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The Waiting Room

Our Product Development Process

Our Product Development Process

By Joanna Xue, Product Lead

Find out more about the development process of each notebook, and why our products are made by experts, backed by research, and created for everyday people.
Sleep 101: The Fundamentals of CBT-I

Sleep 101: The Fundamentals of CBT-I

By the Therapy Notebooks Team

Sleep struggles are common & can take the following forms: difficulty going to bed, staying asleep, waking too early, and non-restorative sleep despite plenty of effort to do so, alongside experiences of fatigue, low-mood, and poor concentration. Even without a formal diagnosis, these symptoms might resonate—an infrequent, steady, even long-term reality. Often, CBT-I can help.

On Depression: Behavioral Activation and Evaluation Criteria

On Depression: Behavioral Activation and Evaluation Criteria

By Emory Strickland, PsyD

Emory Stickland, licensed clinical psychologist and clinical contributor for The Anti-Anxiety Notebook and The Field Guide for Depression, discusses the effectiveness of behavioral activation.

Asian Americans and Eating Disorders

Asian Americans and Eating Disorders

By Jessica Yu, PhD

Build awareness. What, exactly, is the “life” that drives eating disorder psychopathology? What does that mean for Asian American women?

On Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder

On Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder

By Alison Printz, LSW

Alison Printz, Licensed Social Worker, writes about Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder in the latest issue of Waiting Room.

On Anxiety, Culture & Identity

On Anxiety, Culture & Identity

By Diana Hu, PsyD

Diana Hu, licensed clinical psychologist and lead clinician for The Therapy JournalThe Field Guide for Depression, discusses the intersectionality of mental health and the Asian American identity.

Anxiety 101: Change for the better with CBT

Anxiety 101: Change for the better with CBT

By the Therapy Notebooks Team

We have brains that like to jump to conclusions. This “shortcut” often happens under stress. While this is done for our survival, it can create an unhelpful cascade of thinking and bodily responses. With CBT, time slows down. Images still, words mute while associations are questioned. With CBT, you are in control.

Trauma 101: Written Exposure & Its Potential

Trauma 101: Written Exposure & Its Potential

By the Therapy Notebooks Team

Though many of us may live without a formal PTSD diagnosis, we experience trauma. Trauma includes an emotionally intense experience that alters how we interact with the world. Even more, accepting the presence of trauma and putting words to the experience can be difficult. Written Exposure Therapy may be of help.

Depression 101: How ACT & DBT Can Help

Depression 101: How ACT & DBT Can Help

By the Therapy Notebooks Team

For those experiencing depression or depression-like symptoms, ACT and DBT are proven & effective treatments that are used by countless therapists globally. For those experiencing deeply intense emotions, anxiety, or chronic pain, these treatments can be a sustainable & transformative experience.

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