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Sarah Greenberg, MFT
Are you longing to escape the daily grind? Finding flow is an effective and accessible way to do it, according to research.
Are you continually falling short on your goals? Dig a little deeper to find out why.
Is modern life taking a toll on you? Research shows you're not alone. Just like the rise of sugar made dental hygiene a necessity, modern life begs for mental health hygiene.
Now more than ever, it's important to know how to care for our minds. Here are some simple ways to prevent or address common symptoms of anxiety and depression.
How do we discern between self-help content that just makes us feel worse, and that which actually helps us reach our goals? Here are five questions to help you filter.
Finding affordable therapy can feel harder than finding fur on a rattlesnake. But there are resources out there. Try these simple tips.
Days away from the election, here's a proven technique to shift from overwhelmed to mobilized for action — and the science behind why many feel stuck.
You're trying hard to help others grow and develop. Why isn't it working? You may be missing one of these critical ingredients for effective support.
You can’t “fix” someone’s depression, but you also needn’t underestimate your potential for providing support on their journey.
The more power and privilege we are given, the more important it is to seek opportunities to listen with at least as much fervor as we seek opportunities to be heard. Here's how.
It's more common for Americans to show signs of mental illness than it is to skip breakfast. A few language tweaks can go a long way towards reducing stigma.
As we forgo beach vacations for uncertainty, “feeling good” is the new black. Create a mental fitness routine now, and you'll thank yourself later.
Is the "simultaneous shift" of working and parenting wearing you out? You're not alone. A therapist shares the one worry we can let go of, even as the situation continues.
Life is fundamentally different in the age of COVID-19, meaning our former playbook for managing stress may now be outdated. Here are some new de-stressors to try.
We all want to live lives of meaning. But the search for purpose can feel lofty and out of reach. Turns out, sources of meaning may be right under your nose.
Are you afraid childhood "princess movies" are sending the wrong messages to kids? There's cause for hope in Elsa and Anna.
Would you like to more fully appreciate and recognize those around you? Many of us hold this positive intention. Here's one four-letter word that may be getting in our way.
Feeling underestimated at work? Science suggests this could bring you down. Or it could make you great. Here's how to choose the latter.
Want to know how to unlock your whole team's potential? Hint: It's one small mindset shift.
Sarah Greenberg is a psychotherapist and leadership coach.