The holiday season can be a time of joy and cheer. It can be a wonderful opportunity to spend time with loved ones. At the same time, these holiday gatherings can bring up feelings of stress, anxiety, and depression. Here are five tips from our
My Experience with Caregiving By Connie Yang, MA A little over 1.5 years ago, my father died after being terminally ill for 2.5 years. He began getting very sick in 2018, right when I started my graduate program to become a therapist. I had to
An Asian American Therapist Discusses Recovering from Burnout In our second year of living in a global pandemic, many of us are finding that we have to adjust to a new normal. For many, it has prompted us to reevaluate priorities and reassess careers. It
We all have daily human experiences that expose us to a level of anxiety, and even when we may not like to admit it, we all feel a level of normal anxiety. Have you ever thought about what you felt when you had to move
The pandemic went on longer than any of us could have guessed. Now that the world is beginning to open up again, many families are figuring out how to re-integrate back into society. What are the changes that are coming? What should their kids expect?
A Burnout Therapist in Los Angeles, California Discusses the Difference Between Being Burnt out and Needing a Career Shift Experiencing burnout at work isn’t an unusual thing. As a matter of fact, job burnout is the most common form of burnout that people experience during
A Burnout Therapist in Los Angeles, California Discusses Signs of Burning Out. People are quick to use different stylizations of the expression, “I’m burned out.”. However, is there a difference between being stressed and burned out? And how do you know if you’re burned out?