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Medicated ADHD Patients Found to Have Lower Risk of Car Crashes

Medicated ADHD Patients Found to Have Lower Risk of Car Crashes

People with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are known to be at a higher risk of car accidents than those without ADHD, but a study published today in JAMA Psychiatry suggests taking medications for the disorder may lower this risk. “From a clinical...

5 Non-medication Ways to Manage Stress

5 Non-medication Ways to Manage Stress

Stress can be a part of everyday life. We often deal with stress at home, at work, with friends, when we travel, at school, etc. and we often get worried about our past and out future. Here are 5 techniques to reduce stress with the help of your five senses. See Most...

3 Tips to Getting Back Into the School Routine

3 Tips to Getting Back Into the School Routine

Focus on Bedtime Transitioning back in to a good sleep routine can be hard after your summer break! To get back in to a good sleep pattern: set up a time to sleep and follow it! close to your bedtime, try to wind down with a good book keep the light in your room dim...

Tips on Self Care

Tips on Self Care

Do you struggle to find the time to take care of yourself? If you are in the habit of prioritizing work, chores and others over yourself you may find you are overextended and exhausted. What is ‘self care’ and how to go about it? It is quite simple- it is taking care...

Take a Walk for Your Mental Health

Take a Walk for Your Mental Health

Physical activity and exercise are good for your mental health. Vigorous physical activity can help with self-confidence, a sense of well-being and better sexual health. Symptoms of mild to moderate depression and anxiety have improved with physical activity and...

The Warning signs of SUICIDE…How to Reach-Out

The Warning signs of SUICIDE…How to Reach-Out

With the current celebrity suicide deaths and the following media coverage, it may have come to your attention that suicide is a rising public health problem. Rates of suicide have increased alarmingly, and the CDC estimates an approximately 25% increase in deaths by...

On February 27rd, our current electronic health system will transition to a new and advanced system to better serve you: Athena. Prior to the transition date, you will be sent a registration link to create a new patient account in Athena. If you have any immediate questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact your therapist, or call our office to speak to a staff member. 

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