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

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

Top Approaches to Child Counseling
13June

Top Approaches to Child Counseling

Counseling Children Not all children grow from infancy to adolescence without experiencing emotional "bumps in the road." And when these negative experiences occur, they adversely affect a child's well-being, but they are not able to move

Benefits of Animal Assisted Therapy
13June

Benefits of Animal Assisted Therapy

What are the Benefits of Animal-Assisted Therapy? Some Benefits, Just To Mention a Few Some of the benefits of Animal-Assisted Therapy include1: Reduced anxiety and depression Improved social skills Greater self-control Increased se

Equine Assisted Counseling
13June

Equine Assisted Counseling

How Horses Help in Counseling? Counselors across the country are adding Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) in droves to their repertoire of services. But why? Why horses "There is something about the outside of a horse that is good fo

Now Read About Real Super Heros
12April

Now Read About Real Super Heros

By Brad Matheson, MBA

Happy Counseling Awareness Month I am of the mindset that professional counselors are today’s superheroes. True, you may not be able to fly over tall buildings or single-handedly defeat invading aliens, but those are fantasies that

Fed Up Vermont Says Hub and Spoke is a Flawed Approach to Opioid Addiction
12April

Fed Up Vermont Says Hub and Spoke is a Flawed Approach to...

By Brad Matheson, MBA

Fed Up Vermont Says Hub and Spoke is a Flawed Approach to Opioid Addiction Editor’s note: This commentary is by Wendy Galbraith of Manchester, Geri Gilmore of Arlington, Jo Lambling of Manchester Center, and Gretchen Lima of Dorset,

Opioid Study Designed to Improve Addiction Treatment Outcomes
10April

Opioid Study Designed to Improve Addiction Treatment...

By Craig Rogers

Patient recruitment is underway for a genomics-based pilot program to study opioid abuse and addiction, a first step in extending precision medicine into clinical practice for addictions, says CRO Genemarkers. The study is designed to dete