5 Unexpected Ways Everyone Can Benefit from Therapy

Posted On May 11, 2018 in

In 2004, a Harris poll was conducted on the topic of therapy and mental health treatment among adults. The poll discovered that over 29 million Americans had sought treatment for mental health related issues within the past two years through the from of psychotherapy. Despite the findings of this poll and the significant evidence that… Read More

How to Beat the Winter Blues: Tips for Coping with Depression

Changes in mood or appetite are commonly experienced by many people during the winter due to the lack of sunlight and cold temperatures. However, for some, feelings of sadness or depression can be more severe than for others, especially if there is already of a past history of mental health issues. These people may find… Read More

Reinforcement vs. Bribery

Posted On September 25, 2015 in

Commonly misunderstood, is the difference between reinforcement and bribery.  Reinforcement is a core principle in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis and used to increase desired behaviors.  Reinforcement is anything that comes after a behavior that increases the future likelihood of that behavior.  Often times, reinforcers are promised prior to the behavior (i.e. after you… Read More