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Defining Panic Disorder

Studies have shown that approximately 2%-6% of adults in the United States will be diagnosed with panic disorder in their lifetime….

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LGBTQ Holiday Family Gatherings

For many, the holidays are an exciting time to gather with family and friends that one may not see throughout the…

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Christmas and Pleasing Others

The holiday season can be the busiest time of the year. Holiday parties, gift exchanges, family gatherings, celebratory dinners, and decorations…

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The Stress of Holiday Event Planning

Table settings, invitations, planning the menu, the entertainment, and the preparation are just some of the major tasks in planning an…

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Seasonal Affective Disorder

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a subtype of depression that comes and goes with the changes in seasons. The “winter blues” typically…

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Top Reasons to Focus on Mental Health Treatment This Winter: Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)

1. Be Aware of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) and Substance Abuse. Get Treatment Now if You Need it.  For some lucky…

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Finals: Coping with Stress and Supporting Others

Pumpkin spiced lattes, colder temperatures, holiday decorations, and snow, are not only festive signs of the holiday season but also represents…

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Mental Health and Shopping

The holiday season often goes hand in hand with shopping. Shopping for gifts, shopping for holiday décor, and shopping for the…

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Coping with Family Gatherings

The holidays can be a wonderful time of the year. Visiting with friends and family, attending gatherings and celebrations, enjoying all…

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Black Friday and Anxiety

Going shopping on Black Friday can be sensory overload. People waiting in line for that “I just have to have it!”…

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