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Anxiety Increasing Across America

Anxiety about Daily Life Increasing Across America Searching Google for information about America’s most common anxieties may not be the most scientific research. But one opinion writer for The New York Times suggests, at the very least, it’s a snapshot of what’s worrying folks across this diverse country. In an article titled “Fifty States of […]

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Coping with Unemployment Anxiety

Jamie, age 45, is by all measures a talented and hard-working person. He has earned multiple graduate degrees and amassed much professional expertise. Yet Jamie finds himself unemployed, with no immediate job-prospects. He is surprised to find himself in this position in mid-life, and has been experiencing feelings of anxiety and depression. He says: “I’ve been […]

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Nancy Hoffman, LICSW

Nancy Hoffman, LICSW Therapy Approach At some point, we all have to deal with the effects of life’s stressors, be they at the loss of a relationship or job; a parent’s or spouse’s illness; the onset of a medical condition; conflict within a relationship; or other sudden and unwelcome changes in life’s routine. Everyone has […]

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Help for Social Anxiety

Social Anxiety Disorder is the third most common psychiatric illness, and depending on the definition one uses- the incidence is believed to be anywhere from 5 to 13 percent of the population in the United States suffer from it in their lifetime. Social Anxiety manifests in various ways some of which can be fairly innocuous. […]

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Depressed? Poor Self-Esteem? Anxiety? Rational Emotive Therapy Can Help

If you are suffering from depression, poor self-esteem, or anxiety, Rational Emotive Therapy (RET) can help you learn how to feel good.RET helps you identify the emotional and practical problems in your life, and helps delineate the difference between the two. You will be able to minimize emotional disturbances, obtain self-actualization, and experience an improvement […]

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Anxiety Disorders: How to Identify, How to Help

Characteristics of Anxiety Anxiety in one form or another is the most common issue that brings people to therapy. It ranges in severity from a vague but persistent sense of unease to incapacitating panic attacks and many levels in between. Various forms of psychotherapy can be very effective in addressing the pain of anxiety and helping […]

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Bear Cub Alone but Okay

The bear cub, the one with the splayed foot didn’t know how long she had been walking. But she knew she was lost. The rich sweet smells of Huckleberry and Pine were faint and far on the horizon but diffuse and so hard to locate exactly. The deep green scent of Oak, Spruce, Evergreen and […]

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