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Posted Tue, Apr 23, 2024
Posted Wed, Mar 06, 2024
Many people think of trauma as only big traumatic events, something like combat experience or acts of violence,
Posted Fri, Feb 09, 2024
Let’s talk about myths that surround the topic of mental health. Even now, when information is at our fingertips, misunderstandings persist and fuel harmful mental health myths.
Posted Wed, Jan 10, 2024
Genetic testing has recently become a popular concept mentioned often in news outlets and on social media. Services like “23andMe” have grown in popularity
Posted Tue, Nov 28, 2023
Though death and dying are often seen as topics that aren’t fun to discuss or ponder, they are obviously normal parts of the human experience. Therefore, these are topics that need to be discussed openly and honestly.
Posted Mon, Oct 30, 2023
Do you remember the film “One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest”? Released in 1975, it sheds light on the stereotypes surrounding mental health, and also exposed
Posted Tue, Sep 05, 2023
Did the title grab your attention? After all, who says to themselves “I want to go out and ruin my mental health?!” No one that I know. Y
Posted Fri, Aug 04, 2023
There has been an increase in teen depression since the Covid Pandemic in 2020. However, as most parents know, sometimes depression can be hard to recognize from normal teen behavior and development.
Posted Mon, Jun 19, 2023
We’ve all heard the saying ‘you are what you eat’. When I’m working with patients in my office, I like to discuss all areas of health including body, mind, and spirit.
Posted Tue, Jun 06, 2023
Chad Anderson is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor. Chad received a Masters of Art in Marriage and Family Counseling from Southwestern Baptist
Posted Wed, May 31, 2023
Drug addiction is a deeply misunderstood phenomenon that can happen to anyone. The American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) joined
Posted Wed, May 24, 2023
May is Mental Health Awareness month. So many people suffer from mental health yet so many people do not seek help for mental health.
Posted Thu, Jan 05, 2023
In the not-so-distant past people shied away from talking about mental health. There were considerable stigmas surrounding it.