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Supporting Caregivers in the Mental Health Realm

There are 60 million Americans who provide unpaid care to a family member, friend, or neighbor who has a physical or…

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The Dangers of Reassurance in OCD and BDD

We all seek reassurance from one another, particularly as children. For individuals living with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and body dysmorphic disorder…

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The Disparity Between Telemedicine and Substance Abuse Treatment

Studies are showing that depression and anxiety rates are increasing among individuals in the United States, access to mental healthcare is…

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The Deadly Effects of Quitting Alcohol

Approximately 16 million people in the United States have an alcohol use disorder, defined by the National Institutes of Alcohol Abuse…

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In the News: Advanced Directives and Mental Health

Advance directives are written instructions that you prepare to help guide your medical care and psychiatric care. They apply in certain…

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In the News: Mental Health Workers are on Strike in California

“Thousands of psychologists, therapists, social workers, and psychiatric nurses are currently on a five-day strike against Kaiser Permanente at more than…

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Practices Entrepreneurs Should Incorporate For Mental Health

A recently published report on the future of mental healthcare estimated that direct and indirect costs of mental health calculate to…

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How You Can Take Control of Your Health When Your Family Member has a Drinking Problem

According to most studies, alcohol abuse disorder is commonly linked to genetics, especially among first-degree relatives (Parents, children, and siblings). Substance…

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8 Tips on How to Talk with A Loved One About Their Mental Health Disorder

When a friend or family member expresses to you that they are struggling with a mental health disorder, you may feel…

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Increasing Emergency Room Visits & Challenges African-American Youth Face in Mental Health

Researchers said approximately 17.1 million children in the U.S. have a mental health disorder. Furthermore, between 2% and 5% of emergency…

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