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Ways to Manage Anxiety by Sara Loughlin, LCSW

Anxiety is an all too common side effect of our modern, fast-paced life. A little bit of anxiety is natural and even beneficial– anxiety before an interview or before a date can help motivate us to prepare and do our best. However, when the anxiety becomes intrusive, and is a daily presence in our lives, […]

The Paradox of Fear by Vonique Schmidt, LPCC

Halloween is that time of year when we curl up on the couch, grab some popcorn, and put in a horror movie. We might spend the next few nights checking under our beds, closing closet doors, and taking extra precautions to ensure our safety. Fear is an interesting emotion because it serves several different functions. […]

Managing My Fears: Where’s My Blankie? Adult Transitional Objects by Sarah Frank, LMFT

October 23rd, 2016 / Uncategorized / No Comments

It is quite normal for children to have stuffed animals, blankies, or other soft and comforting objects to help ease the transition from the safety of a caregiver to being alone or in unfamiliar situations. These seemingly magical talismans are referred to as “transitional objects”, a term coined by Donald Woods Winnicott, a British psychoanalyst […]

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