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We love having the opportunity to share our collective years of therapeutic experience with the world, and are proud to have been featured in the media outlets below.

As a team, we enjoy contributing to outlets that promote wellness, and we’re happy to participate in webinars, Q&A events, and being a source for journalists.

January 25, 2021

Ric Mathews, MHC-LP

I’m in my 20s, but I’ve never had sex. How do I tell my partner?
In this article by Insider, Psychotherapist Ric Mathews shares how to articulate your needs, wants, and expectations to your partner if you’ve never had sex before.
January 11, 2021

Dr. Logan Jones, Psy.D

How to Establish a Healthy Media Diet
In this article, Dr. Logan Jones weighs in on the addictive quality of the news cycle and how to create healthier habits to safeguard our emotional wellness. Read the full article to learn practical tips to improve your media diet today.
November 27, 2020

Ric Mathews, MHC-LP

How to Cope with Skin Hunger During the Pandemic if You Live Alone
In this poignant article, Psychotherapist Ric Mathews shares how the lack of human touch during the pandemic can negatively affect our emotional wellbeing, and shares helpful insights on how to cope.
November 23, 2020

Justin L.F. Yong, MSED, MHC-LP

Coping With Grief And Loss During The Holidays
In this article by MyWellbeing, Clarity Therapy psychotherapist Justin L.F. Yong shares how to honor a loved one during the holidays. Read the article to learn how as well as other coping tips.
November 6, 2020

Ric Mathews, MHC-LP

7 Ways to Manage Anxiety in Uncertain Times
In this article, Clarity Therapy Psychotherapist Ric Mathews weighs in on the importance of self-care and reducing screen time during periods of stress and uncertainty. Check out the full article for his favorite techniques that will help you find calm right now.
October 19, 2020

Joanna Kaminski, LMFT

How Can I Plan a Group Trip if Everyone Can’t Agree on COVID Safety?
In this advice piece on Fodor’s Travel “How Can I Plan a Group Trip if Everyone Can’t Agree on COVID Safety?” Licensed Psychotherapist Joanna Kaminski and other experts share tips on how to avoid a buildup of tension between friends and family members due to clashing expectations.
September 22, 2020

Ric Mathews, MHC-LP

Why Do I Always Want to Bail on Plans With My Friends?
This article on Vice.com discusses the impacts of social anxiety and other reasons why someone my opt to skip out on activities with friends. Psychotherapist Ric Mathews shares what makes some people want to miss out, and how to determine if that choice is perhaps one way to take care of one’s mental and emotional […]
July 9, 2020

Dr. Logan Jones, Psy.D

12 Therapist-Backed Tips For Overcoming Exercise Anxiety
In this article, Dr. Logan Jones shares how all-or-nothing thinking can sabotage our exercise goals while providing some positive affirmations to combat stress and anxiety surrounding exercising.
June 26, 2020

Jneé Hill, LCSW

What to Expect When You Start Therapy for the First Time
This article on Allure.com shares what people can expect when going to therapy for the first time. Psychotherapist, Jneé Hill weighs in on unique challenges Black individuals are now facing such as the effects of grappling with one’s racial identity and issues surrounding race-based trauma during the Black Lives Matter social justice movements around the […]
June 20, 2020

Jneé Hill, LCSW

Helpful Tips for Anyone Experiencing Mental Health Issues for the First Time Right Now
This article shares how to get over the stigma of seeking help for one’s mental health. Psychotherapist, Jneé Hill offers practice tips for how to challenge this mindset if we’re holding ourselves back from getting the support we need.
May 19, 2020

Dr. Logan Jones, Psy.D

How To Develop Mindfulness And Serenity During Stressful Or Uncertain Times
In this Authority Magazine series, Dr. Logan Jones delves into what initially drew him into the field of psychology, what keeps him inspired, and shares his favorite practices for maintaining his emotional wellbeing and coping during periods of uncertainty.
May 19, 2020

