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Taproot Therapy: A Mindful Moment
Sep 30, 2020
Mindful Minis: Ambiguous Grief
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How do we grieve something or someone that we personally have lost, but the person or thing still exists? How do we grieve the loss of a dream or a hope? This episode explores ambiguous grief. For more resources on grief, here is a link to David Kessler's work, and a recent podcast he recorded with Brené Brown from
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The Cognitive Triangle - Ways to Combat Anxiety
The cognitive triangle is a tool in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) that connects our thoughts, feelings and behaviors. If we change our thoughts or behaviors, then our feeling will change as well. This episode explores this skill and how we can apply it. We also explore anxiety when it is adaptive, and when it becomes maladaptive. Read more about it on our blog on our website, www.taproottherapynyc.com. Follow us on Instagram (@taproottherapynyc) and Facebook (@TaprootN). Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jul 29, 2021
Wellness in a Post-Pandemic World
As we transition back to our lives as they were before COVID-19, it is important that we care for our wellness. Wellness is engaging in small acts and routines throughout the day that don’t just help us survive, but thrive. In this episode, we explore what we can do to care for ourselves as we potentially return to in-person work, begin seeing friends and family more frequently, and engage in activities we used to participate in. We explore the Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) skill, PLEASE. We talk about the play research done by Stuart Brown. And, we present a wellness assessment that you can find on our blog (www.ErinIwanusalcsw.com). Email me at email@example.com to connect! Connect with us on Instagram (@taproottherapynyc) and Facebook (@taprootN).
Jul 22, 2021
DBT Skill : Self-Soothing
Dialectical Behavior Therapy’s distress tolerance skills are used to support us when we are feeling distressed or overwhelmed. Sometimes, when we feel our feelings, we can’t respond to them in the way we would like to - either because we are in a space where we can’t (like at a work meeting), or we are feeling our emotion very intensely. Self-soothing is a distress tolerance skill that uses our senses to soothe our distress. By finding soothing things we can see, hear, taste, touch, or smell, our emotions become soothed as well. For more information on Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), visit our blog on our website: www.taproottherapynyc.com, and click on the “Blogs” tab. Reach out to our practice with any questions or feedback! Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our practice is accepting new clients! If you’re interested in starting therapy, our team is ready to work with you. Email us to schedule your free 15-minute consultation.