many people, there’s also a constant feeling of stress that lasts from Thanksgiving all the way through New Year’s. Between preparing feasts, buying presents, and traveling to see family, there’s a giant to-do list in many people’s heads that […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Beating the Holiday Blues
by Dr. Wolfe It can be very overwhelming to get the news that your child or teenager has been diagnosed with depression. Parents often blame themselves, wondering “What did I do wrong?” or “What could I have done to stop this?” You may be worried sick about your child, or even feel depressed yourself. […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Five Tips to Help Your Depressed Child
by Dr. Elil When people recognize that they want to change their lives, many of them start to work on it on their own. There are a lot of great resources to help you – from self-help books to podcasts to YouTube videos. However, some changes are still difficult. You try to apply new ways of thinking […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on When Should You Choose Therapy?
by Dr. Elil Do you ever wake up in the middle of the night, worrying about the things you have to do the next day? Do you have problems falling asleep because of all the thoughts racing through your head Even when you make a small mistake, do you find it difficult to let […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Anxiety and Depression
by Dr. Wolfe Has your child been acting unusually sad or out-of-sorts lately? Have they been having more trouble functioning at home or at school because of their mood? It’s possible your child may be experiencing depression. Contrary to popular belief, depression is not just an adult issue. The only way to know for sure […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on 10 Signs of Depression in Kids and Teens