By: Jeremy Fusco (How To Stop Streams of Thoughts, Use Awareness) This episode discusses what is overthinking, and how to stop streams of thoughts and a distracted mind. We cover how to utilize the “AAA” method = Acknowledge, Accept, and Act to bring awareness to what is currently occurring. The challenge of taking
On the Latest Bringing Intimacy Back show, we had a special guest Kathy Kates, a pelvic floor therapist, and bilingual family nurse practitioner. Kathy Kates works with women, men, transgender, and non-gender non-conforming patients experiencing chronic pelvic pain and other pelvic floor dysfunction. On the show, Kathy Kates will discuss how intimacy and, having pelvic
Dr.Talal H. Alsaleem, PsyD, LMFT: I can’t move on from my cheating partner! Where do I go from here?
On the latest Bringing Intimacy Back show, we welcomed a special guest by the name of Dr. Talal H. Alsaleem . He is an award-winning marriage counselor and researcher. Dr. Talal is the author of the acclaimed book, Infidelity: The Best Worst Thing that Could Happen to Your Marriage. Dr. Talal is the founder of
John Amodeo, PH.D., MFT I recently spoke on the art of receiving at an event organized by. Dr. Allen Berger, who is a psychologist, author, and leading expert on addiction. He made the interesting point that there’s an important difference between receiving and taking. Here is my understanding of the difference. Many of us have
The combined influence of the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement and the COVID-19 pandemic has led those working at academic medical centers to become more acutely aware of the consequences of racism on mental, physical, and public health. The harsh realities of growing up Black in America became vividly evident with the tragic killing of George Floyd
by: Children's Health of Texas Many families are facing major changes in their day-to-day lives because of coronavirus disease (COVID-19). With all the unknowns that come with a new virus, it's normal to feel anxious about the "what ifs" and the future. This stress does not just affect adults – children and teens are also at