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

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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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How Can You Tell If Someone Has PTSD?

Post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, is a mental health condition that has serious side effects. The symptoms start after the person has experienced the trauma, and the brain goes through neurochemical changes that affect how you feel…

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Spot Depression

Learn to Spot Depression

Whether it’s someone you love or yourself, depression isn’t always easy to determine. Everyone feels sad from time to time. But actual clinical depression is not the same as being sad, and it is important to know the signs…

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PTSD Treatment Center

PTSD Treatment Center

While many people will experience traumatizing events in their lifetimes, most won’t face long-term effects. If signs of post-traumatic stress disorder begin to appear, though, it’s important to visit a PTSD treatment center…

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Coping with Trauma

Understanding the Need for Help When Coping with Trauma

Many people were raised to believe that needing help when coping with trauma is a sign of weakness. There’s a persistent assumption that “toughing it out” or “getting over it” is the right path to take…

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Women and Trauma

Women and Trauma: Dealing with Increased Risks

The effects of a traumatizing event can cause significant issues for anyone. As research on women and trauma continues to prove, though, there are major differences in how separate genders deal with these issues…

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How Depression Is Diagnosed

eing depressed is difficult. And understanding what a doctor means when discussing it can confuse you and make things even harder to understand. If you aren’t sure what your doctor means, the information is harder to process. This makes it more difficult to ask the right questions, which is important to your care…

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Can Depression Really Kill You?

Many people with depression find treatment plans that allow them to live a fulfilling life. And while that is the goal of most people, there are unfortunately those who feel there is no hope. Some researchers consider depression…

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