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Depression and Family Support

Depression and Family Support

The World Health Organization estimates that approximately 300 million people around the world suffer from depression at any given time. Researchers believe that up to 15 percent of the adult population will experience depression during their lifetime. In the United...
Depression and its Symptoms

Depression and its Symptoms

Many people are under the misconception that depression is feeling down in the dumps and that sufferers can just pull themselves out of the rut. In reality, depression is a serious mental health disorder that can be completely debilitating to those affected by the...
Eating Problems and Teenagers

Eating Problems and Teenagers

  Eating Disorders Research reveals that thousands of teenagers have eating disorders that can affect their mental or physical well-being. Some teenagers develop an eating disorder as a way to cope with stress while others are trying to meet the expectations of their...

Trauma-Related Disorders

What are Trauma Disorders? Trauma disorders are mental disorders that are related to a traumatic experience or very stressful event. It occurs in those people who develop a mental health condition and can trace there trauma disorder directly to a situation as a cause....
Back-to-School Blues

Back-to-School Blues

It’s that time of year again! Shopping lists for school supplies, purchasing new clothes, registration days and back to school nights are occupying a lot of families’ time these days. And we all are enjoying the cute pictures of the first day of school on social...

Computer Use in Teenagers and Their Emotional Health

How Much is Too Much? In the United States, the average time youth spend playing video games varies between 8-14 hours per week.  Most guidelines recommend a total daily screen time (which includes watching TV, cellphone, and computer use or gaming combined) of two...