How Integrative Therapy Can Help Reduce Negative and Self-Harming Thoughts | Guest Post by Tess DiNapoli

Self-harm is a kind of behavior that can express itself in different ways and for different reasons. For some, it manifests in injuring one’s own skin. For others, it could mean overeating or undereating, or otherwise intentionally placing yourself in harm’s way. Understanding why people self-harm could help you or someone close to you find […]

Stubborn Depression: Why So Many People Are Looking To Alternatives for Antidepressants | Guest Post by Amelia Sharp

People in the United States are suffering more than ever with mental health disorders, perhaps the most prevalent of these diseases being depression. Whether you want to call it nerves, a nervous breakdown or a case of the blues, stubborn depression is unfortunately common and painful to kick.  Although antidepressants, like Selective-Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRIs) […]

How Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Helps Overcome Drug Addiction** | Guest Post by Cyron Nikko Alocillo

Individual therapy sessions are a crucial component of any effective substance abuse treatment program. Of all the therapy options used in treatment, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is one of the most widely adopted. CBT helps people identify the negative patterns of thinking that keep them stuck in addictive behavior. CBT offers a valuable tool for […]

TMS (Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation) Healed Me When No Other Treatments Worked* | Guest Post by Amelia Sharp

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TMS was approved by the FDA for the treatment of Major Depressive Disorder in 2008, yet it is still a relatively unknown and underutilized technology. Its success rate is phenomenal and it has almost zero risk or side effects. Historically, antidepressants and psychotherapy have been the ‘go-to’ interventions for treating depression, which affects approximately 15-20% […]