Archive: August 2017

Sharks and Anxiety – Where We Fight Matters

You’re going to fight a shark.  I pick the shark; you get to pick the location of the fight. Strangely enough, this is a statement I often make to clients that are facing anxiety.  After the initial shock of such a strange prompt, I hear a wide range of responses: a children’s pool, in shallow […]

Video Game Addiction? When Hobby Crosses into Habit

One of the most common topics brought to me by parents of teen clients is that of video games.  Questions of “how much is too much?” or “when is this a serious problem?” are some of the most frequent. Video games are big business.  According to a report from SuperData Research, games generated $91 billion […]