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Personality disorders, now widely recognized in mainstream discussions, are often misunderstood. They differ from Axis I disorders, which are ego-dystonic (in conflict with one’s self-image), in that personality disorders are ego-syntonic, meaning the individual perceives their behaviors and attitudes as...

Work-related anxiety and stress have become increasingly prevalent in our modern society. The demanding nature of our jobs, tight deadlines, high expectations, and the pressure to perform can take a toll on our mental and emotional well-being. However, there are...

Imagine feeling intense anxiety and intrusive thoughts about whether your partner is right for you, or whether you’re truly attracted to them. Or perhaps you’re lost in a spiral about whether or not you should end your relationship with a...

Have you ever wondered why some people seem to form deep, meaningful connections easily, while others struggle to maintain stable relationships? The answer lies in the impact of attachment styles. These styles, formed during early childhood, profoundly influence our ability...

Anxiety triggers our sympathetic nervous system which manifests in our physical body, eliciting sensations similar to the adrenaline rush of a roller coaster. Understanding how anxiety affects our bodies, our minds, and our behaviors is key to managing it effectively....

Have you ever found yourself hooking up with someone who seems really into you, but you weren’t sure if you were that into them? Then as the relationship progresses, suddenly you realize you’ve become somewhat attached to them. At first,...

Living with bipolar disorder can be challenging, but with the right support and treatment, individuals can manage their symptoms and lead fulfilling lives. While medication is often the first line of defense, it is not the only tool available. A...

In a world constantly moving at full speed, stress within the workplace has become a widespread issue. Alarmingly, a recent study suggests that about 83% of US workers suffer from work-related stress. Are you part of this majority, battling with...

S11E18: How you're wired (for relationships) Dateable: Your insider's look into modern dating If you're into attachment theory & personality types, prepare to have your mind blown. This podcast features Dr. Avigail Lev, PsyD and we discuss how our thought...

Dr. Lev and Dr. Drew: A CBT Exploration Licensed clinical psychologist, CBT Online Founder, & Author Dr. Abby Lev joins Dr. Drew this week for a deep dive on cognitive behavioral therapy as they attempt to go through the process...

Listen to Dr. Abby Lev share 5 Dating Trends with Stay At Home Orders with Bedtalks Podcast Host and Relationship Expert Elizabeth Overstreet and her partner “K”. Let’s face it, dating can be a struggle. And this struggle can persist...

Telemedicine has opened up new possibilities for accessing mental health services conveniently and comfortably. Telemedicine is the use of remote conferencing technology to facilitate virtual consultations between patients and healthcare providers. With the rise of remote therapy, you can now...

The breakout star of last night’s season finale of The Bachelor was not Hannah Ann Sluss, despite her thoroughly cathartic conversation with Peter Weber after he broke off their engagement. It wasn’t our future Bachelorette Clare Crawley either, who is...

Drs. Avigail Lev & Robyn Walser Discuss Narcissism on Psychologists Off The Clock Whether it’s your boss, your client, or a family member, interactions with a narcissist can be challenging. Narcissism can present as obvious grandiosity and self-importance but also...

Dr. Lev describes how to create positive relationships Dr. Lev shares insight about interpersonal schemas and how they impact relationships. Click below to listen to full episode KZUM · Community Matters 4/24/17 – Abby Lev on positive relationships

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