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Does Mу Child Nееd Hеlр?

How Tо Find Mеntаl Health Care Fоr Yоur Child Adjuѕting tо thе ѕtаrt of a ѕсhооl year саn bе ѕtrеѕѕful fоr ѕtudеntѕ аnd раrеntѕ аlikе. Dеmаndѕ оf hоmеwоrk and еxtrасurriсulаr асtivitiеѕ inсrеаѕе as do calls bеtwееn раrеntѕ and teachers rеԛuеѕting mееtingѕ tо discuss their concerns аbоut their сhild’ѕ progress. For some сhildrеn, a nеw ѕсhооl…

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How to Properly Prescribe & Use Antidepressants

[This post is a response to The New York Times article written by Victoria Toline entitled “Many People Taking Antidepressants Discover They Cannot Quit” (Carey, B. and Gebeloff, R, April 2017)] When prescribing antidepressant medications, we as clinicians must have an understanding of the proper use of these medications, and the length of time the…

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Forgiveness, a Scary Word

If you were to Google the word forgive, you might find simple definitions such as, “[To] stop feeling angry or resentful toward (someone) for an offence, flaw, or mistake” (Oxford Living Dictionaries). Looks easy enough, right? But forgiveness is a complicated process—one that may take years or even a lifetime to achieve. It’s not as…

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How Telehealth Reduces Mental Health Stigma and Increases Access

Despite the growing number of Telehealth patients, many people remain confused about or suspicious of the idea of receiving healthcare online via video call. We recently spoke with Dr. Diego Garza, who is the Director of Telehealth at MindPath Care Centers, PLLC, to learn more about what Telehealth has to offer. Dr. Garza has a…

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I used to think that anyone аffliсtеd with a mental illnеѕѕ wаѕ going to bе a vеrу ill реrѕоn fоr thе rеѕt of their livеѕ. But now, I саn tеll you from firsthand experience thаt it iѕ vеrу роѕѕiblе fоr a реrѕоn with a mental disorder tо gаin a rеаѕоnаblе standard of living after suffering…

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This is the second post in a two-part series on strategies individuals can use to cultivate inner peace that can likewise lead to outer peace. The Center for Nonviolent Communication offers a list of 10 THINGS WE CAN DO TO CONTRIBUTE TO INTERNAL, INTERPERSONAL, AND ORGANIZATIONAL PEACE. In the first part, we discussed the first…

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The Power of Words

Whether we realize it or not, we have all experienced the unbelievable power of words.  Think about a time another person said something positive to you; consider how those words brightened your day, made you smile, boosted your confidence, gave you energy and motivation, or softened your heart. Unfortunately, most of us also remember a…

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