How to Recognize Mental Illness in Your Child
13March

How to Recognize Mental Illness in Your Child

By Eric Yunker

New research proves teens are having much more difficulty with navigating complex emotions due to an unprecedented rise in childhood mental illness. What’s worse, research from last year discovered that a record-setting seven percent

Nearly Half of The Millions of Mentally Ill US Teens go Untreated
22February

Nearly Half of The Millions of Mentally Ill US Teens go...

By Cristo Rogers

Nearly 1 in 7 US kids and teens has a mental health condition, half of which go untreated, study says For those who remain unaware of the US’s growing epidemic issues regarding mental health, hopefully, this article will serve as a w

Potentially Groundbreaking Depression Medication Soon to be Approved
22February

Potentially Groundbreaking Depression Medication Soon to...

By Cristo Rogers

The Holy Grail of Psychiatric Medicine May Finally Be Here As Michael A. Ellis hypothetically phrases it in his Psychology Today Article, “the Holy Grail of Psychiatry” would be to develop a depression medication that works in

New Study Finds Screen Time Can Delay Crucial Development in Young Children
20February

New Study Finds Screen Time Can Delay Crucial Development...

By Cristo Rogers

Rare Study Finds That Detrimental Effects of Screen Time is Not Limited to Older Children As parents could have probably already have surmised from their own, personal experience, too much screen time on any device can have a detrimental e

100 Questions to Ask Your Teen Other Than How Was School
02August

100 Questions to Ask Your Teen Other Than How Was School

By Gretchen Bartlett

Try Asking The Questions That Really Matter and Actually Have a Meaning Conversation Struggling to come up with things to ask your adolescent child in those few precious moments you have together? Here are some suggestions. As children en

Animal-Assisted Therapy
02August

Animal-Assisted Therapy

By Jeff Rogers

The Man Who Listens to Horses Talks to Us by Jeff Rogers What can we learn from a horse? Plenty, says internationally renown "Horse Whisperer," Monty Roberts. All we have to do is listen. "The horses are talking...just listen."

Alcohol Use Disorder
29May

Alcohol Use Disorder

By Jeff Rogers

Alcohol Use Disorder Champ When Dennis finished reading my short story, he looked up at me with welling tears in his eyes, and in an outpouring of naked thanks asked me: “This is about me, isn’t it? How’d you know?&r