Abuse: 5 Tips If Someone You Know Is Being Abused

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An abused person needs your support Someone who is being abused may not ask for it directly, but if you express your concern, it may help them to break the silence and seek assistance.  The victim of abuse may be experiencing shame, isolation, embarrassment and denial of the severity of their situation. Many victims say … Read more

10 Key Questions For Your Psychiatrist or Therapist

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By Candida Fink, Joe Kraynak To be a savvy consumer in the world of psychiatrists and therapists, you have to assess your caregiver’s credentials and qualifications, make informed treatment choices for your bipolar disorder, determine how you can tell if treatment is working, and know what to do if you begin feeling worse. This article … Read more

Children of Mothers with Depression

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Children of Mothers with Depression More Likely to Develop Depression Themselves Experts say more programs are needed to help mothers with prenatal and postnatal depression. Researchers say children of mothers who experience depression are more likely to develop depression as they get older. The results from their study indicate that more programs are needed to … Read more

5 Smart Ways to Get the Most Out of Teletherapy

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5 Smart Ways to Get the Most Out of Teletherapy What to keep in mind as you transition to video-based teletherapy sessions As more therapists and clients transition from in-office appointments to teletherapy, or psychotherapy through video, it’s important to remember that there’s more to the change than a new venue and technology. As a … Read more