Young girl dealing with the signs of bipolar disorder

Signs of Bipolar Disorder

Mental health issues impact millions of adults and adolescents each year. While mental health disorders are chronic and incurable, they are highly treatable. The earlier you receive help for a mental health disorder, the better. When signs of bipolar disorder are addressed early, you can learn to manage the condition at a teen mental health…

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Woman struggling with addiction like others in the heroin epidemic

Heroin Epidemic

Adolescence is a difficult time, even without a heroin epidemic. Complex changes related to developing and maturing lead to awkward emotions, self-esteem problems, and anxiety. Peer pressure and socializing can create stress, as can balancing academics, personal development, and hobbies. Since the human brain’s decision-making centers are constantly evolving until your late 20s, teenagers are…

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Woman displaying some signs of OCD

Signs of OCD

Mental illness and substance abuse problems impact more than 20% of Americans annually. Psychological health problems, such as the signs of OCD, can become challenging to identify and diagnose in young adults and adolescents because the brain continues to develop until your late 20s. Adolescence is also a time when teenagers are developing their sense…

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Young boy learning about CBT techniques

CBT Techniques for Addiction

Psychotherapists first began using Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) techniques more than 50 years ago. Initially, these techniques were effective in the treatment of diverse mental health conditions such as anxiety, phobias, personality disorders, and schizophrenia. It was only within the last ten years that CBT techniques became a popular treatment tool for the addiction treatment…

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