Anxiety disorders are the most prevalent mental health disorder in the United States, affecting as many as 40 million Americans every year. Though they can undeniably be difficult to deal with, anxiety disorders are actually highly treatable. If you are struggling to manage your mental health, it’s important to seek…
Every family experiences challenges and conflicts from time to time. However, if your family is fighting more often than not, that’s a sign you should seek professional help. If you’re even considering family counseling, that in and of itself means it’s probably something you and your family members can benefit…
If you think your child is gifted, you may or may not have already looked into assessment options. But before moving forward with a gifted child assessment, there are a number of things you’ll want to consider. Doing so will help avoid common pitfalls and ensure you’re educated about the…
Every romantic relationship experiences some level of conflict. For some, fights revolve around money. For others, a lack of communication can lead to never-ending arguments. Whether you’ve been with your partner for a month or a decade, all couples at some point can benefit from counseling. Therapy can provide a…
Depression is one of the most common mental health disorders in the United States, affecting nearly 17.3 Americans according to data from the National Survey on Drug Use & Health. That's approximately 7.1% of adults in the country at any given time. It's also estimated that as many as 15%…
Forensic psychology is a specialized field within the psychology profession and psychologists trained in forensics play a key role in the betterment of society at large. This discipline leverages psychological theory to any situation where mental health interacts with the functioning of our legal system. Most forensic psychologists will work…
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