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Mental Health Archives - Page 2 of 79 - Your Health Magazine

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Mental Health

Palliative Care? But, I’m Not Dying

By Hospice of the Chesapeake

Somewhere along the way, the term “palliative care” picked up a scary reputation. Should a medical professional bring it up as a treatment option, many ... Continue Reading

Schizophrenia

By Joyce Abramson, RNMS

Schizophrenia is a serious, but treatable illness which affects the brain. One person in 100 has this illness. It is a disease that makes it ... Continue Reading

Need Help Communicating With Your Partner? Three Tips For Communication That Connects You and Your Partner

By Kathleen Stark, LMSW

The most common compliant couples have when they come to therapy is by far the same: We can’t communicate. The truth is, communication is not ... Continue Reading

New Findings In Neuroscience

By Lynn L. West, PhDc, BCETS, LCPC

According to recent groundbreaking neuroscience research, neuropsychiatric disorders are evidenced through symptoms of brain cell syndromes involving the whole brain, versus diseases that are geographically ... Continue Reading

How To Create Believable Self-Talk

By Linda Ritchie, PhD

“I like the idea that I create my own supportive self-talk that serves to support me in achieving the life I want.” For years now, ... Continue Reading

How Chronic Stress Impacts Our Bodies

By Jeff Kucine, DO

In our fast-paced modern world where we’re always connected and on-the-go, chronic stress is becoming more and more common. Chronic stress can contribute to long-term ... Continue Reading

The ABCs Of Trauma

By Shirelle Wright, MSW, Contract Therapist

“Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and ... Continue Reading

Psychiatric Disabilities and Employment

By Joyce Abramson, RNMS

Employment, for most of us, has a practical and symbolic significance. Work is a mechanism used to provide basic needs of food, shelter, and clothing. ... Continue Reading

Good Girl Blues

By Francesca Richardson, PhD, LCSW-C

“I am successful, but not with my weight”: Many female clients struggle with compulsive eating and weight issues. While other things in their lives may ... Continue Reading

Active Listening Vs. Talking At Someone

By Lynn L. West, PhDc, BCETS, LCPC

Effective communication requires mutual understanding of language, behavior, and knowledge. The most important aspect of relating to someone else is one’s ability to understand new ... Continue Reading
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