- Fearful Attachment, Trauma, Social Anxiety, and Depression
Emerging research provides clinically-relevant findings for those addressing and living with combined social anxiety and depression.
- Screen Time for Kids: Give Them What They Need
Society's fear of technology destroying our children's future has reached a fever pitch.
- Could the Latest Word Game Really Train Your Brain?
The newest online word game, Wordle, may help people feel like they are exercising their brains. Research on video games and cognition suggests that there may be truth to this.
- Treating Allergic Reactions With Hypnosis
Under the guidance of a healthcare professional, hypnosis may improve patients' allergies.
- The Science of School Belonging
Schools must prioritize children's need for belonging. They can do so by putting decades of research into practice.
- 5 Elements of Writing
Writing well is a skill that takes years to hone. Here are some pointers as to what makes a good text, but nothing beats practice.
- When and How Money Buys Happiness
Making more money can indeed improve psychological well-being—but only for some people. New research on money motivations helps explain why.
- My New Year's Resolution as a Parent
Many of us still make resolutions and intentions. Do we make any that involve our kids?
- Mental Health in the Workplace
Even before COVID-19, research showed shocking levels of stress among workers. So, what’s the answer? Here’s my perspective on the situation.
- 5 Steps For Becoming a Well and Balanced Mother
Millennial mothers want balance and wellness in motherhood. Here are 5 steps for how to actually find it.