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    • JULY 21, 2020
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    The benefits of female therapists for women

    The benefits of female therapists for women

    An article by Nicoletta Pallotta, MD, LCSW. The challenges that women deal with are often directly related to their gender; sexism, stereotyping, motherhood, childbirth issues, infertility struggles etc. As a society we like to think that we’ve achieved ‘equality’, but the truth is the way women experience life and are perceived in life, is still
    • APRIL 28, 2020
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    Domestic Violence – The Hidden Crime

    Domestic Violence – The Hidden Crime

    A hidden Covid-19 Crisis: Domestic Abuse Rises Worldwide Social Distancing restrictions aimed to stop the spread of the coronavirus may be making violence in homes more frequent and in some cases, more severe. Children are also especially vulnerable to domestic abuse during this pandemic. Research shows that increased stress levels among parents is often a
    • MARCH 28, 2020
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    mental health while self isolating

    mental health while self isolating

    BCS recognizes and understands the feelings of anxiety, distress and concern many people may be experiencing in relation to the coronavirus (COVID-19) and offers the following well-being advice. Working from home: Be realistic about what can be achieved. Keep the hours you work in check and be mindful of work-life balance. Stay in touch with
    • MARCH 17, 2020
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    Tips for WFH

    Tips for WFH

    The latest 3 letter acronym WFH (Working From Home #WFH) When working from home, it’s easy to get distracted with household chores like laundry, walking the dog, emptying the dishwasher, etc. Create a routine and schedule that works for you. Establish times when you will focus only on work and breaks when you can allow
    • MARCH 17, 2020
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    A message from our Founder and CEO

    A message from our Founder and CEO

    As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to impact our the world, keeping you and our staff safe is our top priority. We’d like to take a moment to let you know about the steps we’re taking to keep our community safe at this time. BCS is following guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
    • MARCH 16, 2020
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    Depression or Just Sadness?

    Depression or Just Sadness?

    Experiencing a loss may make you sad, but if the sadness becomes out of proportion to the event then you fall into depression. Sadness is a normal reaction, but depression is not. Depression differs from sadness in its intensity, frequency, and duration. Intensity. While the event would make most people sad, you respond with a
    • FEBRUARY 6, 2020
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    What is Ghosting?

    What is Ghosting?

    Chances are you've been "Ghosted" at sometime. Ghosting is when someone you're dating ends the relationship by cutting off all communication, without any explanation. And we're not talking about not returning a text back after one awkward first date, but receiving the ultimate silent treatment after several dates, or when you're in a committed relationship.
    • DECEMBER 11, 2019
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    managing your anxiety

    managing your anxiety

    It’s totally normal to feel stressed or anxious from time to time, but there’s lots of things you can do to manage your anxiety. Remember: there’s a difference between feeling stressed every now and then, and experiencing ongoing anxiety. If the stress or anxiety is starting to take a toll, consider talking to a mental

    • NOVEMBER 4, 2019
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    Understanding the journey of Menopause

    Understanding the journey of Menopause

    Menopause is a point in time 12 months after a woman's last period. The years leading up to that point, when women may have changes in their monthly cycles, hot flashes, or other symptoms, are called the menopausal transition, or perimenopause. The menopausal transition most often begins between ages 45 and 55. It usually lasts
    • OCTOBER 29, 2019
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    be a good listener

    be a good listener

    All You Need to Know Training yourself to be a better listener is the best way to drastically improve the quality of your relationships, from your spouse and children to bosses or coworkers.   Stop giving advice and always trying to fix it. Ask open-ended questions that will encourage more communication. Reflect back to understand