Communities around the world have been stunned, outraged, and angered by the anti-Black, anti-immigrant, and anti-Indigenous statements made on a leaked audio by three Latinx Los Angeles City Council Members and the President of the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor.
I heard this phrase while watching the news recently and literally yelled at the television, “That’s work-life balance!” As a therapist helping high achievers and busy professionals manage stress, I support every employee who has decided not to do any extra work for their employer…
Organizations–both for-profit and nonprofit–across all fields began forming Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion committees. Sadly (but not surprisingly) many of these committees were woefully unprepared to address these issues, and caused harm that has not yet been acknowledged and accounted for.
This blog post will detail the effects of this decision on mental health and the workplace, and provide action items if your company is wondering how to respond to this decision.
If you’re a Baby Boomer feeling frustrated and confused working with Gen Z employees, this article is for you.
As a licensed therapist, I have worked with many talented people who have been exposed to narcissistic abuse in the workplace, which has complex and long lasting effects, including–but not limited to–PTSD and anxiety disorders.
As a licensed therapist, I am deeply concerned about the mass shootings that continue in the United States and the negative mental health outcomes that arise from living in such an environment.
I’m experienced in diagnosing an issue, the scope of the issue, and assessing the potential impact on a client’s life.