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Mental Health

It wasn’t until the 1970s that psychotherapy and medication had become complementary treatments for a wide range of mental health problems. Before that, the combination of psychotherapy and drug therapy seemed impossible; while psychoanalysts considered medication as an inferior treatment for mental illnesses, proponents of biologic psychiatry tended to see psychoanalysis as ineffective and time-wasting.   However, many studies during the ‘70s started to transform the way...

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Anxiety is an emotion that involves feelings of worry, uneasiness, and tension. These feelings are normally accompanied by physical changes such as increased blood pressure and heart rate, headaches, cold and sweaty hands and feet and more. When we experience potentially harmful triggers, anxiety is not only normal, but essential emotion for our survival.   However, when the duration or severity of anxiety is out of proportion...

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Approximately 30,000 people in the United States die by suicide each year. Suicide is the 10th cause of death in the country, with the highest suicide rate in middle-aged white men. Although women are twice as likely to suffer from depression than men, men are four times more likely to commit suicide. Studies suggest that men are less likely to seek professional help for their...

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While there are many therapists available today, choosing a therapist involves various considerations such as cost, experience, personality fit, convenience, therapy style, etc.   However, one of the most important aspects you should consider when asking yourself “How do I find a good therapist?” is whether the therapist is licensed, because only therapists with proper training receive a license. Also, make sure that the therapist is experienced...

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  There are a number of barriers to getting therapy. One must first overcome the stigma around mental health and asking for help and then find one that you resonate with. Once you overcome these barriers there is the expense of therapy. The cost of therapy can vary but often you can find someone between the prices of $75 - $250 for a 45-60-minute session. In...

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We all feel sad, upset, alone and unmotivated at times in our lives. We all experience a loss and grief when we are going through a difficult time, it is part of being human. Usually, when we are down, we can still function, and we know we will eventually bounce back to life. Usually, we do bounce back but what if you don’t? What if...

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