Why do Koreans ask your age?

   Written by Eun Kyng Seo, Ph.D., Licensed Professional Counselor(USA)   The first time I traveled to Hong Kong in 1996, I learned that asking age could be embarrassing in different cultures. In Korean society, age differentiates an individual’s roles and responsibilities, and this generates a rigid hierarchy system in family, work, and communities. If […]

Staying Mentally Well During Uncertain Times │BCCK Webinar

   [NOTICE] BCCK Webinar presented by Noreen Jaden, CEO of Adaptable Human Solutions Happy Wednesday.   The BCCK will hold a webinar on the topic of Staying Well During Uncertain Times. Speakers will discuss various stages of anxiety during a crisis and how to manage healthy and unhealthy anxieties as it relates to those who exercise influence […]

Inquiry process at AHS – what to expect

   Written by Irina Roibu, Inquiry Coordinator Are you interested in starting therapy sessions but not sure how to best get in touch with our office? Here are the steps of the inquiry process; we wanted to share these so you know what to expect and put your mind at ease.   First, the ways […]

The therapist’s office: The place where we are judged the least

   Written by Irina Roibu, Inquiry Coordinator My name is Irina and I am an inquiry coordinator at AHS. Before working here, I’ve been in therapy for several years for depression and generalized anxiety. I’ve changed therapists several times until I found the ones who are suitable for me. Even now, I go back to […]

Managing Anxiety in the Workforce │KBLA Webinar

   [NOTICE] KBLA Webinar presented by Noreen Jaden, CEO of Adaptable Human Solutions   Happy Tuesday.   In light of COVID-19, mental health is becoming more and more important all over the world. In particular, if you are a leader of a company and need to stabilize the work environment in these unprecedented times, it […]