The Holiday Season

Hopefully, all of you had a wonderful Thanksgiving with the least amount of familial dysfunction at the dinner table! This time of year can be difficult for all of us for various reasons, but for those with mental illness, this time of the year can be additionally stressful due to the increased familial expectations, travel, possible lack of access to therapeutic services, etc. If you or someone you know falls in to this category, consider the tips offered by Lio, Ada (2010) at About.com:
 
 
 
While Thanksgiving is over, consider the above points for yourself or loved ones during Christmas/New Year/Other holidays and hopefully they help everyone to enjoy the holidays to the fullest...best wishes.
 
By Shahzad Chaudhry, LMFT
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Shahzad Chaudhry, LMFT with the Psychiatric Wellness Center Shahzad Chaudhry, LMFT Shahzad Chaudhry is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist located in Bakersfield, CA that works with the Psychiatric Wellness Center.

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