Johnny: A Hypothetical Case of Depressive Symptoms This week, we continue our exploration of our hypothetical teenage boy, Johnny. While in our previous segment, Johnny was somewhat recluse to himself … Continue reading Understanding Childhood Depression: A Depth Psychological Perspective (Part 2)
A Hypothetical Case Presentation John is a 16-year-old male that has been recently home-schooled due to the COVID 19 pandemic. In 10th grade, John’s academics were superb, he made the … Continue reading Understanding Childhood Depression: A Depth Psychological Perspective
Dr. Tom continues his exploration of the psychology behind weight loss in this inspirational video on the ill effects overthinking has on our ability to let go.
It took science awhile, but it has shown that happiness in your marital relationship can help prolong your life. Happiness, not stress is found to be a key factor to … Continue reading Happy Wife, Happy Life: Happy Spouse, Happy House!
No winter lasts forever; no spring skips its turn. (Hal Borland)
“This feels like the end. Everything we had worked hard for is now gone. My life, as I know it, is over. Divorce is the pits. I don’t know … Continue reading Getting Your Groove Back: Tending the Emotional Garden Post Divorce — Maples Family Law, Inc.
In this article, we explore FOCUS as an ability to create successful endeavors in one’s life.
The prevalence of ADD and its hyperactive counterpart ADHD is astounding. The Centers for Disease Control CDC estimate the morbidity of ADHD in this country to be: Percent of children … Continue reading ADD, ADHD, or Lack of Boundaries?