Recently, some of my adolescent clients have shared with me how happy they felt once they returned to school in-person.
First hearing this felt like a splash of cold water on my face: “Oh right! Being isolated at home and attending school through a computer is not normal!”
I’m surprised how quickly we all adapted to the “new normal” of this past year. I imagine anyone reading this can identify with at least occasionally feeling sad or depressed this past year due ...Continue Reading →
- Studies demonstrate that exercising self-compassion can do more than make you feel better; it supports your efforts to be better too.
For the past year, while navigating multiple layers of stress during the pandemic, many of us have found it harder to focus and accomplish daily tasks. It’s easy to respond to this with self-criticism. But does this help us improve?
It is our primary goal at CEBTOhio to help people feel better and improve their lives – but we always want ...Continue Reading →
It may be clear from our name that our practice prioritizes engaging in evidence-based treatment for psychological concerns. What might be less clear is what evidence-based treatment actually consists of.
In 2006, the American Psychological Association defined evidence-based practice as the integration of three components of care:
- “The best available research” with
- “clinical expertise” in the context of
- “patient characteristics, culture and preferences”
What does all that mean? Since eating disorders are one of the psychological concerns that we ...Continue Reading →