At some point or another, we are ALL impatient. It’s OK to feel impatience, but losing control of how we manage impatience can lead to making wrong or rash decisions, and it can hurt not only us, but those around us. … More How to Cope with Impatience
Mindfulness is not just practicing yoga or meditating. It requires awareness and acceptance of daily life hassles. … More The Two Sides of Mindfulness
The size of our brain is related to the size of our social networks. … More Big Brains, Big Social Networks
Avoiding conflict sounds like a good idea to many people. Although not being assertive has some short-term benefits, a long-term drawback of not being assertive is allowing yourself to take on commitments that leave you feeling frustrated, depressed, resentful, and/or hopeless. … More How to Be Assertive When You Really Don’t Want To
Feeling ambivalence is a natural part of the process of change. It’s when people get stuck in ambivalence that problems arise, depression settles, or motivation gets low. … More Sticky Mixed Feelings
One of the best ways to improve mood and quality of life is to set goals. We need goals for inspiration, change, and improvement. … More How to Set Effective Goals
Gramercy provides evidence-based psychotherapy for people in the Bay Area. … More What to expect from therapy @ Gramercy
A TMH session with your Gramercy provider is a secure video-chat between you and the provider. … More What is Telemental Health?