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Mental Health

Neuroplasticity and Cognitive Behavioral Training “Neurons that fire together wire together”

By Linda Ritchie, PhD

It was once believed that the brain was hard-wired and fixed. The belief was that the adult brain could not change.  However, research over the ... Continue Reading

Social Anxiety Diminished By Brain Signals and Re-Thinking

By Linda Ritchie, PhD

For people with social anxiety, even everyday encounters with others can cause an agonizing degree of apprehension. This problem, affecting three to 13% U.S. adults, may ... Continue Reading

Is It Anxiety, Depression or Adult ADHD?

By Monique Deely, LCSW

ADHD does not just affect children. It has three core symptoms: inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity. These can affect an adult or child in home, social ... Continue Reading

Job Searching and Mental Illness

By Ifeanyi Olele, MD

When most people are searching for jobs, they tend to look for the one that has the best salary. This is important for most people ... Continue Reading

Panic Disorders

By Joyce Abramson, RNMS

Imagine you are in an elevator and suddenly you feel flushed and short of breath. Your heart is beating rapidly and you begin to perspire. ... Continue Reading

Adaptation To Change

By Lynn L. West, PhDc, BCETS, LCPC

The Information Age, 1970-present, shifted the requirements for thinking, from the old, linear style of thinking where decision-making was based on fixed beliefs, rules, and ... Continue Reading

7 Ways To De-Stress Your Holiday Season

By Jeff Kucine, DO

While many of us look forward to the fun and festivities of the holidays, there’s no denying the season also brings its fair share of ... Continue Reading

Hypnosis For the Holidays

By Toni Greene, Owner

The holidays can be fun and exciting, or they can be stressful and sad. Holidays have a lot of feelings attached to them. Feelings come ... Continue Reading

Keep the Happy In Your Holidays

By Meg Kabis

Instead of “Ho! Ho! Ho!” do you sometimes feel more like “boo-hoo-hoo” around the holidays? All year round, both peri- and postmenopausal women are more ... Continue Reading

Psychiatric Rehab

By Joyce Abramson, RNMS

Persons who have received a mental illness diagnosis, particularly one of a serious and persistent nature, have found psychiatric rehabilitation services beneficial in their recovery. ... Continue Reading
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