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When you’re with someone, how present are you? Is your mind wandering? Are you worried about how they perceive you? Are you planning your response? Active listening is an exercise of mindfulness, and requires conscious effort and practice. If your mind wanders during conversation, gently re-focus your attention, just as you would do during meditation. ⁣

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“Emotional pain cannot kill you, but running from it can. Allow. Embrace. Let yourself feel. Let yourself heal.” ― Vironika Tugaleva⁣


Are you experiencing a drop in your mood or energy levels? As we transition into shorter days and colder weather, it’s not uncommon to experience Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). During the winter months, you may find yourself experiencing symptoms of depression, such as fatigue, low motivation, or feeling sad or hopeless. If you notice a shift in your mood or energy levels, try taking the following steps:⁣

* Utilize a sun lamp in the morning⁣
* Get natural sunlight throughout the day whenever possible⁣
* Take time to exercise and socialize, even if you feel unmotivated or lethargic⁣
* Pursue an engaging activity, whether that's working on a 1000-piece puzzle, dancing, knitting, cooking, reading, or doing creative arts⁣
* Work with a therapist who can help you navigate difficult emotions and develop coping skills⁣


If you struggle with racing thoughts, constant stress, and an anxious mind, yoga may be able to help you find harmony and stability from within. ⁣Yoga helps to strengthen our mind-body connection and practice stillness, awareness, and peace.⁣ Visit out link in bio to learn more about yoga for anxiety.⁣


What is Sober Curiosity? ⁣

The sober curiosity movement is about getting curious as to what your life would look like without alcohol. Unlike abstinence, sober curiosity may be something you are considering if you find alcohol may no longer be serving you. This could mean wishing you woke up with a clear head on Sunday mornings, imagining the freedom in not feeling the pressure to drink in social situations, or in contrast, noticing you drink too much in social situations. It can also simply be wanting to improve the negative effects drinking has on your health. How can you know if sober curiosity is right for you? A good place to start is by asking yourself “Is my use of this substance negatively interfering with life?” or “What would my life look like without this substance?” and notice what comes up for you.⁣


Stressed from finals? Join us today at 8:00PM EST for our special offering: Therapeutic Yoga for Academic Stress!⁣

We’ve designed this class to support you through the toughest part of the semester and will help you:⁣
* Reduce stress and regulate your nervous system⁣
* Boost focus and energy levels⁣
* Learn mindfulness and coping techniques ⁣
* Reduce bodily tension⁣
* Let go of anxious thoughts⁣
⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣Sign up via our link in bio!⁣

Photos from Repose's post 11/30/2022

Get the support you need with our reduced fee DBT services. With a success rate of 77% DBT can help you live the life you have imagined.

Book a consultation by clicking the link our bio to get started today!


If you’ve been struggling with symptoms of anxiety or depression (or both), you’re not alone–these are two of the most common reasons people seek therapy. Anxiety and depression can greatly diminish our quality of life, making it feel overwhelming just to get through the day; however, sometimes these symptoms are manifestations of a deeper issue and not the issue itself. ⁣

Individuals who have endured trauma have a greater likelihood of experiencing anxiety and depression, often without realizing the deep connection between their current symptoms and past experiences. Because anxiety and depression may show up years after the individual has experienced trauma, their symptoms can seem unrelated to the traumatic event. For these individuals, making the connection between their life experiences and present symptoms can be a critical turning point. When we unearth the roots of our anxiety and depression, we can begin to address the underlying issue, process our emotions, and embark on our healing journeys. ⁣⁣⁣


What exactly is holistic therapy? Similar to traditional psychotherapy practices, holistic therapy aims to address the client’s emotional, psychological, and behavioral stressors. However, unlike other therapeutic approaches, holistic therapy tends to view symptoms as 𝘮𝘦𝘴𝘴𝘦𝘯𝘨𝘦𝘳𝘴 rather than the problem itself. A holistic therapist will invite you to tune into your bodily sensations, emotions, thoughts, and beliefs in order to listen to those messages with curiosity, compassion, and an open-mind. Learn more about what holistic therapy entails via our link in bio!⁣⁣


G R A T I T U D E⁣

Practicing gratitude is one of the most powerful things we can do for our mental health. Take time to pause and reflect on what you’re grateful for. It can be as simple as your morning cup of coffee or favorite book, or as meaningful as your loved ones. ⁣

Here are some prompts to get you started:⁣
- What is one thing you can see right now that you are grateful for?⁣
- Name someone who makes you feel loved and accepted⁣
- What is an activity that brings you joy?⁣
- What do you like most about yourself?⁣
- What has been the best part of your day/week/month?


