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24. November 2014 05:55
by Marti Wormuth, MA
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How Can I Help Someone That Has Suffered a Traumatic Event?

24. November 2014 05:55 by Marti Wormuth, MA | Comments

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Many of us have heard the word "trauma," but some of us don't really understand what that means in a technical context. What is traumatic? What happens in a traumatic event? How can we make sure that people who have gone through trauma are able to get through it in a healthy way that allows them to thrive instead of merely trying to survive their daily lives?
Many of us have heard the word "trauma," but some of us don't really understand what that means in a technical context. What is traumatic? What happens in a traumatic event? How can we make sure that people who have gone through trauma are able to get through it in a healthy way that allows them to thrive instead of merely trying to survive their daily lives? [More]

23. November 2014 05:55
by Marti Wormuth, MA
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How Do I Deal with a Child that has ADHD?

23. November 2014 05:55 by Marti Wormuth, MA | Comments

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Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder, better known as ADHD, is a disorder that many people in the United States have to deal with on a regular basis. Whether you're an adult that didn't get treated as a child, an adult that developed adult onset ADHD, or you have a child that has ADHD, there are a lot of things that you need to do in order to deal with the disease in a way that is effective and helps you or your child work through life in the way that they were intended to. [More]

22. November 2014 09:25
by Dr. C. Wayne Winkle
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Dementia, Alzheimer’s, and Vitamin B-12 - Is There A Connection?

22. November 2014 09:25 by Dr. C. Wayne Winkle | Comments

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There appears to be a connection between dementia, Alzheimer’s Disease, and Vitamin B-12, but not one that suggests a cure for dementia of the Alzheimer’s or another type. If B12 reduces memory loss and deterioration of brain volume, it is a step in the right direction for the eventual effective treatment of the terrible condition known as dementia.
There appears to be a connection between dementia, Alzheimer’s Disease, and Vitamin B-12, but not one that suggests a cure for dementia of the Alzheimer’s or another type. If B12 reduces memory loss and deterioration of brain volume, it is a step in the right direction for the eventual effective treatment of the terrible condition known as dementia. [More]

21. November 2014 02:55
by Marti Wormuth, MA
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The Impact of Thankfulness on Mental Health

21. November 2014 02:55 by Marti Wormuth, MA | Comments

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Happy Thanksgiving, at least, if you're in the United States that's what today is! If you're reading this right now, then you've likely stumbled upon us after a delicious meal or you're hanging out with your family and watching the football game(s). That being said, did you know that thankfulness and gratitude are actually incredibly important factors when it comes to your mental health and overall well being? Absolutely! In this blog post, I'm going to explore how thankfulness affects mental health and what you can do in order to be more thankful, not just during this time of the year, but all year long. [More]

20. November 2014 02:55
by Caleen Martin
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Life Lessons that Speak the Truth Through the Ages

20. November 2014 02:55 by Caleen Martin | Comments

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There have been teachers and visionaries from the past whose words continue to hold meaning regardless of when they were originally spoken. It's time to stop this cycle and really listen to what these teachers have to offer.
There have been teachers and visionaries from the past whose words continue to hold meaning regardless of when they were originally spoken. It's time to stop this cycle and really listen to what these teachers have to offer. [More]

19. November 2014 02:55
by Lisa La Rose, M.A., L.P.C.
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Bipolar Mania & Depression: Coping with Bipolar Disorder on the Job and in Relationships

19. November 2014 02:55 by Lisa La Rose, M.A., L.P.C. | Comments

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Bipolar Disorder impacts every aspect of a person’s life, including work and relationships, but it is a treatable illness, and recovery is possible. The right support and treatment can make all the difference. People with bipolar disorder can have fulfilling careers and healthy and happy relationships with family and friends.
Bipolar Disorder impacts every aspect of a person’s life, including work and relationships, but it is a treatable illness, and recovery is possible. The right support and treatment can make all the difference. People with bipolar disorder can have fulfilling careers and healthy and happy relationships with family and friends. [More]

18. November 2014 02:55
by Marti Wormuth, MA
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Coping with Holiday Stress

18. November 2014 02:55 by Marti Wormuth, MA | Comments

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The holidays can be an incredibly stressful time of year, and because of that, it's important for us to get a grip on what is going on and figure out how we can take care of it in an effective and safe manner. Holidays are supposed to be enjoyed, but more often than not, they cause us to feel incredibly frazzled. Why are the holidays such a stressful time of year? What can we do in order to reduce the amount of stress we are feeling and enjoy the holidays in a healthy way once again? [More]

17. November 2014 05:55
by Dr. Chloe Carmichael, PhD
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How Much Fire is OK in Therapy Sessions?

17. November 2014 05:55 by Dr. Chloe Carmichael, PhD | Comments

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How much passion should a psychologist have for clients' issues to get resolved? Therapy should be a place where you can discover different sides of yourself, and then work with your therapist to make sure that your needs get met in a way that makes space for diverse feelings. If it is a supportive and collaborative environment, therapy can be a great place to discover and make peace with different sides of yourself so that you can move forward in an integrated, self-aware manner. [More]

15. November 2014 08:55
by Dr. C. Wayne Winkle
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Vascular Dementia - New Research May Lead To Treatments

15. November 2014 08:55 by Dr. C. Wayne Winkle | Comments

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Vascular dementia is one of eleven general types of dementia. It is second only to Alzheimer’s Disease as a cause of this condition that affects the elderly in America. Scientists at the Krembil Neuroscience Centre (University Health Network, 2014) may have found one major cause of this type of dementia. And that could lead to effective treatment approaches for the condition.
Vascular dementia is one of eleven general types of dementia. It is second only to Alzheimer’s Disease as a cause of this condition that affects the elderly in America. Scientists at the Krembil Neuroscience Centre (University Health Network, 2014) may have found one major cause of this type of dementia. And that could lead to effective treatment approaches for the condition. [More]

14. November 2014 02:55
by David Porter, MA
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Journal Writing as a Therapeutic Tool

14. November 2014 02:55 by David Porter, MA | Comments

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Writing in a journal, or journaling, can serve as a valuable adjunct to psychotherapy. Keeping a journal is useful to gain and maintain perspective, to process stressors, generate ideas, and recognize functional and dysfunctional patterns in one's life. A journal can be a place for you to vent your emotions, and to take some private time every day to reflect on your life (Bodeeb, 2014). Journals can be used to record changes and milestones in life, and can also be passed on to the next generation as a part of family history. [More]
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