Today, people can consider multiple treatments to maintain or improve their mental health. Standard options include individual counseling, group therapy, medications, and psychotherapy, also referred to as talk therapy. Each year, mental disorders affect more than a quarter of adults in America. Common mental health conditions include generalized anxiety disorder,Read More →

As time goes on, we all experience memory loss of one form or another. Some memory loss is the simple product of aging—seniors simply don’t remember as well as younger folks do. This doesn’t mean that all older adults have dementia (or, worse, Alzheimer’s disease), it just means that you’reRead More →

A significant injury can change everything in your life in the blink of an eye. From being out of work to being unable to even get to the bathroom under your own power, there are many physical and mental barriers to overcome. It can be a lot, but there areRead More →

Starting over after addiction can be scary and exciting at the same time. With a solid plan, support network, higher power, and an open mind about resources and triggers, you can get through this and come out happier and healthier for it. Whether you’re fresh out of rehabilitation or furtherRead More →

Medical care professionals including surgeons, opioid manufacturers, psychiatrists, pharmacists, and anesthesiologists can be held responsible for a patient’s opioid addiction. Patients in recovery from serious injury or surgery take prescribed opioid pain medications. These narcotic pain medications dull and control chronic pain and discomfort but addiction can arise where theRead More →

The majority of people will find themselves married by the age of 50, but 40 to 50 percent of these couples will ultimately divorce. Whether you’ve been together for 10 months or 10 years, couples therapy can help you build stronger bonds and avoid splitting up. Here are the reasons why everyRead More →