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Did you know life can be stressful at times? Of course you did. Experiencing stress, anxiety, and anger is part of the human condition. We even have built-in responses to these stressful situations that have been part of our DNA for millions of years, like the “fight or flight response”. It is often how we respond to a situation that determines how stressful it is. For instance, some become irate at even a slight reduction in speed by the driver in front of them. Others maintain a calm blanket of serenity through the most tragic of life circumstances. Here Are ...
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Marriage counseling is often thought of as a last resort before separation or divorce when in fact it has been proven to strengthen relationships at any stage. Studies show that couples therapy and marriage counseling deepen emotional connection and intimacy and leads to healthier, happier relationships. Counseling provides a safe space for each individual to speak openly and honestly with their partner and an impartial expert about complex emotional issues they have been unable to resolve on their own. Under the tutelage of a licensed therapist or counselor, couples can develop better communication and coping skills that result in more ...
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Telepsychiatry was intended to serve patients in remote areas but has evolved into a convenient and effective model for improving access to mental healthcare. Today, it is the preferred method to access care by younger generations, and quickly growing with baby boomers as they adapt to an increasingly digital landscape. This shift in consumer behavior will have a dramatic impact on quality of care and outcomes. Here are 4 ways telepsychiatry is changing the mental healthcare landscape:. 1. The Ability to Diagnose and Treat Conditions Faster Telepsychiatry provides immediate access to a mental health care professional. This will help diagnose ...
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  Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a problem-focused/action-orientated style of talk therapy that helps identify and change negative or destructive thoughts, behaviors, beliefs, and attitudes. The method improves emotional regulation and quality of life while providing a scaffolding to build effective coping strategies and healthier patterns of behavior upon. CBT helps the patient understand that thoughts, feelings, and behavior have a symbiotic relationship with each other and the outcomes in our lives. CBT teaches that the story we tell ourselves dictates how we feel, act, and react in particular situations. That story has short and long-term rewards and consequences that ...
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