Ap Review: PTSD Coach

I love bringing my readers new mental health aps they can try! As you might have noticed, I have a lot of positive things to say about these aps. That’s partially because, in general, I have a lot of positive things to say about a lot of things. I want to share with you thingsContinue reading “Ap Review: PTSD Coach”

Interview with Felicia Nubivn, LMSW: Butterfly Gardens and Telehealth

Felicia Nubivn is a social worker, researcher, and advocate for social justice. We connected over Twitter, and she shared that she had been using a butterfly garden in telehealth sessions. Since I’m always looking for more telehealth ideas, I reached out, and Felicia was kind enough to take time to talk with me about herContinue reading “Interview with Felicia Nubivn, LMSW: Butterfly Gardens and Telehealth”

Interview with Dr. Regine Galanti, Psychologist and Author

Dr. Galanti is a psychologist who practices in New York. She started a private practice that currently has four mental health providers who work primarily with children and adolescents. She also does parenting consultations and work to help the adults caring for her clients be the best parents they can be. In March 2020, sheContinue reading “Interview with Dr. Regine Galanti, Psychologist and Author”

Antidepressants and Children

Antidepressant can be a scary word. This is especially true for children, teens, and their parents. Although I personally cannot prescribe medication in my practice, I often make referrals for medication consults, and I talk many families through their concerns about medication. Today, I want to address some of the concerns I have heard relatedContinue reading “Antidepressants and Children”

Ap Review: Breathing

Breath is a huge part of mindfulness. Most guided meditations start by prompting you to check in with your breath, either by taking deliberately big and slow breaths or simply noticing what your breath is doing. I’ve shared some breathing exercises that I use with clients in the past. Breathing is a free ap byContinue reading “Ap Review: Breathing”