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Mental Health

Biomechanical Orthotics

By Burton J. Katzen, DPM

Biomechanical orthotics are commonly referred to as foot appliances, inserts, gait plates, and even arch supports. Though they may look like old-fashioned arch supports, true ... Continue Reading

Understanding and Recognizing Insomnia

By Charu Sabharwal, MD, DABSM

Anyone who has experienced sleep deprivation for just one day can attest to the harmful effects it can have on the body, as well as ... Continue Reading

Identifying and Treating Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

By Paula Rainer, PhD

According to the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is one of the most common childhood disorders and can ... Continue Reading

Children and Adolescents Suffering From Anxiety Benefit From Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

By Matthew Ryan, MA, LPC

Anxiety is a natural reaction associated with the “fight or flight” response, and a general feeling of nervousness. Anxiety symptoms can arise during inappropriate situations ... Continue Reading

Peace, Love And Conflict? Marriage and Heart Disease

By Deborah Lewis Harris, PhD

When a person faces interactions, situations or events where the demands go beyond the ability to cope, this can result in increases in blood pressure, ... Continue Reading

What Actually Happens In Psychotherapy?

By Kathi Whitten, LCSW

Sometimes people wonder how psychotherapy works or could help them. They worry they'd be judged or viewed as unable to manage their lives. They may ... Continue Reading

Teen Academic and Personality Testing

By Matthew Ryan, MA, LPC

Starting in elementary and middle school, the pressure to perform well in class and on standardized tests begins. The drumbeat reaches a crescendo as PSATs, ... Continue Reading

Natural Solutions For Depression

By Sara Poldmae, LAc

Most of us have experienced depression at one time or another in our lives. We can usually bounce back from it and move on with ... Continue Reading

The Need For Sleep

By Linda Ritchie, PhD

The fact is that we need sleep and many of us simply do not get enough. Almost everyone has occasional sleepless nights. Stress, anxiety, alcohol, ... Continue Reading

Dealing With Anger Effectively

By Kathi Whitten, LCSW

We all experience anger from time to time. Nevertheless, most people find it uncomfortable, and many people fear it, believing that anger is always harmful. ... Continue Reading
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