KATHRYN HARRIS, LCSW


 

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Articles by Kathryn Harris

from the On Your Mind columns

published in the Wilmington News Journal,

by Date and Title.

 

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12/25/95        No family is perfect

4/8/96            Anxiety Disorders take several forms*

10/14/96        Clear therapy relationship can build trust

10/28/96        Panic attacks can stem from past trauma

12/23/96        You can’t please everyone

1/6/97            Be realistic in new relationship

1/20/97          Listening to problems can be draining

2/4/97            Listening to others is a valuable skill

3/4/97            Suicidal thoughts a wake-up call

3/17/97          Pets do help people connect with life

3/31/97          Defuse stress by taking control

5/12/97           Being Late *

6/9/97             Mental health benefits need safeguard

6/23/97          Procrastinator first needs to change ‘name’

7/7/97            Friend may need more than you can give

7/21/97          Confidence needed to stop feeling selfish

8/4/97            Choosing a psychotherapist

8/18/97          Sunlight can chase away seasonal depression

9/1/97            Wading through a sea of self help books

9/28/97          Aging doesn’t have to lead to depression

11/10/97        Learning to relax can help ease adverse effects of stress

11/24/97        A well told story is a door to another world

12/22/97        The right mindset can help beat gift-giving stress

1/5/98             Mastering the fine art of making friends

1/19/98           Kids can learn to deal with adversity

2/2/98             Finding meaning in life can return hope

2/16/98          Dealing with change, but how? Coping skills can focus on circumstances and how we react.

3/2/98            Children can learn from new neighbor

3/16/98          Ways to deal with how those ‘down days’

3/30/98          Art Imitates obsessive side of life

4/12/98          Obsessions can strike at any age

4/26/98          Recalling old traumas can lead to healing

5/11/98          Acknowledgeable grief over loss of a pet

5/25/98          Sorting out health coverage (managed care)

6/8/98            Proceed with care in net relationships

6/22/98         Journal puts you in closer touch with self

7/6/98           Don’t just accept depression (role of medication)

7/20/98        Coping skills help us over life’s hurdles

8/17/98        Finding Resources to Cope with Mental Illness

8/31/98        Set boundaries with self-centered neighbor

9/14/98        Relative is off her medicine yet again

9/28/98        Mental illness is often misunderstood

10/26/98      Anchor yourself in the moment:  Meditate

11/9/98        Therapy is private, with exceptions

1/18/99        Taking stock of a hohum life can be risky

2/2/99          Your physical, mental, and spiritual check list

3/1/99          Change is stressful, but there’s comfort in it, too

4/12/99        Happiness must flow from within

5/10/99        Limits needed on handouts to grown son

5/24/99        ‘Toxic worry’ can be controlled

6/7/99           Support system is like a safety net

6/21/99         Sometimes you have to move on . . .

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