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Category: Mood & Personality Disorders

The Importance of Trauma-informed Care in Today’s Treatment

Last month, Oprah Winfrey addressed the issue of trauma in our country on a 60 Minutes segment.  The report received a great deal of attention, as it should. She introduced the idea of trauma-informed care and called it “a revolutionary approach spreading across the country.” However, this approach to treatment is not necessarily new to the National … Read More

Anxiety: A Growing Problem in Today’s Youth

A recent article in the New York Times addressed the dramatic rise of anxiety in today’s youth.  In the past ten years, anxiety has replaced depression and is now the number one reason why college students seek counseling. But, the reality is, life-altering anxiety starts years before entrance into college. Across the country, high school administrators and … Read More

Professional Athletes Speak Out About Mental Illness

  Mental illness is extremely prevalent throughout our country. According to estimates by the National Institute of Mental Health, approximately 44 million Americans experienced some form of mental illness in 2015, which is the most recent year for available numbers. That’s nearly one in five people aged 18 or over. And yet, by and large, … Read More