Reminder: You are exactly where you need to be. Growth is never linear, and it’s okay if you feel overwhelmed, confused, or discouraged – it is all part of the journey. Practicing mindfulness can help us to tune into the moment and just be without judging or criticizing ourselves. Take a moment to close your eyes, focus on your breathing, and find peace with where you are.⁣⁣


Your individual reality may represent a wide range of emotions that cannot be verbalized. Art therapy is a form of expressive therapy that can expand your ability to communicate and express yourself on your journey towards self-awareness and self-acceptance. ⁣⁣
Learn more about art therapy at Repose — including how virtual art therapy works — via our link in bio!⁣


Do you easily pick up on other people’s moods? Can you sense what the people around you are feeling? Perhaps you notice small shifts in behavior or facial expressions that other people miss. If you’re highly sensitive, you may be experiencing a common trauma response called hypervigilience. This frequently occurs among those with PTSD and/or adults who grew up in unpredictable, tense, anxious, or abusive households. In order to adapt, we learn to become hyper aware of our surroundings. With guidance from a mental health professional, you can learn how to manage these symptoms and live a more peaceful, balanced life.⁣



Quality psychotherapy shouldn’t be so expensive. That’s why we’re excited to offer reduced-rate therapy services — starting as low as $60 per session — to clients in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. Visit our link in bio to book your free consultation today!


Quality psychotherapy shouldn’t be so expensive. That’s why we’re excited to offer reduced-rate therapy services — starting as low as $60 per session — to clients in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. Visit our link in bio to book your free consultation today!


When we do the difficult work of changing a long-engrained pattern, behavior, or way of being, we can also experience a sense of grief that comes along with losing the way things used to be. ⁣

If you are struggling to make a change that you know you need to make, consider how the fear of the unknown might be holding you back. Allowing yourself to grieve an old way of being may make it a bit easier to step into a new way of being. The fear of loss - and the fear of the unknown - can keep us stuck. How can you get curious about this in order to cultivate compassionate change in your life?⁣


Photos from Repose's post 11/04/2022

On Sunday, November 6th, we will be winding our clocks back an hour for daylight savings. This time switch can feel like a challenging adjustment, and it's not uncommon to experience disturbances in sleep, mood, and energy levels. In order to minimize any adverse effects of "falling back," we invite you to try the strategies.⁣


Infidelity can feel catastrophically devastating, accompanied by heartache, despair, and fear. Fear around whether repair is possible, or if the foundation of one’s marriage can be rebuilt. These fears are normal and are to be expected. But they do not need to be absolute. When all partner(s) are committed to genuine healing, most marriages or partnerships survive, and many even become stronger with deeper levels of intimacy and trust.⁣

Visit our link in bio to learn more about healing the wounds of unfaithfulness.⁣


Social anxiety is what it sounds like: feeling anxious in social situations and/or around certain people. Individuals with social anxiety can be particularly susceptible to the “spotlight effect,” which is when we overestimate how much people notice or care about us. In reality, most people are far more concerned with themselves than they are with others. But when you’re dealing with social anxiety, it can feel as though you are being watched constantly.⁣⁣
Some signs of social anxiety can include:⁣⁣
➣ Being highly self-critical⁣⁣
➣ Seeing things in black-and-white (i.e., “everyone hates me” or “I’ll never fit in”) ⁣⁣
➣ Ruminating on past social interactions⁣⁣
➣ Frequently comparing yourself to others⁣⁣
➣ Avoiding social situations altogether⁣⁣
➣ Have trouble maintaining eye contact or engaging with others for long periods of time⁣⁣
➣ Not speaking up in meetings, class, or social events⁣⁣
⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣When you recognize an anxious thought, try responding with one of the following questions/affirmations:⁣⁣
➣ Is this thought based on feeling rather than fact?⁣⁣
➣ What would I tell someone else who is having this thought?⁣⁣
➣ Will I care about this in 1, 5, or 10 years?⁣⁣
➣ I don’t have to believe everything I think⁣⁣
➣ Only I can decide how I feel about myself⁣⁣
➣ I do not need to listen to my inner critic⁣⁣
➣ Everyone here is imperfect, unique, and human like me⁣⁣
➣ I’m human, and I’m allowed to make mistakes⁣⁣
➣ I deserve to be myself⁣⁣




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