“Communication is hard enough when things are relatively quiet in our lives but in the midst of a crisis or stress, emotions make communication challenging and require a great deal of effort to ensure that misunderstandings are minimized,” explains licensed clinical psychologist, Kevin Gilliland, Psy.D., Executive Director of Innovation 360. Now is the time to be flexible […]
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Everyone struggles with body image at some point, but it’s typically something you can work through with some help. If you’re in the habit of tearing yourself down, you first need to acknowledge that it’s a problem before you can begin reflecting more positively on the parts you’re so quick to criticize. With time and practice, you might […]
As we start emerging from our caves and re-entering the world little by little, there are some people who will feel unbridled enthusiasm as they pack their calendar with as much as they can, and others who—despite being somewhat socially starved—might feel anxious at only the thought of it, hesitant to start interacting just yet. “There are […]
A global pandemic, police killings, civil unrest, soaring unemployment: 2020 has been fraught with anxiety-producing events — and it’s only June. “I have never seen such a convergence of the pillars of our life. All of them have been shaken,” says Dr. Kevin Gilliland, a clinical psychologist, director of Innovation360 and member of PEOPLE’s Health Squad While […]
Like most of us, I’m doing my damnedest to stay healthy right now. I’m social distancing and washing my hands almost obsessively. I’m trying to eat as many vegetables as possible to ensure I’m getting health-supporting nutrients that I’m not exactly taking in via all the stress baking. It’s also not surprising that I’ve been bombarded with news over […]
A lot of us are tired now… but less “I had a long day,” and more “a bones-deep ache I can’t quite place.” Yet it may feel odd to be so exhausted, despite being at home—typically, a place of rest—for months on end. And it might be paired with other feelings of unrest—depression, anxiety, loneliness, […]
The FDA announced a shortage of the antidepressant Zoloft and its generic version, sertraline, as the coronavirus pandemic has led to an increase in reports of depression and anxiety in the U.S. The FDA posted the announcement of the shortage to its website Friday, estimating that it will last about 60 days. The short supply of the commonly used […]
REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, JAKARTA — Pandemik Covid-19 menimbulkan banyak perubahan di dunia. Tidak hanya kesehatan fisik, kini juga ditemukan gangguan mental akibat wabah yang mulai merebak sejak akhir tahun lalu itu. Kevin Gilliland, seorang psikolog klinis, melihat peningkatan kebutuhan bantuan dari pasien lama maupun baru. Ada lebih banyak orang yang membutuhkan nasihat dan bimbingan di tengah pandemi. […]
Although many people around the world are struggling with their mental health amid the coronavirus pandemic, staying active may help make stress and depression easier to manage. A new study published earlier this month, which has yet to be peer-reviewed, monitored how changes in physical activity and screen time affected the mental health of over 3,000 adults in the United States […]
Anksioznost je najčešći mentalni poremećaj koji ukoliko se ne dijagnostifikuje i ne leči na vreme može da ostavi psihičke probleme. Kevin Gilliland, klinički psiholog otkrio je za HuffPost da kad pita pacijente misle li da su anksiozni, odgovor je najčešće ne iako se ustvari bore sa tim. Anksioznost je teško prepoznati jer se pojavljuje na mnogo različitih načina koji […]
- Is Marriage Bad for Women's Happiness? May 16, 2021It is sometimes said that marriage does not increase — and perhaps, that it decreases — women’s happiness. But is that true?
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