18 September 2018

At What Age Can ADHD be Diagnosed in Children?

It can be difficult enough for a grown adult to realize that he or she may be struggling with a mental health disorder. You can imagine how hard life is for children with mental disorders, who have no idea why they seem or feel different from “normal” children. That’s where parents and other caring adults...
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22 August 2018

How Does Group Therapy Work?

One of the most common myths about therapy is that it’s only for people with mental disorders, or those struggling with trauma. But really, therapy isn’t just for people who “need” it. It can benefit everyone, even perfectly happy, healthy people; the ultimate goal of therapy is to help you become a more productive, better...
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17 July 2018

The History of ADHD

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a common mental health condition that affects about 10% of the U.S. population, according to CHADD. Even with all of the advancements in science and technology over the years, ADHD can still be a tricky condition to diagnose. Thorough testing is required for determining the precise type of ADHD...
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08 June 2018

How Do Psychiatrists Treat Depression?

Depression is a mood disorder that causes prolonged feelings of sadness or disinterest. Sometimes referred to as clinical depression, the disorder can lead to a variety of emotional and physical issues. The symptoms of depression can make it difficult to complete day-to-day activities and can cause strain in personal relationships. For individuals experiencing the symptoms...
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04 June 2018

ADD vs. ADHD: What’s the Difference?

Despite being very common, there is a lot of confusion concerning the medical terminology of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Some people say ADD (attention deficit disorder) when they mean ADHD, and others say ADHD when they’re describing a type of ADHD that used to be called ADD. It can all get very confusing in...
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