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Is Teletherapy Right for Your Mental Health?

Is Teletherapy Right for Your Mental Health?

The COVID-19 pandemic (and ensuing quarantine) saw many of the activities traditionally conducted in-person--like grocery shopping, happy hours, and first dates--go digital. Other activities which...

What to Avoid with Psychiatric Medications

What to Avoid with Psychiatric Medications

Psychiatric medications, also sometimes referred to as psychotropic or psychotherapeutic medications, are used to help address the symptoms of mental illnesses like ADHD, anxiety disorder, bipolar...

Alternative Therapies for Mental Health Disorders

Alternative Therapies for Mental Health Disorders

One size rarely fits all, especially when it comes to healthcare and wellness. Just as differences in height, weight, body composition, and musculature can affect how a doctor might approach...

Do I Need a Psychologist or Psychiatrist?

Do I Need a Psychologist or Psychiatrist?

Taking care of your mental health is a highly individual pursuit. It’s going to look different for everyone. A big part of that journey is making sure you’re working with the right type of mental...

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Is Teletherapy Right for Your Mental Health?

The COVID-19 pandemic (and ensuing quarantine) saw many of the activities traditionally conducted in-person--like grocery shopping, happy hours, and first dates--go digital. Other activities which were already making that switch like telehealth consultations and...

Prescription drugs turned street drug: an American Crisis

Painkillers. Stimulants. Opioids. Prescription drug abuse is fueling a drug crisis in the United States. In 2021 there were over an estimated 107,000 drug overdose deaths in the United States--a 15% increase from 2020. Prescription Drug Abuse Statistics Approximately...

College & Mental Health

Mental health problems in college students are on the rise and campuses are realizing that they have a crisis on their hands. These issues are correlated with lower academic success and an increased risk of dropping out. A worrisome issue on its own, the situation is...

All About The Emily Program

Anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge eating are a few types of common teen eating disorders. They are also severe mental health conditions that can have long-lasting physical and emotional consequences. Eating disorders often develop during the teenage years...

What to Avoid with Psychiatric Medications

Psychiatric medications, also sometimes referred to as psychotropic or psychotherapeutic medications, are used to help address the symptoms of mental illnesses like ADHD, anxiety disorder, bipolar disorder, depression, and schizophrenia. While they don’t cure mental...

Top 5 Methods To Reduce Anxiety

According to recent studies, more people are affected by anxiety than by any other illness or disease. If symptoms of anxiety are left untreated, the impacts could impact day-to-day tasks and overall quality of life. Don’t wait...

Alternative Therapies for Mental Health Disorders

One size rarely fits all, especially when it comes to healthcare and wellness. Just as differences in height, weight, body composition, and musculature can affect how a doctor might approach treatment for a physical health issue, there are plenty of invisible...

The Connection Between Body Dysmorphia and Addiction

It’s not uncommon for people to use drugs and alcohol as a way to cope with how they feel. Less known, and even less understood, is that sometimes people use drugs because of how they look. Research has discovered a strong correlation between body dysmorphia and...

Do I Need a Psychologist or Psychiatrist?

Taking care of your mental health is a highly individual pursuit. It’s going to look different for everyone. A big part of that journey is making sure you’re working with the right type of mental health professional; one that will meet your immediate psychological...

Outpatient vs Inpatient Mental Health Treatment

Caring for your mental health can take many forms and shapes. When it comes to getting formal treatment, however, there are two main formats it can take: inpatient vs outpatient mental health programs. Depending on which type you choose, there can be significant...