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  • The Effect of Increased Isolation on Suicide Rates (10/18/2021) -   The Effect of Increased Isolation on Suicide Rates In a time of unprecedented change, fear, and isolation, it is natural that some be more at-risk for suicide. The CDC reported that early in the pandemic, mental health conditions were self-reported as considerably elevated in association with COVID-19; however, current evidence suggests that suicide rates have remained […]
  • Grounding Techniques for Dysregulated Clients (10/15/2021) -   Emotional dysregulation is a crippling component of many of our most difficult-to-treat disorders. From clients with Borderline Personality Disorder to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, the struggle to reign in emotions snowballs into serious life consequences that threaten their most prized relationships, physical health, and their lives. The anger and shame our clients experience because […]
  • The Problem With Overdiagnosis in Psychiatry (10/13/2021) - Human suffering is a widespread issue that is not fully understood by the field of psychiatry. Practitioners don’t always know all of the answers. Practitioners and clinicians may air on the side of caution, feeling that the risk of under-diagnosing a client outweighs the dangers of over-diagnosing. Most clinicians consider ethics and strive to provide the […]
  • What Is the Relationship Between Cannabis Use and Psychosis? (10/11/2021) -   The Relationship Between Cannabis Use and Psychosis Whether cannabis can cause debilitating mental disorders like schizophrenia is still unknown. Yet, there is plenty of evidence that suggests an overlap between cannabis use and schizophrenia and psychosis. In addition, it is evident that cannabis users, especially adolescents, are at greater risk for psychosis and at an […]
  • How Can Bipolar Disorder Affect Everyday Life? (10/8/2021) - The prevalence of Bipolar Disorder (BD) is approximately four percent of the population in the United States. Unfortunately, a substantial number of people are often misdiagnosed, undiagnosed, or don’t receive proper treatment. Symptom onset usually begins in adolescence or early adulthood. The disorder is characterized by periods of “mood states,” which are manic (periods of […]


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