1. Depression In Women

    Depression is incredibly common in women, and is more prevalent in women than in men; women are twice as likely to become depressed. There are many possible reasons for this discrepancy. For example, women face unique reproductive issues, such as premenstrual problems, pregnancy, postpartum depression, and menopause. Women are also more likely to experience body image issues and spend more time re…Read More

  2. Does Your Child Need Counseling?

    It is always difficult to see your child in pain, but when the issue is mental, not physical, it can be particularly devastating. When your child scrapes their knee, you can give them a band-aid and a kiss, but when your child is suffering emotionally, it isn’t so cut and dry. It is hard to know exactly what to do when your child seems to have mental health problems, and many parents only turn t…Read More

  3. Differences Between Medications

    Psychopharmacology is a branch of medicine that deals with the impact pharmaceuticals have on brain chemistry and neuroreceptors. Certain medications can have a very positive (or negative) impact on the brain when prescribed to certain patients. While not every mental health patient utilizes psychopharmacology, it is important to understand how the different medications that are prescribed can aff…Read More