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Mental Health Archives - Page 31 of 86 - Your Health Magazine

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Mental Health

Take a New Direction On Life's Path

By Helen A. Bramow, MA, BCH

Hypnosis, or integrated imagery, is a gentle, guided meditation. It centers on solving an issue or a problem, an addiction, or simply changing an unwanted ... Continue Reading

Healing Body, Mind, and Soul

By Helen A. Bramow, MA, BCH

People are more than just the sum of their parts, and it often takes a “whole” body/mind approach to create a life of wellness, especially ... Continue Reading

Back-To-School Success Psychological Testing Can Unlock Academic/Social Achievement

By Matthew Ryan, MA, LPC

Psychological testing can offer very valuable clues to getting your son or daughter on the right track this next school year, especially if suspect a ... Continue Reading

Self-Talk & Self-Esteem

By Megan MacCutcheon, MEd

One of the most important tools in developing and maintaining healthy self-esteem involves monitoring the messages we tell ourselves. All day long, you have messages, ... Continue Reading

Experiencing Grief

By Linda Ritchie, PhD

Statistics show that everyone can expect to experience the loss of a loved one once every nine to thirteen years. The resulting sadness may be ... Continue Reading

Sleep Deprivation

By Sherry Kazerooni, DDS, LVIF

Maybe your sleeping partner says your snoring sounds like a 747 landing in the next room; maybe you just don't wake up refreshed after what ... Continue Reading

Conditions of the Toenail Part 1

By Burton J. Katzen, DPM

Toenail problems are the most common foot conditions seen in the podiatrist's office. The human toenail is one of the fascinating structures of the human ... Continue Reading

Women and Depression

By Kathi Whitten, LCSW

Women are twice as likely to have depression as men. The World Health Organization reports that depression poses a far greater risk to women compared ... Continue Reading

Therapy Pets For PTSD

By Lynn L. West, PhDc, BCETS, LCPC

At 22-years of age, Tony had experienced life with a capital “L.” He was an outcast in his family because of his unbridled hyperactivity, mania, ... Continue Reading

ADD/ADHD Children and Teens Benefit From "Structured" Summer

By Matthew Ryan, MA, LPC

Summer break from middle school, high school or college is a very exciting time, but can be very detrimental to adolescents and young adults with ... Continue Reading
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