Dr. Logan Jones, Psy.D

The Impact of Coronavirus on Essential Workers’ Mental Health
This article on verywellmind.com focuses on the emotional and physical challenges faced by frontline workers during the coronavirus crisis. Everyone is talking about the mental health of individuals in quarantine, but what about our essential workers? Burnout under such high stakes situations is real and Dr. Logan Jones shares practical advice on how essential workers […]
May 13, 2020

Dr. Logan Jones, Psy.D

What Exactly Are These Emotions We Are Feeling? Psychologists Explain
In this article for Better.net, Dr. Logan Jones identifies and explains the unique emotions that people experience surrounding the coronavirus pandemic. Among other insights, he shares that learning to recognize and honor these feelings is a crucial step in processing emotions during this period of uncertainty. Check out the full article to learn about these […]
May 13, 2020

Kristin Anderson, LMSW

How to Recognize and Deal with Grief During This Pandemic
In this article at Verily, Kristin Anderson spoke about the collective societal trauma and loss that we all have experienced as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. She discussed the “new normal” we’ll have to discover once we reemerge from our currently paused lives.
May 7, 2020

Dr. Logan Jones, Psy.D

The Science Behind Our Perception Of Time & How To Make It Pass Faster
In this feature on Mindbodygreen.com, Dr. Logan Jones weighs in with other psychologists on how our perception of time is influenced. Is there a way we can make our own perception of time go faster? Dr. Logan Jones explores the subjective nature of time and offers some strategies on how rewards, routines, and our mood […]
April 21, 2020

Dr. Logan Jones, Psy.D

One way to stop your partner from playing video games
Onlinegambling.ca covers a serious topic in a playful piece that highlights their unique spray. While this spray may help retrain your gaming-addicted partner thanks to Pavlovian discovery, Dr. Logan Jones explains the science behind the addiction and how our brains are chemically wired to seek out rewards. Check out the full article to see how […]
April 16, 2020

Kristin Anderson, LMSW

6 Ways to Make Coworking With Your Significant Other More Manageable
In this article for Real Simple, Kristin Anderson was able to offer some tips on how to manage coworking with a significant other during the COVID-19 quarantine. Kristin discusses the importance of maintaining other relationships as a way to create some “breathing space” in your relationship.
April 15, 2020

Dr. Logan Jones, Psy.D

Is your partner letting you down? Here’s why experts believe it might be time to move on
In this article on Hellogiggles.com, Carolyn Steber challenges psychologists to identify less obvious red flags that signal it’s time to move on from a relationship. Everyone makes mistakes from time to time, and Dr. Logan Jones offers insight into healthy functioning relationships and when readers should consider throwing in the towel.
April 14, 2020

Dr. Logan Jones, Psy.D

Is Watching the News Bad for Mental Health?
Disaster news reporting reached new heights during the coronavirus crisis. In this piece on Verywellmind.com, Sara Lindberg explores the damaging effects that watching the news has on our mental health. Dr. Logan Jones weighs in on how a constant stream of negative news impacts our nervous system and offers advice on how we can stay […]
April 11, 2020

Dr. Logan Jones, Psy.D

Feeling Embarrassed? Here’s the Right Way to Overcome It
In this piece on Fatherly.com, Dr. Logan Jones weighs in on one of the most common human experiences: feeling embarrassed. However, owning up to feeling embarrassed about our actions requires a degree of vulnerability and accountability that can be especially difficult for men. Check out the full article for tips on how to discharge the […]
March 31, 2020

Dr. Logan Jones, Psy.D

Questions To Ask Your Boyfriend Before Things Get Too Serious
In this article on Datezie, Dr. Logan Jones was able to offer his insight on what questions you should ask your partner before things get too serious. Sarah Kester uses Logan’s expertise and knowledge to drive home a number of questions and statements you should figure out before a relationship moves into something that involves […]
March 27, 2020

