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  • How to Have Better Coping Skills
    Important life events, whether they are good or bad, can cause mental stress. If you want to relieve this stress, you might try different ways of thinking, or new behaviors and activities. These thoughts, behaviors, and activities are called coping mechanisms. Read more
  • Therapy Myths Debunked
    There are a lot of myths surrounding therapy - We are here to bust all the myths you've heard about seeking treatment. Read more
  • All You Need To Know: Therapy Dogs For PTSD
    The conversation about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD, is getting louder. No longer are we in the days of whispered mentions of ‘shell shock’ or fearing those who may have flashbacks. In fact, the discussion on PTSD has become so widespread that most people you ask will know exactly what the acronym stands for. And that’s great news because the more we talk about it, the more we squash the stigma. Read more
  • Opioid Addiction: Everything You Need to Know About Opioids and The Opioid Epidemic
    Do you or someone you love suffer from opioid addiction? Here is everything you need to know about the epidemic that is killing people everyday. Read more
  • Am I Depressed?
    If you've ever wondered if you have depression, you've come to the right place. Here we review what depression is and how to get help. Read more
  • Getting Help: Your First Therapy Appointment
    If you've never had therapy before it can be a little intimidating walking into an office for the first time. Learn exactly what to expect and some tips for easing any anxieties you might have before your first appointment. Read more
  • Four mindfulness exercises
    At the times when your anxiety, depression, or stress start getting too high, it's important that you turn to mindfulness techniques in order to calm your nerves. Here are 4 mindfulness exercises to help you cope effectively. Read more
  • What is an eating disorder?
    In eighth grade, Matthew was the largest in his class. At six feet and 265 lbs., the other kids in Matthew’s class were dwarfed by his size, which brought about Read more
  • How to stop automatic negative thoughts (ANTs)
    Everyone blows things out of proportion now and again. It’s when we consistently and persistently distort reality that it can become dangerous. Read more
  • How to handle depression over the holidays
    There’s a popular myth that depression spikes over the holidays, when that’s simply not true. But there may be some truth to the fact that stress and anxiety can increase from Thanksgiving and through the holiday season, thanks to potentially higher grocery bills, a growing Christmas list, and more family and work functions than one would rather attend. Read more
  • Is insomnia a mental health disorder?
    In his teens and early 20s, Stanley said he would boast about “only needing two or three hours of solid sleep.”The electrical engineer and father of four says that all Read more
  • My partner has anxiety. How can I help?
    No couple is without its challenges, but when an anxiety disorder appears as the third wheel, there’s bound to be a host of difficulties not necessarily experienced by couples untouched by anxiety. Read more
  • Depression and ADHD
    Experts have said that depression is over two and a half times more prevalent in those with ADHD or ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) than adults who don’t have either condition. Adults with ADHD may have difficulty concentrating, focusing, completing tasks or remembering directions, similar to children with ADHD. Read more
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