Karen Doll, Psy.D., L.P
Do You Have Cellphone Separation Anxiety?

At first glance, the idea of cell phone separation anxiety can seem flippant. Could people being away from their phones actually cause extreme problems or stress? While it is not

Michelle Overman LMFT
How to Reduce Worry and Rumination

Worrying is something we all do. Even the most laid-back person worries about something. We worry about our futures, our jobs, and our relationships (just to name a few). It

Shannon V. McHugh, PsyD
How Common is an Exhibitionism Disorder?

Sex and sexuality have been studied for centuries and different cultures have their own unique perspectives about what constitutes appropriate and “normal” sexual expression and sexual conduct. What has been

Karen Doll, Psy.D., L.P
10 Signs You Might Be a Perfectionist

Perfectionism contributes to high stress and anxiety. There can be confusion sorting through what is high achieving vs perfectionism. The critical difference is that perfectionism is the need to achieve

Michelle Overman LMFT
How to Stop Overthinking?

Do you have the tendency to overthink or overanalyze things? Think about a time you gave an important presentation, had a conversation with someone you wanted to impress, or went

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Tracy Smith LPC, NCC, ACS
Can Music Help Anxiety?

Music shows great versatility and can be a powerful outlet for many people.  Some individuals have difficulty verbalizing their thoughts and feelings and use music as a means of self-expression. 

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Karen Doll, Psy.D., L.P
Are Anxiety Chat Rooms Helpful?

Participating in an online chatroom could be tempting, particularly for individuals with anxiety.  It is often a subtle way to share your feelings and learn from others about their experiences.