Anxiety and our Brain

The term ‘anxiety’ has many different meanings. For some, the phrase means the everyday concerns and worries we all think about. For others anxiety can be a crippling emotion, leaving them feeling completely overwhelmed and trapped – imprisoned by their thoughts and their body’s response to the emotion.  This distinction is important and often makes […]

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Growing up with mental illness

Understanding the challenges individuals with mental issues face can be very difficult. Many individuals suffering from depression will tell you that their closest loved ones have told them to just ‘snap out of it.’ These statements often come from a misunderstanding of mental health and the true struggles their loved one is facing. Growing up […]

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Dr. Rachel Waford interview

Our own Dr. Rachel Waford recently provided an interview to The Practice Institute on her new book, The Psychosis Response Guide. Dr. Waford along with co-author Dr. Iati spoke at length about their new book and outlined early warning signs of a possible psychotic episode along with effective interventions during such times. Continuing Education credits are available through […]

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