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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...

Outpatient vs Inpatient Mental Health Treatment

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...

How To Choose a Mental Health Therapist

How To Choose a Mental Health Therapist

You don’t necessarily need to be best friends with your primary physicians in order to have a good check-up. When it comes to mental health, however, research has found that it’s crucial that you...

How Therapy Pets Help Those with Mental Illnesses

How Therapy Pets Help Those with Mental Illnesses

Animals can bring out the best of us, helping us to be more compassionate and patient people. They can also accomplish things that medicine alone sometimes cannot, making us healthier both...

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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...

How To Choose a Mental Health Therapist

You don’t necessarily need to be best friends with your primary physicians in order to have a good check-up. When it comes to mental health, however, research has found that it’s crucial that you have a good relationship with your therapist. So you don’t want to just...

How to Pay for Therapy With & Without Insurance

Nowadays, you can’t expect to discuss the concept of ‘wellness’, without including the mention of mental well-being. It’s become a crucial part of overall conversations about health that medical professionals, the government, and even employers are speaking up about....

How Does Exercise Help with Anxiety?

If you were to write out a list of all the benefits of exercise, you’d be writing for a while. From improving sleep to delaying Alzheimer's, just 30 minutes a day of physical activity can help us feel better and live longer. One of the most impressive and far-reaching...

How Therapy Pets Help Those with Mental Illnesses

Animals can bring out the best of us, helping us to be more compassionate and patient people. They can also accomplish things that medicine alone sometimes cannot, making us healthier both physically and mentally. The latter has seen substantial benefits of animal...

4 Exposure Therapy Techniques for Mental Illnesses

Sometimes you’ve just got to face your fears—literally. Exposure therapy is this precise practice. It’s an evidence-based type of behavioral therapy that has a person face the source of their feelings of fear, panic, or anxiety to help gain greater control over their...

What is a Dissociative State?

We all know life can be overwhelming at times. What you might not know is that in cases of extreme stress, the mind may disassociate as an act of self-preservation to distance a person from the distressing event. This condition can manifest itself in a myriad of ways...

How Can Stress Cause Psychosis?

What isn’t stress responsible for these days? From premature wrinkles and gray hair to sleep, digestion, and heart problems there’s no shortage of how this sneaky and silent killer causes harm to our bodies. However, the effects of stress aren’t just limited to the...

5 Examples of ADHD Impulsivity

From elementary to high school, most of us had at least one classmate who was talkative, fidgety, constantly daydreaming, or otherwise couldn’t seem to follow the teacher’s directions. These individuals were often mislabeled as troublemakers, kids that misbehaved...