NECN Bi-Weekly Mental Health Segment

Dr. Karen appearing on her NECN bi-weekly mental health segment.

Children, Millennials, and Seniors – Depression Explained & Tips

March 12, 2019

Depression can hit at any age. What are the common risk factors? What are key tips to manage depression? This was today’s topic during my bi-weekly segment where I provide analysis and tips on a variety of mental health topics on NBC Boston’s NECN with anchor Joy Lim Nakrin. If you missed this particular segment […]

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Healthy Media Intake For All Ages

February 28, 2019

Social media and non-interactive media effects all ages. Is there such a thing as having a healthy media intake AKA healthy media diet? The answer is yes. The latest topic during my bi-weekly mental health segment on NBC Boston’s NECN with anchor Joy Lim Nakrin. You are invited to view on demand: Tips for a […]

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How to Celebrate Valentine’s Day – Top 4 Challenges & Solutions

February 12, 2019

Valentine’s Day! Why is it stressful for some? Whereas for others it is joyous? Whereas others are indifferent. During my bi-weekly mental health segment on NBC Boston’s NECN with anchor Joy Lim Nakrin, I explained the top 4 Valentine’s Day Emotional Challenges. And, concrete practical tips for how to shift from complicated to easy, to […]

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America’s birth rate at all time low – Family Therapist Explains

January 29, 2019

A new study reports America’s birth rate is at an all time low. This is the topic discussed during my bi-weekly mental health segment with anchor Joy Lim Nakrin on NBC Boston’s NECN. Why is there a decline in the number of babies being born? If you are interested in this topic, I invite you […]

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Tips for Beating the Winter Blues

January 15, 2019

If you are experiencing a shift in your mood over the past few weeks, you are not alone. January in particular is a common time for experiencing the winter blues. Why? Tips? I invite you to watch my latest segment on NBC Boston’s NECN with anchor Joy Lim Nakrin where I discuss this topic. For […]

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7 Tips For New Year’s Resolution Success

January 3, 2019

Do you have a goal and would like to achieve that goal? Whether it is a goal for the New Year, or any time of year, I shared live-on-air this morning during my bi-weekly mental health segment on NBC Boston’s NECN with anchor Joy Lim Nakrin, the top 3 reasons why New Year’s Resolutions commonly […]

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Holiday Stress

December 19, 2018

The holiday season and feeling stressed goes hand-in-hand for far too many. Why? During my bi-weekly mental health segment on NBC Boston’s NECN with anchor Joy Lim Nakrin, I shared the top 4 holiday stressors, along with concrete coping tips. Additionally, my book ’10 Seconds To Mental Health’ was mentioned on air. In this book […]

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Why The Holiday Season Evokes A Range of Emotions

November 27, 2018

The week immediately following Thanksgiving often presents an uptick in the human emotional response with a wide range of emotions. This is the topic I discussed this morning live-on-air during my bi-weekly mental health segment on NBC Boston’s NECN with anchor Joy Lim Nakrin. Why does the holiday season evoke a range of emotions? Are […]

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Conflict Management for the Family on Thanksgiving

November 13, 2018

Why is it so common to experience family conflict when families get together over the holidays? With thanksgiving coming up, now is the time to consider the why, and to learn some practical tips to manage one’s emotions to ward off stress reaction. During my bi-weekly mental health segment on NBC Boston’s NECN with anchor […]

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Happy Events Trigger Negative Reaction

October 30, 2018

Here in Massachusetts where I am based as a Psychotherapist, there is a joyous Parade to be held tomorrow due to the Red Sox big win. Also tomorrow is Halloween. Both events seem wonderful, positive and fun for the many. Yet there are also many who experience a negative reaction to these seemingly positive external […]

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