Behavioral Health Blog

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Quotes to Inspire Your Depression Recovery

Treatment for depression demands strength and courage you never knew you had. Sometimes that strength comes from the larger community, your mental health care providers, your friends, or your family. Often, it comes from within. But sometimes the inspiration to keep going comes from knowing that others have been there and come out the other side to tell the tale. Below are some quotes…

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Know Someone with ADHD? Here’s What They Wish You Knew

Know Someone with ADHD? Here’s What They Wish You Knew Based on the numbers of people with the disorder, you likely know someone who lives with Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). This disorder is commonly thought of as a childhood condition, but it affects people of all ages. Nearly 10 percent of kids in the United States live with ADHD. Furthermore, approximately 4.4 percent of…

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Telehealth and Psychiatry are a Natural Match

Telehealth and Psychiatry are a Natural Match In the years before the novel coronavirus pandemic, the vast majority of practicing psychiatrists in the country had never conducted a telehealth appointment. As COVID-19 took hold in the United States and shutdowns became necessary, in-person psychiatry was no longer an option. However, people needed mental health care as much or more than ever. At this critical…

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What Everyone Should Know About Agoraphobia After Quarantine

What Everyone Should Know About Agoraphobia After Quarantine Before the COVID-19 pandemic, many people with agoraphobia felt safer at home. When the virus hit the United States, the term “safer at home” became part of the mainstream lexicon. For people with agoraphobia, quarantine measures have been difficult and perhaps confusing. As governments start to lift these restrictions, it’s possible that more people will develop…

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