By: Pedro Edney, MSW In my professional experiences with the adolescent population as a therapist, clinical social worker, and an intern probation officer, I have found a correlation between self-harm … Continue Reading →
By: Julie Guay, Psy.D., Bryn Mawr Rehab Psychology Associates As the Baby Boomer generation continues to age, more people are becoming concerned about their memory and the risk of experiencing … Continue Reading →
“Having a mindset of de-cluttering helps to manage stress,” says Lauren Napolitano, PsyD, a psychologist at Bryn Mawr Hospital in Pennsylvania. More from Health.com.
We live in a busy world. At the same time you’re trying to remember the details of yesterday’s meeting, you’re probably also focusing on getting the kids to school on … Continue Reading →
When you’re preparing for baby, some worrying is expected. Will my baby be healthy? Will I have the nursery ready on time? How will I balance my time fairly? But … Continue Reading →
Dr. Stephen Mechanick, the chairman of psychiatry at Main Line Health says these screening tools can be useful. More from KYW Newsradio.
Although pregnancy can be an exciting time for many moms, the days and weeks after baby’s arrival can prove to be a very emotional time. Lack of sleep, adapting to … Continue Reading →
Immediately following a heart attack, most patients are focused on getting back on their feet and taking control of their physical health. But that’s not all there is to consider; … Continue Reading →
By: Regan Sarmento, M. Ed., Education Coordinator, American Day Treatment Center A growing number of children and adolescents are experiencing anxiety that has the potential to significantly impact their life. … Continue Reading →
“Tangible or visible organization leads to emotional organization,” says Lauren Napolitano, PsyD, a psychologist at Bryn Mawr Hospital in Pennsylvania. More from ABC News.