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    October 17, 2020

    How to Help Your Child Resume School After a Mental Health Crisis

    Imagine your scariest first day of school. Now imagine it’s your first day returning to school after a hospitalization or an extended absence due to a mental health condition.

    Catching up academically is a big concern. Fitting in is another—how do you pick up where you left off with classmates and teachers?

    Continue Reading...
    July 31, 2020

    Dr. Phil Discusses How Genomind Can Help Mental Health Treatment

    Depression, anxiety, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and other mental health conditions can be a challenge for both patients and their families. When medication doesn’t seem to work, it can make daily life more daunting. 

    Continue Reading...
    June 16, 2020

    Postpartum Depression in Men: You Don’t Have to Suffer in Silence

    The arrival of a new baby is a time of joy and celebration, but also profound change. Unfortunately, not all those changes are positive.

    Continue Reading...
    June 11, 2020

    5 Ways to Cope with Suicidal Ideation: Tim’s Story

    Since he was a teenager, Tim O’Brien has wrestled with depression and thoughts of suicide, or what experts call “suicidal ideation.” He went to therapy a couple of times in high school, but it didn’t stick. He carried on, keeping his struggles to himself. And for years—from his view—he was managing just fine.

    But in 2018, the Brooklyn filmmaker, then in his late 20s, experienced a “series of personal setbacks,” as he calls it. For someone with long-term but untreated depression, the additional stress was too much.

    Continue Reading...
    May 15, 2020

    3 Steps to Cope with Chronic or Recurrent Depression

    If you’ve had a major depressive episode, you know what it’s like to lose interest in daily life for more than a couple of weeks. During that time, you may have also had changes in your eating habits, sleeping patterns, or energy levels.

    Continue Reading...
    December 3, 2019

    Is It OK to Tell My Boss About My Mental Health Issues?

    Ever come down with the flu, or break a bone on a ski trip? Chances are, you can count on your boss and your coworkers to rally around with sympathetic emails, flowers, or a pot of chicken soup.  What’s more: Your boss wants to help you get better quickly—and get back to the office.

    Continue Reading...
    November 13, 2019

    3 Signs of Depression in Men

    Maybe you’re wondering why the nice guy in your life has been acting different lately—like a jerk. Maybe he seems irritated and crabby, or he’s having some uncharacteristic outbursts of anger, or he’s drinking way more than usual.

    Continue Reading...
    November 8, 2019

    Genetic Testing Guides a Veteran's Depression Recovery

    A soldier carried the weight of his sacrifice—and the scars from childhood trauma.

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    October 24, 2019

    Why Sleep Is Important for Your Mental Health

    It sounds like the beginning of a corny joke: Sleep, a circadian rhythm, and a mood disorder enter a brain …

    Continue Reading...
    September 17, 2019

    How Genetic Testing Is Improving Treatment for Depression

    For those struggling with major depressive disorder (MDD), antidepressants can often be a solid first-line treatment. They help to increase the availability of certain chemicals in the brain, such as serotonin, that control mood and stress.

    Continue Reading...
    October 17, 2020

    How to Help Your Child Resume School After a Mental Health Crisis

    Imagine your scariest first day of school. Now imagine it’s your first day returning to school after a hospitalization or an extended absence due to a mental health condition.

    Catching up academically is a big concern. Fitting in is another—how do you pick up where you left off with classmates and teachers?

    Continue Reading...
    July 31, 2020

    Dr. Phil Discusses How Genomind Can Help Mental Health Treatment

    Depression, anxiety, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and other mental health conditions can be a challenge for both patients and their families. When medication doesn’t seem to work, it can make daily life more daunting. 

    Continue Reading...
    June 16, 2020

    Postpartum Depression in Men: You Don’t Have to Suffer in Silence

    The arrival of a new baby is a time of joy and celebration, but also profound change. Unfortunately, not all those changes are positive.

    Continue Reading...
    June 11, 2020

    5 Ways to Cope with Suicidal Ideation: Tim’s Story

    Since he was a teenager, Tim O’Brien has wrestled with depression and thoughts of suicide, or what experts call “suicidal ideation.” He went to therapy a couple of times in high school, but it didn’t stick. He carried on, keeping his struggles to himself. And for years—from his view—he was managing just fine.

    But in 2018, the Brooklyn filmmaker, then in his late 20s, experienced a “series of personal setbacks,” as he calls it. For someone with long-term but untreated depression, the additional stress was too much.

    Continue Reading...
    May 15, 2020

    3 Steps to Cope with Chronic or Recurrent Depression

    If you’ve had a major depressive episode, you know what it’s like to lose interest in daily life for more than a couple of weeks. During that time, you may have also had changes in your eating habits, sleeping patterns, or energy levels.

    Continue Reading...
    December 3, 2019

    Is It OK to Tell My Boss About My Mental Health Issues?

    Ever come down with the flu, or break a bone on a ski trip? Chances are, you can count on your boss and your coworkers to rally around with sympathetic emails, flowers, or a pot of chicken soup.  What’s more: Your boss wants to help you get better quickly—and get back to the office.

    Continue Reading...
    November 13, 2019

    3 Signs of Depression in Men

    Maybe you’re wondering why the nice guy in your life has been acting different lately—like a jerk. Maybe he seems irritated and crabby, or he’s having some uncharacteristic outbursts of anger, or he’s drinking way more than usual.

    Continue Reading...
    November 8, 2019

    Genetic Testing Guides a Veteran's Depression Recovery

    A soldier carried the weight of his sacrifice—and the scars from childhood trauma.

    Continue Reading...
    October 24, 2019

    Why Sleep Is Important for Your Mental Health

    It sounds like the beginning of a corny joke: Sleep, a circadian rhythm, and a mood disorder enter a brain …

    Continue Reading...
    September 17, 2019

    How Genetic Testing Is Improving Treatment for Depression

    For those struggling with major depressive disorder (MDD), antidepressants can often be a solid first-line treatment. They help to increase the availability of certain chemicals in the brain, such as serotonin, that control mood and stress.

    Continue Reading...

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