It's the beginning of a new year, which for millions of Americans, means it is time to make resolutions that will hopefully result in an improvement in their life in some way. From exercising more, to cutting back on social media/TV, to going to bed earlier, this New York Times article points out that at the root of most resolutions are habits. This article reviews evidence-based strategies that could help you break away from "bad" habits and replace them with healthy ones that will hopefully result in the change you are looking for this year.
1/23/2019 03:02:12 am
In medical industry, it's really important that these experience are having a regular conference so they could discuss a lot of things about what's happening within their circle. That's why I believe that it was a good move that they had this “Leaders in Healthcare” conference and all of us are waiting for some changes to happen. These health experts know what they are doing. But because there are changes that rare happening from time to time, they need to cope up and know how to cope up with their situation.
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Diana Gordon, Psy.D., Kari Kagan Psy.D., and Katie Leoni, Psy.D.
Drs. Gordon, Kagan, and Leoni practice psychotherapy primarily via telehealth. Their areas of expertise include anxiety, sleep, stress, depression, maternal mental health, and addiction. They blog about these topics to provide research-based information about common problems and strategies to help manage them.