Depression

Parenting In The Era of Screen Time

You may have heard some of the alarming news related to research that links screen time and media usage with anxiety and depression in children and adolescents.  This analysis was done as a part of a larger, longitudinal study that…

Talking To Teenagers

Parents often feel that they’ve entered a new planet, or at least a foreign country, when their sweet innocent children become teenagers. Adolescence is a developmental period where identity, responsibility, maturity, and hormones can bring about changes, heightened emotions, and…

Welcome Jessy Coleman, LPC-Intern!

It is with great pleasure that Upside Therapy and Evaluation Center welcomes our new therapist, Jessica “Jessy” Coleman, LPC-Intern.  Jessy is supervised by Kim Demetri, LPC-S.  Jessy received her Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from Oklahoma State University, and…

Parenting A Child With A Disability

Parenting is hard, bringing risks and rewards, struggles and highlights.  This is no different for a parent who has a child with a disability.  Yet parents of special needs children also experience increased isolation and loneliness, additional roles of warrior…

Coping With The Holidays

In this time of year, much is made of the excitement for the holidays.  However, there are many reasons why the holiday season may be difficult, and we are here to offer extra support if you need. Holidays are often…

Belonging: The Barriers, and the Benefits

To know that we are not alone, that we are indeed a part of something larger, is a psychological need that occurs as early as childhood.  Studies have shown that to be a part of a group or to have…

What is Depression?

Depression is used colloquially, and many times used when clinical depression is not actually the factor. We throw that term around easily. “That movie was depressing.” “I was depressed just looking at myself in that outfit.” However, there are very…

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