Social Anxiety and Re-Engaging Society

Social Anxiety and Re-Engaging Society By Brittany Steiner, Professional Counselor – 05/06/2022 As we progress through the COVID-19 pandemic, many individuals are beginning to re-engage in society after months or even years of social isolation or limited social contact. As more people get vaccinated and infection… Read More

Pandemic Fatigue

Pandemic Fatigue Wash your hands. Wear your mask. Social distance. Stay home if you can.  As a society, we have been hearing the same handful of instructions for almost two full years. We’ve become familiar with curbside pickup, at-home antigen testing, and Amazon is our new… Read More

Spicing Up Your Relationship

Spicing Up Your Relationship By Samantha Motto, (CBI Intern) 2/25/2022   How many times have we entered the words “spice up my relationship” into a search engine? Perhaps a title such as this has caught your attention on the cover of a magazine near the check… Read More

Psychological Testing

Psychological Testing By: Jessica Case, MSEd (pre-doctoral fellow) Psychological testing. What is psychological testing? Let’s break it down! Testing refers to an observation or examination, similar to what we might expect a student would take at… Read More

Exposure and Response Prevention for OCD

While most mental health diagnoses can be treated through various forms of therapy, research has demonstrated that exposure and response(ritual) prevention (EX-RP) is the best-known form of treatment for obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD). OCD often encompasses both obsessions and compulsions.  What is Obsessive Compulsive Disorder? It is important to… Read More

Myths of Addiction

“Being sober is enough.” “She can’t change yet because she hasn’t hit rock bottom.” “Treatment didn’t work last time so it wont work this time either.” “Addiction is a choice and is simply a matter of will power.” These are just a few of the many myths of addiction that… Read More