The Truth About Male Depression

Identifying depression in men can be challenging for mental health care providers, however it can be even more difficult for the average man to know he has it. He may notice changes in his behavior, and know that he doesn't feel like himself, but he may not link these symptoms

Two Ways Excessive Technology Can Negatively Effect Your Health

Technology has proven to be an invaluable asset in the field of mental health. We have the Internet, which allows easy access to information on symptoms and disorders such as depression or obsessive-compulsive disorder.  We have EEG machines, which allow us
to use neurofeedback therapy to physically change brain waves, reducing symptomatology, and we have cell phone apps that allow us to track our moods and symptoms to better understand mood cycles and their etiology.

The Things Breaking Bad Has Taught Me

Now that Breaking Bad is over, we will all have to find something else to do on our Sunday nights. We all watched as Walt started off as an innocent high school chemistry teacher who was diagnosed with lung cancer. He decides to start manufacturing meth in hopes to leave his family money when he dies. As the show progressed we watched Walt lose his innocence as he navigates through the criminal world,

Revenge On Anxiety’s “What If’s”

Suffering from anxiety often means that you are living your life at the mercy of “what if”. Anxiety grabs hold
of your mind, and focuses in on worry. Your mind begins to ruminate about what if this happens? What if I can’t do this? What if I can’t fix this? The what if’s consume your mind, attention and focus.

What Does Your Desk Say About You?

Mom always told us to clean up after ourselves, make sure your bed was made and your room was clean. Organize your school work and keep things tidy. All our lives people try to teach us and encourage us to be neat, organized and orderly. Sometimes this message sticks and other times it doesn't. Ever wonder why?