Natural Ways to Cope with Stress During Extraordinary Times

Written By Ken Lawson, Founder and C.E.O. of FOCL

Most of us have never faced the kind of uncertainty that we do now. This extraordinary time has left us with an extraordinary amount of stress — which is only compounded when you’re also coming to terms with the end of a romantic relationship. 


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Parenting an Anxious Child Through a Divorce

Written by Kate Sheehan, LCSW

Many children have anxiety that gets in the way of everyday functioning, and some of those children have parents who will divorce.  While all kids will face problems during a divorce, these issues can be even worse for children already struggling with anxiety, and th...


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The Origin Of OOTify, the Mental Health Marketplace

Written By Ravi Sharma

This is frankly pretty hard, but I feel compelled to share the genesis of OOTify, a new mental health startup in Los Angeles, story authentically while being respectful of others’ privacy.


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Self-awareness in the Age of Immediate Gratification

Written by Dr. Danielle Delaney, ThD, DD

Isn’t it interesting that as a society, we collectively lament that we “don’t have time” for all of our responsibilities, while simultaneously complaining that we need to change our habits and find time for self-care?


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What Can You Do after the Holiday with New Year's Resolutions?

Written by Psychotherapist Meg Josephson, L.C.S.W.

Anyone who has a TV, social media or a set of eyes can attest to the overwhelming messaging to make and stick with New Years resolutions so that you too can kick off the year as a better, thinner, more enlightened version of yourself.   


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