Dr. Logan Jones, Psy.D

How to Deal With Feeling Insecure In Your Relationship
In this article for AskMen.com on how to deal with insecurity in relationships, Bobby Box asks Dr. Logan Jones for his professional insight. Logan addresses the importance of understanding that you’re not alone in how you are feeling, and offers some advice on how to emotionally recover from sudden feelings of heartbreak and loss.
March 14, 2020

Dr. Logan Jones, Psy.D

7 Simple Life Hacks To “Spring Clean” Your Health
In this original piece, Dr. Logan Jones shares his expertise and insight with the readers of the Self Improvement Blog. Logan offers 7 simple life hacks to help you spring clean your health as the warm weather arrives.
March 3, 2020

Dr. Logan Jones, Psy.D

20 Best Ways to Spring Clean Your Health, According to Experts
In this article on Best Life, written by Morgan Greenwald, Dr. Logan Jones shares his insight into how a fresh perspective on your health can give you a much needed boost when spring arrives. Logan tells readers how home and health go hand-in-hand and how decluttering your personal space can serve as a symbolic way […]
January 24, 2020

Kristin Anderson, LMSW

Behind The Door: Real Therapists Bust Therapy Myths
In this piece on Debunking Therapy Myths, psychotherapist, Kristin Anderson, offer the truth behind some common misconceptions about therapy. If you’d like to learn more or gain some insight on the therapeutic process, head over to MyWellbeing to read the full article.
December 1, 2019

Dr. Logan Jones, Psy.D

How to Beat Your Social Media Addiction, According to a Therapist
In this feature with CNET on social media addiction, Dr. Logan Jones talks candidly about small steps one can take to mitigate the negative effects of over-reliance on social media technology. He highlights how social media, and the depressive and anxious symptoms associated with it, can also become part of an addictive process. He emphasizes […]
August 26, 2019

Dr. Logan Jones, Psy.D

Wait a Minute, What if You’re the Toxic Co-worker?
In this business article for The Atlantic Journal-Constitution, Dr. Logan Jones is quoted alongside other therapists about how to identify seven symptoms of toxic behavior in the workplace and how to manage them. If you are in a self-reflective space and questioning how you may be consciously and unconsciously pulled into toxic behavior, check out […]
May 22, 2019

11 Uncommon Anxiety Symptoms Everyone Needs To Know About
In this article, associate psychotherapist Kristin Anderson discusses the relationship between sleep and anxiety. Read more to learn if your sleep issues may be influenced by anxiety.
March 29, 2019

Kristin Anderson, LMSW

What Parents Need to Know About Online Dating Abuse
In this article, associate psychotherapist Kristin Anderson discusses signs of online dating abuse. Read the full article to learn more about what to look out for and how to react if these red flags show up.
March 6, 2019

Kristin Anderson, LMSW

9 Subtle Signs You & Your Partner May Have Met At The Wrong Time
Associate therapist Kristin Anderson, LMSW, quoted here in Bustle, speaks about how differences in lifestyles and phases of life can create significant conflicts in relationships. Kristin discusses what to look out for and how to navigate these obstacles if they come up in your relationship.
March 5, 2019

Kristin Anderson, LMSW

Can Your Smartphone Help You Feel Less Lonely?
In this article with Rewire, associate therapist Kristin Anderson, LMSW, spoke about the benefits of regular meditation practice and how she uses mindfulness in her work with clients. She also discussed how new technology, like meditation apps, are helping more people than ever incorporate meditation to their daily lives.
January 30, 2019

Lucas Saiter, M.A, LMHC

How To Avoid Having The Same Fights Over And Over Again In Your Relationship
In this article with Bustle, associate psychotherapist, Lucas Saiter, LMHC, writes about couples that are fighting about the same things over and over again. He addresses the importance of talking about the process, and not the content. We are very often caught in the midst of words that we are indirectly avoiding talking about the […]
January 29, 2019

