Alison Stone, LCSW

Alison Stone Therapy

Alison Stone, LCSW is an integrative psychotherapist in New York City. Her clinical specializations include anxiety, relationship issues, life transitions, and psychological trauma. Alison believes in a holistic approach to wellness and is trained in multiple mind-body treatment modalities.

5 Ways To Tackle Transitions

5 Ways To Tackle Transitions

Transitions occur when there is any disruption in our lives — whether that is a positive or negative disruption. Here are five suggestions for tackling transitions without losing your cool.

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Cultivate Your Ideal Summer in 5 Easy Ways

Many of us look forward to Summer. The warmer weather lifts our spirits and pushes us out from hibernation. Sometimes, though, we get so caught up in our chaotic schedules that we end up drained instead of refreshed. Here are 5 suggestions for making the most out of your Summer while still maintaining your self-care practices.

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3 Simple Ways to Practice Self-Care This Month

Self-care is one of the most important things we can do for ourselves, yet often the first thing that gets neglected. The reality is that we need to put the same amount of care and diligence into our mental health as we do our physical health.

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How well do you understand trauma? A therapist explains

Trauma is any event or experience that overwhelms the brain’s ability to cope, and shapes our beliefs or behaviors going forward. It is anything that causes an individual deep, lasting distress during and/or after the event has taken place.

4 Easy Tips for Relieving Anxiety You Can Use Anywhere

4 Easy Tips for Relieving Anxiety You Can Use Anywhere

Move over, Prozac- anxiety is the new depression. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, over 18% of the U.S. adult population suffers from an anxiety disorder. This number doesn’t account for people who experience distressing levels of anxiety but don’t meet criteria for a diagnosable disorder. Most of us have experienced anxiety throughout our lives, and it can be argued that between improvements in technology and the advent of social media, anxiety and stress levels are surging at higher rates then previously seen-especially for young people.