LGBTQ Mental Health Resources

Looking for LGBTQ mental health resources? Explore these articles written by me, Kieran (Krya) Grosman, Psy.D., and you may gain clarity on some of the issues you are grappling with. Want to dive deeper? Please schedule a free consultation.

Improve Your Sleep Without Prescriptions!

By Gabriel Patel

Do you wake up feeling groggy? Can you only make it halfway through your day before you start to feel sluggish and sleepy? These are signs of poor sleep quality, a chronic situation much more serious than just about being in a fog after one night of tossing and turning. People with consistent sleep troubles…

How to live together, suddenly, under duress with your long term sweetie (video)

By Kieran Grosman

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How to live together, suddenly, under duress with your long term sweetie

By Kieran Grosman

Suddenly, you’re living with your sweetie. You hadn’t planned on doing it, but with sheltering in place being the normal, it seemed better than the alternative, which would have been not to see them at all. Because you know you’d miss them dreadfully. And now you’re realizing that it was an absolutely terrible idea. Your…

What Do Healthy (Polyamorous) Relationships Look Like?

By Kieran Grosman

As someone who consults with clinicians regarding polyamory/consensual non-monogamy, I frequently get asked what healthy polyamorous relationship look like. The answer is that they look surprisingly similar to monogamous healthy relationships. But then there’s the rub. Because when I ask people (including clinicians) what healthy relationships look like, people often aren’t sure. Many of my…

Mindfulness When You Are Triggered

By Kieran Grosman

I’m working my way through Pat Ogden and Janina Fisher’s groundbreaking work on “Sensorimotor Psychotherapy: Interventions for Trauma and Attachment”. The book, which is primarily aimed at therapists, provides a wealth of interventions people can use (often with the aid of a therapist) to heal past traumatic events and traumatic relationship patterns. Trauma can make…

Procrastination is an emotion regulation problem

By Kieran Grosman

A recent article by Charlotte Lieberman in the New York Times argues that procrastination has nothing to do with self-control. Rather, procrastination stems from a difficulty with emotional control! Procrastination is the habitual or intentional delay of starting or finishing a task despite knowing that doing well will have negative consequences. We know that avoiding…