Psychiatrists and Psychologists both have advanced training in the field of mental health but there are some important distinctions. In this video, we’ll look at the differences between psychiatrists, psychologists, and therapists.
Cognitive distortions are thought patterns that can feed into cycles of stress, anxiety, depression, and insomnia. We all have them but they can be hard to spot if you don’t know what to look for! In this video, we’ll look at 3 common cognitive distortions and discuss how to challenge them.
Do you ever say “my anxiety”, “my insomnia”, or “my depression”? The thoughts and words we choose can actually make those experiences worse. In this video, we’ll look at what happens in our brain and body when we “own” those experiences and what to say instead.
Have you been doomscrolling more than usual? It’s a natural response to uncertain situations, but it can make us more anxious and depressed. In this video, you’ll learn why we do it and 5 tips to help you stop the cycle of doomscrolling.
Building emotional fitness helps to improve mood, reduce stress, and improve sleep, focus, relationships, and more. In this week’s video, I’m sharing 5 tips to help you flex your emotional muscles and build emotional fitness.
In this video, I’ll be debunking 5 common myths about Psychiatry and I’ll be sharing an exciting new (but old!) paradigm in mental health that will help you sleep better, perform better, and achieve optimal wellbeing.