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PTSD and VR – How Virtual Reality could change the way we treat Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

The future is now, apparently. When I first heard about the Oculus Rift, a Virtual Reality headset that was premiered on Kickstarter, it was like all of my childhood dreams had come true. Now, I would be able to play video games that felt like they were taking place around me. It’s been a few…

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Mental Health in the Military

As someone who has known more than a few soldiers from the military in my life, I can say with confidence that soldiers with mental health conditions are overlooked, and often struggle to get the care that they need. On top of this, there is a huge stigma that surrounds mental health, especially for military…

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Election Aftermath – Now What?

I was not a very political person three years ago. I had only ever voted twice, once being a primary, and in fact I had been determined to keep politics more or less out of my life as much as possible, mostly due to the stress and anxiety it brought me. I don’t think it…

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The biggest global fundraiser for men’s health awareness, Movember, has made a huge impact since in conception in 2003. Since the event is so easy to get involved with, it has stood the test of time, growing more each year. To increase visibility for this awareness campaign, men are encouraged to collectively grow out their…

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Political Stress

If you find yourself stressed out more than usual by politics, you are not alone. Many Americans are finding it difficult to cope with the current direction the country is moving. The American Psychological Association recently did a survey where they found that 66% of the population feels the effects of the political climate. How…

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How to Help a Loved One Struggling with Addiction

My name is Crystal and I am an addict. I always have been, and always will be an addict. The difference is that today I am a recovering addict. The reason that I say I am a recovering addict, and not a recovered addict, is that addiction is never something you are “cured” of. It…

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Suicide Prevention

September is National Suicide Prevention Month. Oftentimes forgotten about, suicide is an incredibly serious and important topic. While it can be difficult to talk about suicide, it’s imperative that we do so – especially during this time of awareness. I, along with many others, am a person who has been affected by suicide. Whether you are…

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by Kristy Southivilay Please note: This content contain mentions of sexual abuse. We often imagine PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) as being reserved for military veterans, or mothers experiencing postpartum PTSD after childbirth; but PTSD can happen to anyone who has gone through terrifying events that have significantly affected their well-being. Car accidents, unexpected deaths, military…

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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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