Monthly Archives: January 2015

Weight-loss and the Holiday Season


Over the holidays I had multiple family members or friends comment to me about my weight. Four separate individuals asked me if I had lost weight which struck me as odd considering I was a blond last Christmas and a brunette this one. That’s a change I would have expected comments about. Not my size. … Read More

Dealing With Tragic Events


Here at Access Psychology, we understand the concerns that follow a tragic event such as the shooting in Ottawa recently. Children and teens may worry that something bad will now happen to them, their family, friends or within their community. Acknowledge their feelings and then provide them with reassurance that you will keep them safe. … Read More