Category: Articles

Can worrying hurt…literally?

Can worry actually be painful? Does stress lead to chronic pain? Check out this New York Times article for insight into who worry and stress can potentially lead to chronic pain–and what biofeedback can do to help.     

Spring Break Travel with Children: Beating the Stress

Are you and your family planning a vacation over spring-break or perhaps sometime this summer? In this article, Dr. Lisa Gordon, PhD, from the Family Institute at Northwest University shares her insights about how to make your next family vacation as

The Rise of Superhero Therapy: Comic Books as Psychological Treatment

All hands on deck—how to cope with a soldier’s homecoming

Soldiers returning from war face a huge adjustment, as do their families. Transitioning back to everyday life can take more time than is expected, and can be very stressful. However, there are resources and experts available to help ease the

Building our dreams in a house of cards

Countless news articles have recounted the dismal stories of families faced with foreclosures during the recession. But one byproduct of this catastrophe that’s often overlooked is the fate of “foreclosure pets,” a term Laura Pople uses to refer to pets


How to Stay Resilient through Tough Times Wendy Warner, MD, President of the American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine and Founder and Medical Director of Medicine in Balance, LLC, discusses the impact of stress and anxiety on people’s health and

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Overview: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Health Guide The NY Times: Friday February 19 2010