Cindy Cole, LMFT, LPC, Director of Primary and Family Therapy

Anxiety: A Growing Problem in Today’s Youth

by Cindy Cole, LMFT, LPC, Director of Primary and Family Therapy

A recent article in the New York Times addressed the dramatic rise of anxiety in today’s youth.  In the past ten years, anxiety has replaced depression and is now the number one reason why college students seek counseling. But, the reality is, life-altering anxiety starts years before entrance into college. Across the country, high school […]

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Eating Disorders in the LGBTQ Community

by Cindy Cole, LMFT, LPC, Director of Primary and Family Therapy

Eating disorders have long been a component of the female population. Although these disorders manifest through the denial of food, the over-consumption of food or in other myriad ways, at the heart of every food-related illness is the inability to cope with painful emotions. Often, this disorder-inducing emotion is simple shame. A girl is ashamed […]

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Mother’s Day: When It Isn’t Filled With Glue and Glitter

by Cindy Cole, LMFT, LPC, Director of Primary and Family Therapy

Mother’s Day is just around the corner. For some, this means tea parties, brunches and handmade gifts covered in glue and glitter. For others, the holiday is bittersweet. Those who have lost mothers, are estranged from mothers, or long to be mothers themselves may struggle with complicated and mixed emotions as the day approaches. For […]

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