What You Watch Matters: The neurochemistry of content can reshape our lives.

"An ever-growing body of peer-reviewed literature demonstrates a correlation between certain types of digital materials and the release of specific mood-altering brain neurotransmitters."

Why Maintaining a Schedule During COVID-19 is Important for Your Mental Health

Instead of freaking out, which only fuels anxiety and contributes to depression, a person can tell themselves, "I am in charge of what I do now.”

14 Benefits of Teletherapy

Teletherapy and COVID-19 - Why teletherapy is helpful

Managing Emotions in a Pandemic

Working from home? Here’s how to do it like a pro.

The pros, of course, are very clear: Supreme flexibility, undeniable autonomy and a commute that consists of walking down the hallway or a flight of stairs. The cons? It takes practice and requires a significant amount of self-awareness, discipline and laser-like focus.

Comforting friends in grief can be tricky. Here’s a guide.

Comfort IN, dump OUT.

An Age by Age Guide to Common Fears

Most children at certain ages will become scared of particular things.

Calming the Anxious Child ( and adults too!)

Telling anxious kids to "calm down" or "buck up" doesn't work. Here's what does.

Students: Ditch Your Laptops!

"The students who were taking longhand notes in our studies were forced to be more selective — because you can't write as fast as you can type. And that extra processing of the material that they were doing benefited them."

How To Make Friends

“You can’t snap your fingers and make a friend. Maintaining close relationships is the most important work we do in our lives — most people on their deathbeds agree.”