Lucas Saiter, M.A, LMHC

The Best Tips for Working Remotely When You’re Outgoing, Anxious, and More
Associate therapist, Lucas Saiter, writes again about working from home, but this time for those who are outgoing or anxious. Lucas highlights the importance of taking breaks, particularly in times when you’re feeling sluggish. He specifically writes about getting outside more often during breaks as a way to recharge and increase productivity. Read the full […]
January 25, 2019

Lucas Saiter, M.A, LMHC

16 Expert Work-From-Home Tips to Stay Productive, Organized, and Motivated
Lucas Saiter writes about working from home where distractions are common and productivity can suffer. He discusses the importance of setting boundaries between work and personal life, which can sometimes be blurred. Many of his clients work remotely and have reported that setting clear structure and boundaries helps significantly.
January 17, 2019

Lucas Saiter, M.A, LMHC

The Secret to Getting More Done When You Are Your Own Boss
In this article with Vice, associate therapist, Lucas Saiter writes about productivity when working as your own boss or working from home. He discusses the importance of developing and sticking to a strict schedule, including times to unwind. This article is perfect for those who feel productivity decrease when working as their boss or simply working […]
January 14, 2019

Lucas Saiter, M.A, LMHC

14 Toxic Thoughts To Let Go Of If You Want To Be Happier
Associate psychotherapist, Lucas Saiter writes about the importance of letting go of certain thoughts in order to stay motivated. He writes about the difficulty we all have to do things as they come and avoid procrastination. To read more and learn how to practice discipline and motivation, check out the full article.
January 5, 2019

Lucas Saiter, M.A, LMHC

Your Ultimate Guide To Self-Care And Wellness In 2019
Lucas Saiter writes about self care and provides a general guide that can be used to get a self care routine started. Although he discusses specific techniques that have worked with his clients, he also mentions different apps used for meditation that have shown positive results in the past. Most importantly, he emphasizes the importance […]
December 23, 2018

Dr. Logan Jones, Psy.D

Why some LGBTQ people feel especially stressed at the holidays — and 7 things they can do about it
In this widely circulated article by NBC, psychologist Logan Jones, Psy.D., was commissioned to create a comprehensive list of practical self-care tips and strategies for LGBTQ individuals who may face minority stress and prejudice when returning home for the holidays. Dr. Jones highlights a number of unique challenges and strategies, including: Recognize the Signs of […]
July 1, 2018

Dr. Logan Jones, Psy.D

How to Break Up with Your Therapist
In this article with Well + Good, our Head of Practice Logan Jones, Psy.D., shares insight into how to have a difficult, yet important, conversation with your therapist when you are doubting if they are the right fit for you. He highlights: (1) the importance of being assertive; (2) giving yourself permission to be honest […]
May 1, 2018

Dr. Logan Jones, Psy.D

3 Signs You’re a Toxic Co-worker
In this career advice article on the career building site Monster about toxic work spaces, Dr. Logan Jones highlights three common traits of toxic behavior in co-workers. He emphasizes how to cultivate a healthy environment through practicing empathy and taking time throughout the day to see if there is any way that you can become […]
April 23, 2018

Dr. Logan Jones, Psy.D

HOW TO KEEP YOUR COOL DURING A JOB INTERVIEW (HINT: MANIFEST SUCCESS!)
In this article with Well + Good, psychologist Logan Jones, Psy.D., shares some simple mindfulness tips on how to manage anxiety and stress during job interviews. He emphasizes staying focused on the here and now, adopting a posture of openness (which may also minimize physiological symptoms and manifestations of anxiety) and setting yourself up for […]
January 20, 2017

Dr. Logan Jones, Psy.D

Why Everyone Wanted To Be Baby Spice
In this playful piece by NYLON, psychologist Logan Jones, Psy.D., was asked to share some psychological ideas about the lasting appeal of pop phenomenon, Baby Spice, of the Spice Girls. He highlights how contradictions within people create allure and intrigue, and how appearing self-sufficient and fulfilling one’s needs are highly attractive and magnetizing qualities. If […]

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