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I provide interviews for information about how mental health and relationships apply to daily life. Click on the images below to read each article, and contact me with interview requests.

 
 

Medium

“Make sure you have a strong handle on the basics before adding on anything else” with Fotis Georgiadis

Thank you so much for joining us! I’d love to begin by asking you to give us the backstory as to what brought you to this specific career path.

Stories have fascinated me for as long as I can remember…

The Whisp

How To Love Someone With Depression

Depression, anxiety, and other mental health issues can affect anyone. It doesn't matter the age, gender, or relationship status of a person. It can be hard to know the "right" way on how to love someone with depression. You obviously want to help the person, but you might be concerned about doing or saying the wrong thing…

UpJourney

How to Stop Feeling Overwhelmed at Work (121 Powerful Tips)


Is there an efficient way to feel more focused, productive, and organized at work without feeling too overwhelmed? If so, how can we get these things done?


 

Bustle

7 Everyday Worries That Can Mean You Should Pay Attention To Your Anxiety

Each and every one of us experiences worry, anxiety, and stress occasionally. It's common to have a touch of anxiety over an upcoming work event, for example, or a moment of stress after a long day. But if you find that you're worrying every day — and it's starting to impact your life —it may be a sign this anxiety needs paying attention to…

Cosmopolitan

How to Pull Off Friends With Benefits the RIGHT Way

In theory, being friends with benefits seems like the perfect idea. You're sleeping with someone you like and trust enough to hang out with outside of sex, but you don't have the stress that things have to ~ go somewhere ~. But there's a reason it never seems as easy in practice…

Fab Fit Fun

What Couple Therapists Really Think About Dating Apps

If you’ve ever used dating apps, chances are, you have mixed feelings about it. On the one hand, it gives you way more opportunities to meet people, but on the other hand, it can eat up a lot of energy with very little reward (not to mention, rejections can take a toll on your self-esteem)…

 

Under Armour

4 Things the Best Weight-Loss Diets Have in Common

If you’re hoping to lose weight, there are so many choices: Cutting carbs, weighing what you eat, keeping a food journal, intermittent fasting, hiring a personal trainer and countless other ideas registered dietitians, health coaches and well-meaning friends might suggest…

GoGrad.Org

Master’s Degree in Social Work Career Options

Benefits of a Master of Social Work Degree 
If you're wondering if obtaining the MSW is worth the effort, it's important to understand the reasons why social workers pursue a master's degree. You'll also want to know more about the professional skills and personal traits that successful social workers with advanced degrees often possess and what kind of salary can be earned with an MSW. 

Mind Body Green

How to Deal With Crushes When You’re Married

Sometimes, it can be as overpowering as an earthquake, as unrelenting as an obsession. Virtually nothing surpasses the heady, all-consuming rush of a crush. And if you're currently married or in any other type of serious monogamous relationship, chances are those thrilling feelings of attraction and curiosity likely also come with pangs of guilt and maybe even fear…

 

Bustle

How To Express Your Anger Without Pushing Your Partner Away

At some point in your relationship, you're going to get angry at your partner. But how can you express anger in your relationship without unintentionally pushing your partner away? According to experts, there are a few key things to keep in mind…

Dazed Digital

We asked a psychologist and hairdresser why haircuts are so emotional

Why do we make drastic hair decisions when we feel emotional? And why can haircuts often make us feel emotional? We investigate. 
It was right after the September 11th attacks in 2001 when a client paid New York-based hairstylist Siobhan Benson a visit. “She was really upset about it and she wanted to cut off all of her hair,” recalls Benson…

SparkPeople

Work Burnout: Why Does It Happen and How Can You Prevent It?

There was a time when you loved your job. Okay, so maybe you liked it—or at least didn’t mind it. But lately, maybe there’s been a shift. The weekends feel far shorter, and the standard Monday morning blues seem to last a lot longer—like, the whole week. You might find yourself complaining about work to anyone who will listen or venting your frustrations in more unhealthy ways…

 

Bustle

7 Unexpected Things That Happen To Your Body When You Don’t Interact With People For A Day

If you ever decide to spend an entire day alone, you will likely experience a whole host of positive benefits. Because when it comes to reconnecting with yourself, and focusing on exactly what you'd like to do, nothing beats a solo mental health day…

Prevention

14 Tips for Creating a Self-Care Routine to Nourish Your Body and Soul

There’s a lot of chatter around self-care these days, and the term has come to mean so much more than spa days and yoga classes. For some people, it may mean shopping, getting to the gym, having morning meditations, eating chocolate, or reading a book. The point is to do something for you—anything that leaves you feeling fresh and rejuvenated…

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Community for Accredited Online Schools

Highest Paying Master's Degrees: Graduate Programs and Other Strategies That Boost Salary Potential

After you finish your undergraduate program, pursuing additional education may be one of the last things on your mind. Earning a master’s degree, however, greatly increases your earning potential. Even working professionals who have been out of college for years can benefit from earning a master’s degree.

 

GoGrad.org

What to do After Grad School: All Your Questions Answered

Finishing graduate school and moving toward a professional career can be complex for some new grads. Many aspects of our lives change during these transitions and, for many, it’s challenging to keep a positive attitude, stay focused on our goals, and face the competitive job market…