Dr. Elaine Ducharme
A recent article in Notre Dame Magazine by Kerry Temple examines the messages we are giving our kids. We are pushing them to achieve great things, even if it means sacrificing balance, happiness and their […]
The 2016 presidential election is a source of significant stress for more than half of all Americans.
Psychologist Dr. Ducharme joined us for Free Therapy Thursday. October is Depression Awareness month. Dr. Ducharme talked about signs and symptoms of depression as well as, warning signs of suicide with depression. Here is the podcast […]
Some helpful links on anxiety, depression and suicide prevention from this mornings visit from Dr Ducharme.
Most of us know someone, if not ourselves who have heard the doctor say, “It is cancer”. These are life-altering words. Often, the individual hears little else that the Dr. says after that. Emotions […]
Although marriage is really hard and requires a lot of work, some of the basics of successful relationships are not that difficult to master.
September is National Preparedness Month and in the wake of recent disasters, like fires and floods, government agencies are encouraging people to have an emergency plan in place. When I lived in Florida, we had […]
If your relationship is in a rut, read about how to get the fires burning again!
So your child is heading off to college. You all probably have so many dreams about what this will be like. For some families, this transition is relatively smooth. But for most, there are a few bumps along the road…for all of you.
or most people, psychological well-being increases later in life, following a well-known U-shaped curve: people report less satisfaction in midlife and more at either end of the age spectrum.