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What do you do when you and your partner don't see eye to eye on money matters? Lincoln Park Therapy Group Founder Nicolle Osequeda is featured in this Northwestern Mutual article exploring the touchy topic of finances in relationships and how two people with opposing...read more
I think I may be gay... but how do I accept that into my whole self? As you begin to integrate your sexual identity into your whole self, you may notice that the process is challenging and hard to maneuver through. In fact, you may find yourself feeling lost and...read more
Do you know what the experts say about spicing up your sex life? According to Dr. John Gottman, there are 13 things that couples do who have a healthy and thriving sex life! Gottman is an expert in relationship dynamics and the author of more than 40...read more
Have you ever wondered if your drinking "too much"? Alcohol use in the US is on the rise. According to recent research this is especially true for women, minorities and older adults. While enjoying a few drinks in moderation is safe, there is a growing body of...read more
Summer is a time for fun, frolicking, and stress-free vacays… but how often do you plan trips with your partner that are stress-free? Lincoln Park Therapy Group Founder Nicolle Osequeda is featured in this New York Times article that explores the ins and outs of...read more
Making friends as an adult is hard sometimes! This can be especially true if you find yourself in a new city, in a new job, or just out of a relationship. We are wired for social connection, and not feeling a sense of belonging can feel extremely unpleasant and...read more
Ever had money issues and a friendship collide? If you're like the rest of us, your answer is probably yes. Lincoln Park Therapy Group Founder Nicolle Osequeda is featured in this article on The Cut that focuses on money issues and the challenging dynamics that come...read more
Being in any type of natural surrounding can be a sign of relief and can be a source to heal your anxiety. is like a long sigh of relief. It is an exhale, a hug, a comfy pillow or blanket, a sweet friend. This post will cover more on how.read more
Compulsions come from a need that is desperate and tortured. They may bring relief, but they bring little enjoyment and one part of our brain desperately wishes to stop them, another’s afraid.read more
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