BCS Articles

  • Dealing with regret

    Dealing with regret

    Regrets are painful. And as time passes, they accumulate and pile up into an ugly mess that’s hard to get rid of. It seems like no matter what you do, there are always regrets just prodding at you. How then, do we get deal with them and start living positively? You act only based on

  • How do you know if you are in an Emotional Crisis?

    How do you know if you are in an Emotional Crisis?

    Do you ever say: ‘I feel like I am having a breakdown’ or ‘I think I am losing it’? Often a crisis is a response to a life altering event such as a loved one getting sick or having an accident, a sudden relationship break up or having a traumatic event such as a robbery
  • finding the right psychologist for you

    finding the right psychologist for you

    Whether you get a recommendation for a therapist from your primary care doctor, a friend, or your insurance company, finding out about his or her background and training can help you feel comfortable with your choice. Here are some questions to ask when you first meet with your therapist: What's your training (i.e., what certification
  • A woman’s mental health

    A woman’s mental health

    Article by: Dr Nicoletta Pallotta MD, LCSW-R One in five Americans struggle with a mental illness, but the rate is much higher in women. Trauma is a common cause, with half of all women experiencing some form of trauma during their lives. Various social factors also put women at risk for poor mental health, however