Non-Traditional Therapy Options For Troubled Teens

According to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), 1 in 5 teens will experience some form of depression "before reaching adulthood." As a parent, providing your teen with access to the appropriate mental health services can be your best option for helping them cope with their depression. In particular, counseling services for teens that provide mental health care in a nurturing and immersive environment can help them receive the care they need without any stigmas they might associate with traditional forms of mental health care. Read More 

Learn How An Executive Coach Can Help Your Managers Know Everything They Need To Know In Order To Manage Your Business Well

As your business grows, you may need to assign people to help you manage your employees. It is important to make sure that the managers know how to handle many different situations in a positive way. A great way to ensure that things are handled properly is to have the managers go through an executive coaching class to learn everything they need to know. The following guide walks you through a few things the managers will learn during the coaching lessons. Read More 

Using Occupational Therapy To Manage Over And Under-Sensitivity In Children

Some children may struggle with behavioral issues or with over-stimulation or under-stimulation. These problems may help your child carry out other everyday tasks because they will become distracted. These problems may be the result of a physical injury or a birth defect. There are several ways that occupational therapy can be used to treat these problems. Signs That Your Child Needs Occupational Therapy There are many warning signs that your child might need occupational therapy. Read More 

What You Need To Know About EMDR Therapy And Trauma

EMDR therapy is a type of therapy that uses controlled eye movements to reduce the impact of traumatic experiences on the patient. Without therapy, traumatic experiences can feel like they dominate your life. However, pursuing desensitization to your experiences through therapy can help reduce the impact of the trauma and allows you to reclaim your life. What To Expect During A Session When your sessions begin you'll have a few introductory sessions where you spend time getting to know your counselor and go over your traumatic experiences. Read More 

On The Brink Of A Breakdown: 5 Major Benefits Of Checking Into A Mental Health Hospital For Anxiety And Depression

There's mild depression and there's anxiety that makes you feel butterflies at a job interview or on a first-date, and then there's the depression and anxiety that hang over you like a dark cloud, just waiting to rain down overwhelming sadness and a total inability to cope. If you feel like you're health and happiness are hanging in the balance, you may very well need more intense, focused help than what you're getting now. Read More