One fear that people have before starting therapy is opening up and talking about their biggest fears or anxieties in front of a complete stranger. Dr. Alison Ross was interviewed by US News & World Report about choosing a therapist that works … [Read more...] about How Do I Know if My Therapy Is Working?
Do you feel that work is a consistent trigger of stress? You are not alone. In this US News & World Report article, Dr. Alison Ross is interviewed about the effects of modern-day work expectations and routine. I think people entering the … [Read more...] about Can modern day work-life be making you depressed?
One of the hardest parts of depression is the feeling of being alone. How can you help someone you care about that's currently struggling with depression? An article in Self Magazine shares 6 things you can say to help them through their journey. … [Read more...] about 6 things to say to a loved one struggling with depression
Despite being two very different issues, the symptoms for depression and anxiety are often similar and can even overlap. Women's Health Magazine has published an article with 7 questions to ask yourself before you diagnose yourself with depression, … [Read more...] about Depression vs. Anxiety–7 Questions to ask yourself
Sometimes we suspect that someone we love is struggling with their mental health, but because the topic is so complex and delicate, we don't even know where to begin. In an article published in US News & World Report, Dr. Alison Ross talks … [Read more...] about How to start the conversation about a loved one’s mental health
Have you ever called in sick to work because you needed a break? Needing a break to relax and focus on yourself is normal, but the idea of "self-care" days hasn't entered the mainstream vernacular just yet. In an interview featured in the US News … [Read more...] about Do you need a self-care day off from work?
Read Dr. Alison Ross in U.S. News and World Report discussing the difficult topic of when to 'break up' with a therapist and try someone else. The therapeutic relationship is an extremely important component of successful therapy and depends on a … [Read more...] about When should you try a different therapist?
Dr. Alison Ross appears in U.S. News and World Report on the important subject of how to measure progress in therapy. In fact, success often hinges on a strong, collaborative relationship between psychotherapist and patient, which the APA calls a … [Read more...] about How do you tell if therapy is working?