All or Nothing vs. Shades of Gray

All or Nothing vs. Shades of Gray

Couple Therapy Bethesda, MD This week’s blog post takes us back to our tour of cognitive distortions, or problematic ways of thinking that can get in the way of healthy relationship functioning. As I’ve shared in some of my previous posts (Don’t Take it Personally, Change Your Filter), these irrational thought patterns disrupt healthy self-talk and

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The Mental Battle After a Car Crash

If you have been involved in a car collision, one of your biggest challenges will likely be your physical recovery. However, you may also be impacted mentally and emotionally. Especially in the case of a car accident being particularly frightening or traumatizing, you may need outlets for expressing your emotions. Sometimes people forget about mental

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Men in Therapy

Men in Therapy

Individual Therapy Sterling VA Today’s blog is a guest post from pro lacrosse player Paul Rabil, with whom I have the privilege of working in therapy. Whether you’re a lacrosse fan or not, I think you’ll enjoy his perspective. – Lindsey I feel really lucky to have been a part of the Lindsey Hoskins &

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Holistic Self Care

Individual Therapy Sterling, VA Google self-care strategies and you’ll find yourself a list of self-soothing tips with a bubble bath topping the list. These mini breaks from daily life are part of a healthy self care plan but if you find yourself desperate for that time every day it might be time to institute a more

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The Mind-Body Connection and Chiropractic Care

You might have heard of a concept called the “mind-body connection” before, but if you’re like most people, you haven’t really looked into what it entails. The mind-body connection presents a tremendous, largely untapped and under-researched theory of healing that relates to many conditions, including pain management. A person’s overall mind, body and emotional health

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