Author: Zara Teichrow, LMSW

Zara works with individuals clients experiencing anxiety, depression, behavioral issues, grief/loss, and other concerns. She uses a strengths-based, solution-focused approach to empower and support people in achieving their goals and reaching a healthy place and ability to participate in daily life.

childhood anxiety
Parenting

Childhood Anxiety is Not Always What You Might Think

Meltdowns, tantrums, defiance, or aggressive behavior can mask underlying feelings of anxiety. Typically when we see a child being defiant at home or school, our first thought might be, “that child is angry” and “they don’t like to follow rules.” Or we might say “that child is disrespectful.” But, underneath that anger or tantrum, are often feelings of overwhelming anxiety or worry.

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Suicide

Suicide is Not Painless

This week is National Suicide Prevention Week, but preventing suicide is a topic that should never drop out of the conversation — no matter what time of year it is. Suicide can be preventable, and it is important to take seriously. We can all play an important role in preventing suicide.

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