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Psychology has a lot to offer, and here at Connecte we’re passionate about making psychology more accessible and available outside of the therapy room. Check out our blog posts to learn about everything from how to talk to your kid who’s struggling with weight, how to connect with yourself and reach your goals, and how to make therapy work for you.

Body Image In Sport

The relationship between athletes and their bodies can be a complicated one. Dr. Jodie Richardson's Body Image in Sport is an engaging and comprehensive look into this complex and sometimes difficult relationship. Jodie examines some of the facts about body dissatisfaction in athletes - causes and specific issues - and outlines an education plan based...
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Into the Unknown! Making Big Choices and Life Changes Part 2: A Song of Ambivalence and Uncertainty

Part 1 of this post about making big choices covered some key basics on the how-to’s of decision-making. Here in Part 2, Dr. Maryann Joseph invites us to come along for a deeper dive down into more process-level help for getting closer to a decision when we feel really stuck. 
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Boundaries

Our kids practice setting boundaries with us from a young age, to assert themselves through stages of growing independence, and also to learn what limits will be respected based on how we react. These transition times can be scary for parents, as we struggle with feelings of inadequacy,  loss or rejection. But when we handle...
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Pressure To Be Productive During The Pandemic And What To Do About It

Feeling overwhelmed by pressure to be more pandemic-productive? You're not alone. Longer isolation has meant more time spent on social media and more blurring of home/work life boundaries, resulting in mounting pressure to be ever more performative and compounding stressors in an already challenging time. Dr. Zhen Xu shares strategies for now, for how to...
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REAL help for teens struggling with eating, activity or body image

As parents, we want our kids to be healthy, body and mind, but sometimes we feel like we have little control or influence. We want them to learn how to take care of themselves in a healthy way, without developing an unhealthy preoccupation with their eating or body image. So, how can we help our...
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You Are More Than What You Eat

Some attention to how we eat and where our food comes from can have positive effects on our physical and mental health. Cross that optimal level of stress, however, and preoccupation with the quality of food can start to feel all-consuming. 
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