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Katelyn Murphy, LCSW

Coping SkillsStress Management

Social (Media) Distancing

As many individuals and families around the globe are “sheltering in place” either by choice or mandate, we find ourselves with more time than ever to connect via technology and social media. I’ve seen a number of screenshots of “virtual happy hours,” and posts about people reconnecting with long distance…
Katelyn Murphy, LCSW
March 28, 2020
Setting Goals

New Year / Same You!

‘Tis the season for new year’s resolutions and striving towards the best version of ourselves. People often view this as a time to start or return to therapy, make a commitment to a meditation or fitness routine, or otherwise focus on improving your personal, physical or social wellness. And for…
Katelyn Murphy, LCSW
January 4, 2020
Stress Management

Three Ways to Manage Holiday Stress

Thanksgiving has come and gone and New York is seeing its first flurries of winter. You might be feeling pressure to nab holiday gifts for friends and family during the heavily marketed Black Friday/Small Business Saturday/Cyber Monday sales, while still recuperating from your feast day festivities from last week. Taking…
Katelyn Murphy, LCSW
December 3, 2019
Workplace Stress

Three Steps To Being More Assertive

We often find ourselves navigating complex situations where our wants and needs feel unnoticed, unacknowledged, or unfulfilled — in both personal and professional contexts. Learning how to recognize and respond to your own needs is a dynamic and lifelong process, but might not be something you think or talk about…
Katelyn Murphy, LCSW
November 25, 2019