Pathways News & Blog

November 20th, 2020

As we continue to bear with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reminds us that the virus does not take any time off for the holidays. The holidays may be a particularly dangerous time for virus transmission due to several common holiday traditions, including, among other things:• Large indoor gatherings • Increased travel and contact with others we do not frequently see • Attending multiple gatherings with various groups of…

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July 29th, 2020

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is an emergent form of therapy. From this therapy has come an idea of Radical Acceptance. Radical Acceptance is a skill where people learn to accept the things that are outside of their control. The things that one cannot control include past events, thoughts, memories, emotions, physical sensations, and other people. It means accepting your mind, body, and heart fully and without judgment in the present moment. Radical acceptance is a form of distress…

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June 12th, 2020

Part of mindfulness is to help bring you into the present, the “here and now.” This is important because people struggling with mental health issues often get stuck living in the past or worrying about the future. For example, those with anxiety tend to fear the future, those with depression or PTSD find themselves to be stuck in the past, and ,those with ADHD will let their mind wander and find it difficult to be present in the now. Laura Meyers explains, “Depression and anxiety also…

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March 13th, 2020

To Our Clientele and Families,This is an unprecedented time for us as a practice as well as our country and community.We are continuing to provide necessary services during this time of increased stress, anxiety, and worry about the COVID-19 pandemic. These services are provided through an online telehealth option.Our online sessions are easy. You can use your mobile phone, tablet, or laptop from the comfort and safety of your home. Our team can guide you through the simple steps. …

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April 16th, 2019

Some people say stress, some say anxiety. These are differing terms that mean something different depending on the circumstance and effects. They have some similarities such as what can happen to the body. The both have long term effects that can have larger affects on us. Here stress and anxiety will be defined. All of the similarities and differences will be discussed. The long-term affects will be examined. Finally, some solutions to both stress and anxiety will be provided.Anxiety on…

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