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The Turning Point for Clients in Mental Health Treatment

July 14, 2021

Navigating mental health treatment can be a foreign experience for many. Finding the correct team and treatment modality to properly address mental health concerns is an extremely important aspect for a successful road to recovery.

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How Depression is Different in Men and Women

July 7, 2021

Though some symptoms overlap, depression can affect men and women differently. Learning to recognize the symptoms of depression in both genders is crucial to understanding how to help a loved one who is depressed get the help they need. What Is Depression? Clinical depression is often diagnosed for people who meet […]

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Mid-Twenties Client with Cooccurring Mental Illness and Substance Abuse

June 30, 2021

Client was a mid-twenties male from the West Coast. He presented for treatment to address problem areas such as Schizoaffective Disorder, Bipolar Type, with symptoms of rage, anger, physical aggression and substance abuse issues. The client has a history of being administratively discharged from previous treatment centers.  The client reported […]

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Best Treatment Options For PTSD

June 23, 2021

Are you concerned that your loved one might be showing signs of PTSD? We have a list of the best treatment options for loved ones with PTSD.

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Does My Loved One Have An Eating Disorder?

June 16, 2021

If you are aware of eating disorders running in your family, or have noticed any of the following factors occurring in your loved one’s life, they might be suffering from an eating disorder.

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Understanding and Dealing with Survivor’s Guilt

June 9, 2021

Losing someone is hard. Whether from natural causes or an accident, outliving someone brings some emotions that seem unbearable. Survivor’s guilt is a psychological phenomenon that many first responders – soldiers, firefighters, police – and even average people may experience after the death of someone near them or after experiencing […]

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Understanding Mental Health in the LGBTQ+ Community in Pride Month

June 2, 2021

  June is LGBTQ+ Pride month, a month when the community celebrates diversity, individuality, and visibility. It is a time for acceptance and conversation – one of those conversations is about mental health struggles within the community. Mental health is an overarching problem in the LGBTQ+ community due to societal […]

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DH Case Study: Successful Middle-Aged Woman – Depression with Substance Abuse

May 26, 2021

Client was a middle-aged successful businesswoman, an active mother to her children, and a wife to her husband. She presented to treatment to address areas such as mood instability, anxiety, trauma, and substance use disorder. Client reported the day before entering treatment, she was severely depressed, and informed her mother […]

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Why Mental Health Treatment Cannot Stop During the Coronavirus Outbreak

For all of the uncertainty around the coronavirus pandemic and the panic that has ensued as a result, there is at least one constant – those who are suffering for mental health issues still require treatment. If anything, they may require more treatment due to the barrage of negative news […]

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