Dr. Elaine Ducharme
I am blessed. I clearly have a choice about how I view my birthday and (hopefully) the many more to come.
I just spent a day at a Retreat with a group of my colleagues, all collaborative divorce professionals, focusing on how we listen. When people go through a divorce, it is critical that they feel […]
May is National Mental Health Awareness Month and the Connecticut Psychological Association and the American Psychological Association offer tips to help parents and caregivers recognize the signs of mental illness and emotional distress in their children.
As most of you know, I like to use this blog to help educate people about mental illness. Many people use the term bipolar to lightly describe friends or colleagues that seem to have […]
We made it! The last remnants of snow are gone from my driveway. My husband commented that I definitely seemed happier/more relaxed now that the weather has changed. He has known me for over 50 […]
Dr. Ducharme discusses the reasons marriages fail and makes a few suggestions for maintaining a healthy relationship.
Since 2007, the American Psychological Association has commissioned an annual nationwide survey as part of its Mind/Body Health campaign to examine the state of stress across the country and understand its impact. The Stress in […]
With the looming IRS tax deadline on April 18, it’s not uncommon for Americans to experience financial stress. How people handle that stress can have an impact on overall health Stress related to tax deadlines […]
Here are some tips to help you guide your children in developing life-long healthy eating behaviors.
If you missed Free Thursday with Dr. Elaine Ducharme with Allan Mike & Mary, you have a chance to catch up with the podcast!