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Tag Archives: Anxiety
Acting as a volunteer can help heal your grief and pain
Our Tip of the Month: The “post-holiday blues” is a common phenomenon. Although many people feel relieved that the hustle and bustle is over, the let-down is often very hard for those dealing with grief. Volunteering is great way to ease … Continue reading
Song for funeral or memorial brings mourners together
The experience of grief can include rapidly fluctuating, intense feelings such as depression, hopelessness, anger, apathy, frustration, and fear. For many of us, it will be the closest we come to feeling totally, completely unhinged, groundless, and alien to the whole … Continue reading
A licensed clinical social worker helps individuals and couples through the stresses of their childbearing years
Today SevenPonds is speaking with Gaby Donnell, Licensed Clinical Social Worker and co-founder of Motheroots Counseling, based in Portland, Oregon. Motheroots provides counseling services to adults in their childbearing years, helping them deal with issues around fertility, loss of pregnancy, … Continue reading
Doctors at London's Imperial College are exploring the potential of LSD and other psychedelics to heal depression and potentially save lives
In the wake of the 1960s, the US government cracked down on its message to the public regarding the use of psychedelics. They hoped to create an image of it as a damaging, dangerous drug. On one hand, their concerns … Continue reading