Portland Therapy Blog

Portland Therapy Blog

Local experts share the latest information and resources on all things mental health.

Summer At Last! Now What?

Posted: July 31, 2016 by Sam Wilson

Believe it or not, even Oregon summer can be a very difficult time for some people.

Tags: mood and feelings, life transition, addiction and behavior, body issues

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Talking to Kids about Tragedy – 5 Things to Remember

Posted: July 29, 2016 by contact@clearerskiescounseling.org

Here are a few guidelines to talking about tragedy with your kids.

Tags: relationship and family, news

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Spring, Renewal, Stress Reduction and Good Health

Posted: April 21, 2016 by Dominique Marguerite Ph.D.

Spring is a time of renewal.  The days are getting longer, the nights are shorter, trees and blooming flowers cover the landscape with color.

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The Gift of Death

Posted: April 04, 2016 by Nani Waddoups

Death, in particular, is a loss that rattles us out of the sleepy habits of our day and awakens us to the ephemeral reality of being a singular human being, alive on this miracle of a planet, at this point in time.

Tags: mood and feelings

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Winter is Coming: Time to Treat Seasonal Affective Disorder

Posted: November 09, 2015 by mitch@groundpdx.com

We are over a week removed from turning our clocks back, throwing all of our circadian rhythms completely out of whack.  Cooler air and more rain are accompanying darker days, and we have approximately seven months of grey skies to look forward to.  It is a perfect environment for many Portlanders to experience a Seasonal Affective Disorder.

Tags: mood and feelings, anxiety

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