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August 26, 2019
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 the full article.
March 29, 2019
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.
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
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.
In this article with Bustle, associate psychotherapist, Lucas Saiter, MHC-LP, 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 elephant in the room, emotions. If you are finding that you and your partner are constantly fighting about the same things, check out the full article to get some tips and gain some insight.
Associate therapist, Lucas Saiter, MHC-LP, 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 article if you work remotely and need some tips.
Lucas Saiter, MHC-LP, associate therapist, 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
The Secret to Getting More Done When You Are Your Own Boss
In this article with Vice, associate therapist, Lucas Saiter, MHC-LP, 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 from home, where distractions run wild.
January 14, 2019
14 Toxic Thoughts To Let Go Of If You Want To Be Happier
Associate psychotherapist, Lucas Saiter, MHC-LP, 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
Your Ultimate Guide To Self-Care And Wellness In 2019
Lucas Saiter, MHC-LP, associate therapist, 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 of finding self care strategies that work for you - but feel free to read more to get started or to help brainstorm.
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 Distress, Know Your Needs, Remember Your LGBTQ Bill of Rights, Being Mindful of Microaggressions, Practicing Assertiveness, and Staying Connected with Allies by, “surrounding yourself with people who make you feel loved and remind you that you’re perfect just the way you are.” If you need support, some grounded tools, or simply a reminder on how to protect a healthy sense of self, check out the article in full to gain insight and strength. You can also read the original version, LGBTQ Holiday Survival Guide: 6 Tips for Protecting your Emotional Health, and the LGBT Bill of Rights in our blog.
July 2, 2018
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 with your therapist; (3) being aware of potential red flags in the room (like coercion); (4) that a mindful therapist will respect your decision, your freewill, and support you through the transition out of therapy; (5) that taking a break from therapy isn’t a bad thing when you are in a good place and that; and (6) how a break can give you the opportunity to apply what you have learned in therapy in your everyday life. If you are thinking of ending your work with your therapist, check out the article for new insight.
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 more conscientious and mindful about others needs. If you are struggling with a toxic co-worker, check out the full article for helpful tips.
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 success. If you are in the process of interviewing, preparing to interview, feeling anxious during interviews, or looking to up your game and interview skills, check out the full article and gain new insight.
January 20, 2017
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 you are looking for a fun read blending the intersection of unconscious psychological phenomena with a pop culture icon, check out the full article.