D'Arienzo Psychology Blog

Coping with Coronavirus Anxiety

Posted by: Dr. Justin D'Arienzo, Psy.D., ABPP

The COVID-19 pandemic has created a lot of uncertainty. Despite the uncertainty, Americans have come together during unprecedented times. Understanding how we think, feel, and behave when faced with a significant crisis like a pandemic that challenges global social order is crucial if we want to avoid past mistakes and effectively work together as a global people using kindness, reason, science, and technology to eradicate this disease. This article discusses the psychological phases of fear and panic, stigma and moralizing, and calls to action that move in sometimes messy and destructive waves.

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How to Handle an Angry Employee

Happy Employees are retained employees

Posted by: Dr. Justin D'Arienzo, Psy.D., ABPP

Many people believe that angry employees are a negative thing. In this article, we discuss how to handle an angry employee. Despite common beliefs, anger can be a catalyst for some of the most transformational conversations in the workplace. Click here to read more about how anger outbursts can be a good thing.

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Do You Need Help With Your Angry Teenager?

Posted by: Dr. Justin D'Arienzo, Psy.D., ABPP

Are you or someone you know dealing with an angry teenager? We all know a teenager who can be kind of aggressive sometimes, and yet we tend to blame this aggressiveness on factors like hormones and undeveloped areas of the brain that deal with emotional regulation. However, based on some recent research findings, there may be a little more at play here than hormones. Click here to learn more about how you can help your teen.

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Is Anger Related to Anxiety

Posted by: Dr. Justin D'Arienzo, Psy.D., ABPP

Generalized anxiety disorder is a condition that is categorized as persistent fear or worry. One study sought out to find if anxiety and anger are related. Recent research has identified a possible link between anger and anxiety. Click here to learn more.

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Anger and Access to Guns Increase Risk of Violence

Posted by: Dr. Justin D'Arienzo, Psy.D., ABPP

Recent crime trends suggest that gun violence is an ongoing issue in America. Gun violence has more to do with anger and ease of gun access rather than psychiatric issues. It was found that a whopping nine percent of anger related tendencies had easy access to guns, and these individuals are rarely diagnosed with mental illness. Mental illness and gun violence rarely overlap with one another.

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Successful New Year Resolutions and Change with the Right Psychology

Posted by: Dr. Justin D'Arienzo, Psy.D., ABPP

Many people make New Year’s resolutions. Dr. D’Arienzo discusses the psychology of New Year’s resolutions. Click here to learn more about the psychology of failed and successful resolutions.

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Board Certified Clinical Psychologist, American Board of Professional Psychology

Posted by: Dr. Justin D'Arienzo, Psy.D., ABPP

Dr. Justin D’Arienzo is a Board Certified Clinical Psychologist since 2008. Less than 5% of clinical psychologists are board-certified. If you are looking for a Board Certified Clinical Psychologist for your legal or clinical psychology, D’Arienzo Psychology is right for you. Click here to view Dr. D’Arienzo’s specialty board certification letter.

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Vistage Member and Psychologist

Posted by: Dr. Justin D'Arienzo, Psy.D., ABPP

Dr. D’Arienzo is a proud member of Vistage Florida since 2018. Vistage Florida is an organization for CEO’s and presidents of companies. Are you interested in joining Vistage? Click here to learn more about he world’s leading business advisory and executive coaching organization.

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Engaged? Should I Be Getting Married?

Posted by: Dr. Justin D'Arienzo, Psy.D., ABPP

Are you recently engaged? Have you been asking yourself if you should be getting married? Dr. D’Arienzo explains two predictive factors that lead to marital success. Click here to find out if you should be getting married and to learn more about our premarital course.

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Four Signs an Intimate Relationship is Over

signs a relationship is over

Posted by: Dr. Justin D'Arienzo, Psy.D., ABPP

How do you know if your relationship is nearing the end? There are four key events that one experiences or does when their partner is unconsciously or consciously planning to vacate the relationship. In this article, Dr. D’Arienzo discusses how you can identify if your relationship is nearing the end. If you are experiencing any of these issues discussed, it is time to start to communicate with your partner.

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