Screen Use And Mental Health: Part 1

The most common complaint I hear from parents is around screen use in their children and teens. The issue is that their child spends far too much time on screens, impacting mood, anxiety, social life, academic life, sleep, and time with the family. The question I am usually asked is, “What do I do about […]

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Evidence-Based Anxiety Treatment Is Not The Norm

Like lots of Brits, I have terrible teeth. The dentist always tells me off, yet I floss every day, brush my teeth twice per day, and use mouthwash. Last time I went, they recommended that I come in every 3-4 months rather than every 6 months like most people. Yet, when I asked whether there […]

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Why Is Evidence-Based Psychological Treatment So Important?

There is currently a debate in the world of psychology that you need to know about. The American Psychological Association (APA) released guidelines for treating PTSD. It recommends only using evidence-based treatments. Amazingly, there is some fairly strong opposition to this. Apparently many psychologists and therapists oppose these research guidelines because they don’t want to […]

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