Although common, many people with PTSD remain undiagnosed. Learning how to spot the signs of PTSD is often the first step in finding treatment.
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Couples’ counseling doesn’t always have to be a last resort to an almost indisputable conflict. Consider trying couples counseling before a big fight occurs.
Self-diagnosis of mental disorders is not only inconsistent; it can also be harmful to your health.
Here are a few ways to mitigate stress in the workplace.
Although anxiety often comes up in our lives during times of stress, it’s important to know when to seek help with anxiety.
There are many ways to combat feelings of loneliness. Try looking for opportunities to be with people and join them. If you don’t know where to start, here are a few suggestions that can get you started.
Good communication requires an atmosphere of trust and compassion, which can be cultivated. There are a couple of ways you can tell if your relationship has healthy communication.
The Collaborative Care Model is a patient-centered approach to mental health care that links a patient’s primary care provider, a behavioral health care manager, and a psychiatric consultant to help a patient meet their mental health goals.
We remember the loved ones we’ve lost during the holidays. Learn ways to help you and your loved ones cope with grief.
Depression is an increasingly prevalent and serious mood disorder that causes a number of severe symptoms and can significantly impact your life if not diagnosed and treated properly. It’s important to notice the signs of depression for yourself and for your loved ones.