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Family Therapy to Support Women’s Mental Health

Mental health issues are a widespread problem in the United States. More than 50 million American adults live with a mental illness, roughly one in five people. Half of the population will experience a mental health condition within their lifetime. Recovering from a mental health condition is a journey that is different from person to…

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3 Signs You Need Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Women

People go through all sorts of experiences in life, intense joy and triumph paired with pain and disappointment. Their reaction to these experiences will depend on the mental tools they have equipped. However, these tools aren’t always well-developed or maintained, and people from all walks of life can struggle with mental health disorders. It’s not…

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Depression Treatment Program for Women

Depression is one of the most common mental health issues Americans face. Living with untreated depression can be incredibly difficult, as it makes even routine daily tasks seem like huge ordeals. This negative influence can make people struggling with depression more likely to suffer other severe mental and physical consequences. Because women are twice as…

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5 Ways to Support Women’s Health Month

May is Women’s Health Month, including National Women’s Health Week from May 8 – 14, 2022. This celebration of women’s health starts on Mother’s Day and aims to encourage women and girls to make their health a priority. Women’s Health Month is important because many caregivers are women. This calling to provide care and support…

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How to Tell Someone You Need Help

Nearly one in five American adults is suffering from a mental health disorder at any given time. Of the millions affected, almost half will never receive treatment. There is a strong link between mental health disorders and substance use disorders. Having both types of conditions simultaneously is referred to as a co-occurring disorder or a…

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Can Domestic Violence Cause Depression?

Domestic violence is a tragic and traumatic experience that leaves long-lasting scars. Though sometimes the damage of domestic violence is physical, the mental and emotional damage it leaves is just as significant. Studies have indicated that experiencing domestic violence, whether physical or psychological, significantly increases rates of depression among both women and men. People who…

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3 Tips to Overcome Valentine’s Day Depression

Valentine’s Day can be a happy day for many people, an exciting time for couples to celebrate their love and build new memories. But for many people, even those in relationships, Valentine’s Day can be a source of stress, anxiety, and even depression. The day can bring to mind past heartbreaks, loneliness, or dissatisfaction in…

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What Are the Signs of Depression?

Depression is a mental illness disorder that can seriously impair your life. It affects virtually every aspect of your being. Depression influences how you act as well as your thoughts and feelings. Its influence on these areas is predominantly negative. We must look for signs of depression within ourselves and society members. About 7.1% of…

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What to Expect from Psychotherapy

If you are struggling with a mental health disorder, you’ve probably been recommended various forms of individual therapy. From cognitive therapies to group therapies, a broad range of treatments can aid you as you recover from a mental illness. So, what is psychotherapy, you may wonder. Psychotherapy is a popular therapy module that therapists use…