Coronavirus (COVID-19): Response and Updates for Clients, Families, and Referents

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10 Facts About Depression

10 Facts Everyone Should Know About Depression

Whether it’s you or someone you love, we all know someone with depression. The problem is that there is a stigma attached depression. Compounded with misunderstandings and myths, it can be hard for those with depression to feel like people understand…

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tips for staying sober

10 Tips for Staying Sober in 2021

Everyone was looking forward to the end of 2020 as if sanity would suddenly emerge. This obviously didn’t happen, and many folks started searching out tips for staying sober in 2021…

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Trauma and PTSD

How Our Center Treats Trauma and PTSD

Most people will experience a traumatic event within their lifetimes. The psychological effects can range from minor to severe, but coping with trauma and PTSD is always a difficult endeavor…

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Trauma and Mental Health

Trauma and Mental Health: Facts, Symptoms and More

Humans are resilient creatures that can deal with almost anything. When direct experience teaches someone the true definition of trauma, though, the strength of that resiliency can come into question…

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Most Common Types of Depression

Most Common Types of Depression

Some people think about depression as an umbrella term covering all types. Or sometimes, they do not realize there are different depression categories. Some simply divide it into two categories — the sadness we all feel sometimes or clinical depression…

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Phases of Trauma Recovery

The Many Phases of Trauma Recovery

There’s no doubt that the human mind is resilient, but this doesn’t mean it’s invulnerable. Distressing events can have significant psychological effects, and frequently, a person must go through the phases of trauma recovery in order to regain normalcy…

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PTSD and Types of Trauma

PTSD and the Types of Trauma

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) affects many people. What we once thought reserved for those in combat, we now know as something anyone can experience. PTSD differs from acute stress disorder. Instead of short-term issues, those with PTSD have symptoms that affect their daily lives on a long-term basis…

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LGBTQ Anxiety and Depression: Understanding and Overcoming

Statistics show that those within the LGBTQ community experience anxiety and mood disorders at higher rates than the general population. A variety of issues and underlying problems lead to this disproportionate statistic. For anyone experiencing these mental health issues, though, pinpointing a solution is often more desirable than understanding the root cause…

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