Five Signs Your Lockdown Drinking May be a Problem

People tend to drink more during stressful times, so it’s not surprising to see an increase in alcohol consumption during the Coronavirus pandemic. Changes in daily routine and fears about health can cause anxiety and loneliness, and having an extra…

My child was diagnosed with Autism. Now what?

An autism spectrum disorder (ASD) diagnosis can be intimidating. The amount of information and advice is overwhelming, but there’s no reason to be frightened as you find a treatment plan that suits your child. Here are some things to keep…

Do you Have Undiagnosed Autism?

Many people with high-functioning autism go undiagnosed until adulthood. Those within the autism spectrum may communicate, interact, behave, and learn in ways that are different from others, and it’s rare for two people to have the same symptoms with the…

Mental Health Wellness Tips for Quarantine

New York psychologist Dr. Eileen Feliciano shared many helpful tips on how to cope with COVID-19. She states, “I can’t control a lot of what is going on right now, but I can contribute this.” Here’s her advice, in her…

How to Thrive with Anxiety

Over 40 million people in the U.S. are living with anxiety disorders today. Being diagnosed with an anxiety disorder can be unnerving. Yet being diagnosed can be your first step in the right direction. Professional basketball player, Royce White, has…

Talking to your Children about Coronavirus

There’s no doubt COVID-19 is a serious health concern. With 24/7 news coverage, shut downs, and social distancing recommendations, it’s difficult not to fall into a trap of paranoia while taking precautions to stay healthy. Even more daunting is how…