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Some thoughts on depression – Q&A

I was honored to be recently named as a Top Doc. It’s always gratifying to be recognized for good work, and this kudo comes with the bonus of having an active Q&A section on their website, where readers (and potential patients) can anonymously ask questions.  I’ve tried to find time to answer a bunch of…

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Anxiety Toolkit

1.  Mindfulness Exercise Start by taking a few deep breaths … breathing in through your nose … and then out through your mouth … in through your nose … and then out through your mouth. Then, while you continue to do so, gradually try to make yourself aware of: 5 Things You Can See:  For…

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What is Executive Functioning?

Executive Functioning has become a catchphrase in psychology, parenting, and, increasingly, education.  Executive functioning is mediated by the frontal lobe. You can think of it as the conductor of the orchestra. Or the chef of a bustling kitchen. You can have very talented musicians, but the orchestra doesn’t do so well without the guidance and…

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Black Mental Health

Black history month and psychology: A quick look at research into disparities in need for services and access to mental health treatment. 1946 In the 1940s, psychologists Kenneth and Mamie Clark designed and conducted a series of experiments known colloquially as “the doll tests” to study the psychological effects of segregation on African-American children. Drs. Clark…

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