Make the Most of Telehealth

Telehealth is changing the way healthcare is delivered. Whether you’re limiting public areas or just want to save travel time, virtual therapy or psychiatry appointments are a convenient option. With HIPAA secure Telehealth, you get the same quality face-to-face service via your phone, tablet or computer. Here’s what you can do to make the most of your Telehealth session: Before your Telehealth appointment Make…

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Talking to your Children about Coronavirus

There’s no doubt COVID-19 is a serious health concern. With 24/7 news coverage, shut downs, and social distancing recommendations, it’s difficult not to fall into a trap of paranoia while taking precautions to stay healthy. Even more daunting is how to remain calm and alert while helping children manage their fears about coronavirus. Below are some tips on how to approach the COVID-19 topic…

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Culture Doesn’t Teach Grit Anymore

I don't know about you, but I'm frustrated. The more I look around, the more I see young people not being able to tolerate struggle and adults who believe its their duty to remove struggle from the lives of young people. It's ridiculous. Let's start with young people (ages 14-22). They are growing up in an informational age; that's not their fault. Their life…

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Three Distinct Differences Between Psychiatrists and Psychologists

When looking for the right mental health provider, you may find yourself wondering whether to see a psychiatrist or a psychologist. Often times, the terms psychiatrist and psychologist are used interchangeably. Though they have overlapping responsibilities, there are three district differences between psychiatrists and psychologists. Understanding these key distinctions will help you make the best decision for your situation. Education and Training While both…

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