How do Psychiatry Services Help With Mental Health Issues?

Group Counseling vs Individual Therapy

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People can participate in group counseling sessions or one-on-one therapy. Depending on the issues that an individual is dealing with and other factors as determined by their mental healthcare expert, group counseling may be combined with…
How Family Based Therapy During Addiction Treatment Can Help

Are Group Sessions Good for Your Mental Health?

Most people think of therapy as only one-on-one with a mental health professional. There are also group sessions that are available. The therapy is conducted by a specially trained mental health professional with a small group of individuals…
Combating Communication Issues With Counseling

Dealing with Anger Management

Anger has a time and place, but should be expressed in an assertive rather than aggressive way that’s not hurtful to others. Many individuals automatically default to aggressiveness. Uncontrolled anger damages personal and professional relationships.…
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What are the 5 Major Psychiatric Issues?

The major psychiatric disorders are autism, attention deficit-hyperactive disorder, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia. While they’re separate disorders, they do have some genetic risk elements in common and there are multiple misconceptions…
The Most Commonly Diagnosed Mental Health Issues in College Students

Understanding Learning Disabilities

There are 4 million children under the age of 18 that have some type of learning disability, with 2 million receiving special education services. A learning disability is defined as an impairment in perception, thinking, learning, organizing…
How to Teach and Talk to Your Kids About Mental Health Help

Psychiatry That Helps Kids Thrive

School violence, social media and expectations to excel in academics and sports are just some of the issues that youngsters are experiencing. It’s often impossible for parents to help their children navigate those problems when they’re…
Helping a Friend With Depression - What Not to Do

Supporting Loved Ones with Their Recovery

Support is important for those recovering from substance abuse or addiction. Many people want to help a loved one in their recovery, but don’t know how. In trying to be helpful, they can inadvertently do the opposite. It’s important for…
Can’t Sleep? Get Help From Sleep Disorders Treatment

Managing PTSD

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For people with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), self-care is essential. PTSD occurs when an individual experiences the possibility or actual threat of serious injury, violence or death. It’s an anxiety disorder that develops in response…
Parenthood After Divorce: 5 Things You’ll Learn in Co Parenting Therapy

5 Strategies for Successful Co-Parenting

Co-parenting after a relationship is over can be contentious and fraught with potential pitfalls. The object is to do what’s best for the children involved. Unfortunately, many times parents inject their own feelings of loss, rejection and…
Can I Really Tell a Therapist About My Substance Abuse Issues?

Counseling: A Safe Outlet to Discuss Negative Feelings

The traditional advice for people experiencing negative feelings, turmoil and emotionally charged issues is to calm down, relax and be reasonable. It usually has the opposite effect. Sometimes people just need to vent, be heard, and find acceptance.…