Advice from an NYC Sports Psychologist

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Sports metaphors are everywhere. In business, in the classroom, in the movies, in finance, in our day-to-day life. Lots of us don’t play a sport anymore, or never even did, but the competitive anxieties still remain in our modern life, well beyond the field or court. We judge and compare ourselves to others, whether it’s through a co-worker’s career advancement or a traveling friend’s Instagram account.

5 Insider Tips On Finding The Right Therapist For You!

You’ve decided to see a therapist? Amazing! Now you just have to pick the right one and that’s the hard part. CBT? DBT? Psychologist vs Psychiatrist? Hypnosis? Sand tray? Dance Therapy? With so many types of therapy and practitioners, it’s easy to get overwhelmed, especially when you are dealing with the thing that made you want to go to therapy in the first place! We are here with insider tips to help you make sense of all the conflicting information out there and find the right therapist for you!

Your Top Asked Questions Answered by A Licensed Dietitian

How can I help my picky eater? What is a good snack idea for my busy life? Have a burning question about your kid’s nutrition needs? You’re not alone! Two of our expert dietitians, Elle and Dina, answer your most-asked questions about kids and nutrition.

Why You Need A Private Yoga Instructor

Namaste all day. But first, yoga. Let’s get down, dog. Yoga is clearly having a moment in pop culture and fashion but it’s so much more than just a cute trend. Yoga has been popular for thousands of years, so what is the key to its staying power? It gives students the chance to learn how to be present, to gain flexibility and strength, and to connect to our breath. The one problem? How do you fit it into your already crammed schedule? Today’s blog post breaks down yoga, what it is and who should do it, and how to find the right instructor for your budget, level, and lifestyle!

12 Things You Must Know Before Finding a Child Psychologist

Having children, one of life’s greatest joys, can sometimes feel like life’s greatest challenge. In these moments of struggle it is often advisable to work with a therapist but it is imperative that it is the right therapist for your child and for your family. The following tips can help you save time and money and prevent you from putting your child through a potentially unpleasant experience with a psychologist that isn’t a good fit.