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Blog - Anxiety

Coping with Working from Home Stress

The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a significant increase in the number of people working from home. While workplaces are opening post -COVID many people are choosing to continue to work from home as they benefit from greater flexibility,...read more


Coping Skills and Strategies

Coping skills and strategies are important tools to improve overall mental health. They can be applied to help manage daily stress, deal with difficult emotions, and attend to difficult life circumstances. These skills can be particularly helpful to manage...read more


Working from Home – Stress and Coping

Work From Home (WFH) is the new normal. Before the pandemic just 14% of Americans worked remotely five or more days a week. Over two years into the pandemic most workers (59%) with jobs they can do from home...read more


Stress, anxiety, or feeling down? What is this telling me?

Sleep that is not restorative, headaches, irritability, a general sluggish feeling, or even nausea. I imagine these are all feelings that most people find unpleasant. Some might even immediately label them as signs of stress, anxiety, or feeling blue....read more


Let’s talk about “Time Management”

One of the underappreciated aspects of pre-pandemic work was how it structured our days. Some ways required conscious effort, such as waking up on time to arrive at work on time. Other ways offered less conscious structure, a co-worker...read more


Zoom fatigue? What it is and how to beat it.

COVID, unfortunately, is still a thing. Trying to meet and maintain our social needs while simultaneously following CDC guidance for mitigation can feel like a losing battle. There has been a dramatic rise in the utilization of Zoom, Skype,...read more