Tragic Realities This past week reminded the world that mental health issues don’t discriminate. Depression and anxiety can affect anyone, over 16 million people are diagnosed with depression and nearly half are also diagnosed with an anxiety disorder. Depression in children and teens looks a bit different than it does in adults so this week…
It’s that time of year It seems Mother’s Day, graduations, and many end-of-year plays, performances, parties and events have parents feeling the burn of “May-hem.” I thought I would share my unique perspective on graduation from high school to college on remaining parents and siblings at home as this may not be top of mind…
Dr. Sheryl visits School for Startups Radio to discuss living a healthy lifestyle and tips to avoid mommy burnout.
Find out if your child is ready for sleepaway or summer camp by getting some insight from Dr. Sheryl Ziegler, author of Mommy Burnout and Denver psychotherapist.
Dr. Sheryl visits 9News to discuss ways to reduce teenagers’ stress and offer them support.
Dr. Sheryl is featured on KCUR, an NPR affiliate radio station, discussing the concept of mommy burnout and what steps you can take to overcome this struggle for your health and that of your children.
This podcast shares a doctor’s perspective as Sheryl discusses what it takes to balance everything she works on and how to avoid mommy burnout. Take a listen!
Psychotherapist Dr. Sheryl Ziegler was featured on The Struggle is Real: Modern Parenting podcast discussing the development of a child’s brain and how you can use this development understanding to help you as a parent.
In this podcast with Boston’s WBUR-FM, Dr. Sheryl addresses the concept of marijuana and how to speak with your children and teenagers about it since it’s becoming “legalized.”
This week I want to reflect about a topic that is never something we want to face but something that unfortunately we all have to deal with at some point in our kid’s lives. Loss. Grief. Death. In childhood, kids are likely to endure the loss of a grandparent or another loved one. Here are some thoughts on…