Everything You Need to Know About IOPs
When you think about therapy, you probably think about meeting with a therapist once per week either virtually through video-camera or sitting in a therapist’s office - outpatient therapy.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, families and students alike have been forced to adapt to a new way of learning. For many, even regular school can be overwhelming and exacerbate underlying signs of..
Sleep is an essential component of our physical and mental health that allows our bodies to rest and recharge. A healthy sleep schedule can be challenging while juggling the responsibilities...
Mindfulness practice is the utilization of various tools and techniques that train the brain to arrive in a mindful state. The practice emphasizes non-judgment, non-attachment, as well as acceptance..
Despite 2020 being a challenging year for many, expressing gratitude is more important than ever. For many, the holiday season exacerbates feelings of loneliness, anxiety and depression.
Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a subtype of depression that typically begins in the fall and can last throughout the winter. SAD can cause changes in energy levels, sleep schedules, appetite...
Social media has profoundly changed the way we interact with others, particularly for young people who have grown up alongside social media’s growth and fallen victim to its addictive qualities.
Suicide is the second leading cause of death for children and young adults. Greater awareness and resources can help reduce both suicide attempts and deaths by suicide.
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a popular type of psychotherapy used by mental health counselors and therapists to assist clients who are interested in overcoming mental health issues
If you or a loved one struggles with depression, it’s common to feel alone. Depression is more than just sadness and can affect many different aspects of our everyday lives.
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