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With the New Year upon us, many people’s thoughts turn to New Year’s Resolutions. Almost half of all Americans make resolutions every year; however, most fail to accomplish what they resolved to do (Journal of Clinical Psychology, 2012). Whether you are looking … Continue reading
Anxiously Striving for Perfection I have known for several weeks that I needed to write a blog for our website, yet I continued to put it off. I thought about the blog, made notes about ideas, and even did some … Continue reading
“I’m So Stupid!” The Power of Negative Self-Talk Kara M. Subler, MS You’ve heard it all before. I know you have. You know everything you are supposed to do, but you don’t know how to do it. You want to be happy … Continue reading
Anxiety is a real concern. Anxiety disorders affect about 40 million American adults age 18 years and older in a given year, causing them to be filled with fearfulness and uncertainty. (Kessler, et al. 2005). Anxiety disorders also commonly occur … Continue reading
Forensic Interviewing Recently, a training on investigation and prosecution of child abuse and neglect was offered in Bloomington, Indiana. The training was hosted by the National District Attorneys Association and the National Center for Prosecution of Child Abuse. Going through … Continue reading