Making Intentional Decisions When We Feel Stuck

I recently did an Instagram poll to gauge how often people feel torn between two healthy ideals. When scrolling through social media there are many “camps” promoting individuals to “Say No” or “Say Yes” or “Show Up” or “Set Limits.” All of these ideals are healthy at different times; however, there is not a one […]

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Turning In

Article by Susanne Stribling, Psy.D., a Licensed Psychologist It is hard to avoid the signs of uncertainty these days. We drive by empty schools. Quiet restaurants. Baseball, softball and soccer complexes are closed on a sunny, spring Saturday. Churches are empty on Sunday morning and likely will all be closed and silent on Easter Sunday. […]

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New moms and COVID-19

As a clinical psychologist who specializes in perinatal mental health, my heart goes out to families who are welcoming newborns during the COVID-19 pandemic. Parenthood comes with many phases of adjustment, and giving birth during a pandemic can complicate that in many ways. There are many uncertainties that moms and parents face as they prepare […]

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