How Cognitive Behavior Therapy Treats Anxiety

October 29, 2019By The Calli Institute

Many of us live with anxiety every day. As the body’s natural response to stress, anxiety can affect our emotional wellness, causing us to become fearful when faced with high-stakes situations, including: Job Interviews – Will I get the job? What if I make a bad first impression? First Dates – Will I embarrass myself … Read More

Quiet Agony: Chronic Pain & Mental Health

February 27, 2018By Cathy Malmon, LMFT, LICSW

Remember some physical pain you have had in the past. Hitting your funny bone, a sprain, headache, stomachache, or even a broken bone. There might have been some initial intense pain; choice swear words, a certain amount of time to heal, possibly some accommodation as a bandage, sling, limited driving, food restrictions, or movement restrictions … Read More