1. Anxiety Treatment, and What You Can Do

    The feelings and symptoms that occur with the experience of anxiety are as widespread as they are unpleasant. While some folks experience a much more severe form and frequency of anxiety than others, it’s a universal experience felt by all. Similar to fear, anxiety is a response ingrained in the very nature of our human existence, originating from the evolutionary flight-or-fight traits of our a…Read More

  2. Why Seek Counseling for Anxiety?

    Now more than ever before, there’s more attention being paid to the mental health of individuals. For that reason, there’s lots of discussion surrounding depression, bi-polar disorder, and anxiety. It’s admirable that society is working so hard to remove the stigma surrounding mental illness. What was once something that sent you to the mental hospital if you dared to admit incongruent thoug…Read More

  3. At-Home Remedies For Your Anxiety

    If you’re locked up in your home and trying to wait out a global pandemic like the rest of us, you’re likely not feeling too great about your anxiety. The social climate isn’t doing much to help with those anxieties either. Since the pandemic has begun, things have been spinning out of control and it’s not very conducive to helping you keep things in perspective, stay productive, and not f…Read More

  4. Anger Management & Couples Counseling, Part 2

    Tempering your anger does not come naturally to humans. We are emotional creatures who are made to feel a wide variety of feelings, such as anger, joy, love, hate, compassion, and sympathy. However, we can also feel jealousy and covetousness. Humans are no doubt complicated, which can be said for our emotions as well. Wendy Inglehart has over 20 years as a psychotherapist helping couples work out …Read More

  5. Anger Management & Couples Counseling, Part 1

    If you are in any type of relationship, odds are, you will get angry at the other person. This is part of being a unique individual with your own thoughts and way of doing things. However, anger can be a big problem in relationships and can even lead to violence and divorce. Wendy Inglehart is a psychotherapist who offers couples counseling, including help with anxiety, depression, and anger manag…Read More

  6. Treating Your Depression

    Life is full of ups and downs, and there is no way to predict what tomorrow may hold. One day the sun is shining, and the next is cast in a gloomy grey. Depression can hit unexpectedly, whether you know the root cause or not, and leave you feeling like you’re swimming upstream, alone and afraid. When experiencing this feeling of desolation, every part of your daily routine is affected. Your favo…Read More

  7. The Benefits of Therapy

    Life is a strange and unpredictable thing. Like a roller coaster in the dark, you are unaware of what twists and turns are coming your way. One moment you might be riding high only to be sent into a sudden and unexpected descent. It’s important to know that you don’t have to be alone on this ride. Not only do you have friends and family ready to buckle in, but you also have the option to see a…Read More

  8. Managing Emotions During The Holidays

    The holidays are always advertised as the happiest time of the year, but this isn’t the case for everyone. The amount of activities, celebrations and overall energy of this time of the year is something that can bring up a lot of raw emotions, both good and bad, that can overwhelm an individual. At the office of Wendy Iglehart, we help quite a few people through the difficult times that they fac…Read More

  9. Bow — “less”

    Currently, I experience a resistance to join the blog community without a neat bow to provide a thoughtful message.  Many times a patient has attended a session believing there wasn't much to say or even offer to me.  Frankly, I empathize with this notion.  Then a thought occurred to me -- I would still prepare a delicious meal to enjoy by myself.  Why would I deprive myself the pleasure of jo…Read More

  10. Laughter Is the Best Thing Since Sliced Bread

    Face muscle soreness, shortness of breath, redden face, tears streaming out of the eyes, mucus running out of the nose, coughing, bladder threatening to release urine, and stomach muscle achiness.  Does this sound like fun to you?  When the traits of laughter are presented, it appears rather odd that I love to laugh.  Maybe the joy of laughter is generational. My grandmother would be scolded by…Read More