I have been featured as an emotional health expert in a variety of publications, including Well+Good, Huffington Post, and MindBodyGreen. I also regularly contribute to several wellness websites. Below are some of my published articles.

 

 

How Well Do You Understand Trauma? 

by Alison Stone, LCSW
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.

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The Startling Science Behind Our Loneliness Crisis — and What to Do about It

by Alison Stone, LCSW
In today’s digital world, we enjoy unlimited access to our social networks. Some argue that we are more connected than ever before thanks to our access to text, email, and the social media that's at our fingertips.

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The Very Best Breathing Technique for Anxiety

by Alison Stone, LCSW
It's no secret that anxiety and stress levels are on the rise, particularly among young people. Rates of anxiety have been steadily climbing for several decades now, with college campuses reporting that anxiety has surpassed depression as the most common mental health concern among students.

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How to Set Boundaries Around Your Smartphone

by Alison Stone, LCSW
Are you worried about how much time you’ve been spending on your phone? Chances are, you’re not alone. One 2017 study found that on average, Americans spend five hours per day on their mobile device. There is now a growing body of evidence that implicates harmful consequences of excessive smartphone use for young people.

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4 Easy Tips for Anxiety You Can Use Anywhere

by Alison Stone, LCSW
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.

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