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What’s Your Anger Style?

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Notable Benefits of Intensive Outpatient Services

Here are some of the benefits of intensive outpatient services:

• It is generally less expensive than an inpatient or residential treatment program.

• Outpatient programs provide clients with more freedom.

• It enables clients to maintain other commitments to family, work, or school.

• It offers a higher level of privacy. For instance, you don’t have to explain long periods of absences to your friends, colleagues, or boss.

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Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation: Is It Right For You?

To determine whether Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation is the right treatment option for you, our therapists will conduct a thorough evaluation first. Patients who qualify for treatment are typically treated 5 times a week for 6 weeks. Please inform us if you:

• Are pregnant;

• Have any medical device or metal implants;

• Are taking any medications, including OTC medications, vitamins, and supplements;

• Have a history of physical or mental health problems;

• Have a history of past surgeries or injuries;

• Have a history of mania or seizures.

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When Should You Consider Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation?

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) helps treat Major Depressive Disorder in adult patients who’ve failed to receive satisfactory improvement from prior antidepressant medication.

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Myths and Facts About Bipolar Disorder

Here are some common myths and facts about bipolar disorder:

Myth: It’s a rare condition.
Fact: According to the National Institute of Mental Health, approximately 5.7 million American adults are diagnosed with bipolar disorder in any given year.

Myth: Mood swings always indicate bipolar disorder.
Fact: Mood swings can occur due to a number of reasons, from stress, hormonal imbalances, PMS, and some medications.

Myth: It’s difficult to treat.
Fact: There are many treatment options for bipolar disorder, from psychotherapy to medications.

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Ways to Help Someone with Depression

If you care about someone with depression, here are some ways on how you can help them:

• Educate yourself. Learn about depression, its symptoms, and treatment options.

• Encourage treatment. This can be hard to bring up, but let them know that you are just concerned and want to help.

• Practice compassionate listening. Your loved one’s depression is not something that you can easily “fix” but listening to them and being present can help.

• Take care of yourself. Caring for a loved one with depression can be overwhelming. Take care of yourself. Step back from time-to-time, assess how you are feeling, and seek help if necessary.

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Quote of the Day

“Mental pain is less dramatic than physical pain, but it is more common and also more hard to bear. The frequent attempt to conceal mental pain increases the burden: It is easier to say ‘My tooth is aching’ than to say ‘My heart is broken’.” – C.S. Lewis

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Common Patterns of Behavior of Someone with Anger Management Issues

If you are concerned that you or someone you know may have anger management issues, watch out for the following behavior patterns:

• Struggling to compromise without getting angry

• Becoming especially violent or angry after consuming alcohol

• Withdrawing from people or refusing to talk to them

• Problems with expressing emotions in a calm, healthy manner

• Outward aggression (i.e. shouting, threatening others, or being physically violent)

• Substance abuse or addiction

• Bad behavior which may be affecting relationships

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Myths About ADHD (And The Truth Behind Them)

Here are some myths about Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and the truths behind them:

Myth: ADHD is a result of bad parenting.
Fact: Children with ADHD are inattentive, hyperactive, and impulsive. People who don’t know your child may attribute their behavior to a lack of discipline.

Myth: ADHD can only be treated with medications.
Fact: While ADHD medication is often the most effective treatment, it’s not the only one. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Behavioral Therapy can be used to treat ADHD as well.

Myth: Children will eventually outgrow it.
Fact: ADHD often continues into adulthood, although some symptoms can lessen or disappear as they grow older.

What other myths have you heard about ADHD? Comment below!

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Tobacco Cessation Classes: Helping You Quit

2 out of 3 smokers say that they want to quit. Get support on your quit journey with our Tobacco Cessation Classes.

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