Lately I’ve seen many helpful articles normalizing (that’s a therapist term for “letting the client know this feeling/thought/action/experience is normal”) all the feelings you might be feeling right now during COVID-19 shut downs. The same articles give tips on ways to care for yourself, many just as vague as the phrases above.
May is Mental Health Month and Northstar is proud to co-sponsor Mental Health Month in the Ville…
This week, your world may look much different than it did just 7 days ago. With the constantly changing situation regarding Covid-19, it is easy to feel overwhelmed, alone, and disconnected. As State and Federal governments are recommending social distancing to reduce the spread and impact of this virus, it is important to find new and creative […]
What comes to your mind when you think of Valentine’s Day? If you’re anxious, there’s a good chance you’re concerned about being let down, or letting someone down. If you’re single, your anxiety may be focused on the constant fear and wondering if you’ll ever find “that one” to spend your life with. If you’re […]