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What is Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)?

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) is a form of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) that was created for individuals who have intense emotions...

Breathing Exercise for Depression

In this breathing exercise, you will add a humming noise to try to stimulate your vagus nerve, which controls your parasympathetic nervous system.

Mindfulness: Body Scan

Mindfulness is the practice of being fully attune with the present moment. You’re not thinking about your to do list...

Distraction Management for ADHD

The ability of the ADHD brain to go after things when it's focused is amazing. The problem is ...

Cognitive Distortions: Overgeneralization

Overgeneralization is an erroneous thought pattern that involves making a rule out of a single or a few events, and...

Cognitive Distortions: Mental Filters

Mental filters are an erroneous thought pattern that involves viewing events through a single (negative) lens, and...

Cognitive Distortions: Jumping to Conclusions

Jumping to Conclusions is an erroneous thought pattern that involves mind reading, or assuming you know what someone is thinking...

Cognitive Distortions: All-or-Nothing Thinking

Sometimes, our thoughts may sound true, but they’re actually being filtered by our brains in ways that are unhelpful or inaccurate.

Anxiety: Teaching our Children to Embrace it

Anxiety has become a pediatric epidemic. We can see children and adolescents suffering daily in school, at home, and even in their social lives.

Breathing Exercise for Anxiety

The simple act of breathing with gentle movements can help you become aware of your current state and even shift it.