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Stress is unavoidable, but it doesn't have to get the best of you. In this video, psychologist Dr. Jennifer Hartstein shares a simple approach to successfully managing stress. Stress It is not uncommon
The sexualization of young girls in the media has increased the incidence of eating disorders, depression, anxiety, self-injury and other negative consequences. Watch as psychologist Jennifer Hartstein, PsyD, discusses how damaging this trend is.
Self-injury is a form of emotion regulation that provides relief when emotions are too intense to deal with. Watch psychologist Jennifer Hartstein, PsyD, explain this unhealthy behavior and describes the most common ways people self-injure.
People use scab picking as a stress response because it provides a sense of relief that is reinforced; to change the behavior, you need to recognize it and find healthier responses. Watch psychologist Jennifer Hartstein,
We all experience stress and anxiety, and how we deal with it can be positive or negative/risky. Watch as psychologist Jennifer Hartstein, PsyD, discusses the importance of recognizing negative stress responses and how to make