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  • Biomedical vs. biopsychosocial models

    By: Rachael On: 07-06-2015 Category: Mental Health, Therapy
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    When a person visits a mental health professional to receive a diagnosis for his or her symptoms, the clinician identifies which specific condition or multiple conditions affect the client. However, a fact that goes unnoticed during this procedure is that, depending on who examines the body and brain, the clinician will make a diagnosis influenced…

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  • The link between depression and watching TV

    By: Rachael On: 07-06-2015 Category: Mental Health, Therapy
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    With so much media flooding our daily lives, a fair amount of research has been devoted to observing and analyzing how certain media-consuming behaviors lead to various health issues. Aside from physiological weight gain and other negative impacts of inactivity, too much entertainment can also cause mental disruptions. Overall, media consumption on the global scale…

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  • How to choose the right kind of therapy

    By: Rachael On: 07-02-2015 Category: Mental Health, Therapy
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    Perhaps you have suffered from a mental disorder for too long. Maybe the accumulated and interconnected symptoms associated with your illness have not only strained your life, but the lives of loved ones as well. You are ready to give therapy a try and communicate your inner struggle to another person. But now one final…

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  • Immigration and illness: The cultural barriers that block mental health treatment

    By: Rachael On: 07-02-2015 Category: Mental Health, Therapy
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    The United States is often compared to a melting pot where inhabitants of many other countries aim to call America home. Each new entry into America contributes something unique to this conjoined collective of diversity, just as each state sets a special scene for communities to thrive in. California is no exception of this trend;…

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  • The psychological strain of traveling by car

    By: Rachael On: 07-01-2015 Category: Mental Health, Therapy
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    Whether a person lives in a massive metropolis like Los Angeles or within the secluded area of the San Joaquin Valley, one fact is clear about Californians: they drive a lot. With such a large state, most destinations are spread out and require a longer driving distance. In fact, the average California driver travels 13,636…

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  • Surviving social gatherings with social anxiety disorder

    By: Rachael On: 07-01-2015 Category: Behavioral Health, Mental Health, Therapy
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    For those with social anxiety disorder, navigating through the world is a constant struggle while trying to avoid contact and conversation. Social settings and situations are crippling to these individuals, as massive fears of being viewed in a negative light are simply too much to handle. A misconstrued fact concerning most cases of social anxiety…

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  • The mood benefits of sun exposure

    By: Rachael On: 06-30-2015 Category: Mental Health, Therapy
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    The sunny setting of Southern California forms an ideal backdrop for soaking up rays, surfing and other ways of having fun. From as far back as the Beach Boys, the “SoCal” locale has become the home for enjoyable activities and leisure. While a lot of factors contribute to this regional trend, such as a close…

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  • Assessing mental trauma in the case of an HIV diagnosis

    By: Rachael On: 06-30-2015 Category: Mental Health, Therapy, Treatment Center Staff
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    HIV, or human immunodeficiency virus, is defined as a sexually transmitted infection. While sexual relations are its primary form of transmission, it can also be spread by blood or between generations during pregnancy, childbirth or breast-feeding. By weakening the immune system and the body’s capacity to fight off disease, a person will undergo an increasing…

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  • Foster care children’s state of mental health

    By: Rachael On: 06-29-2015 Category: Behavioral Health, Mental Health, Therapy
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    Ensuring the healthy development of a growing child is a process that requires many contributing factors. One of these important aspects is a child’s parents and the quality of care they provide. Especially during the critical years of childhood, particular disruptions to an offspring’s life can have significant effects on his or her future. For…

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  • Exploring the Internet connection: How overuse is linked to dual diagnosis

    By: Rachael On: 06-26-2015 Category: Addiction Abuse, Addiction Treatment, Mental Health, Therapy, Treatment Center Staff
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    The Internet is a significant technological development that was introduced into society only a short time ago. Although it came from humble beginnings in governmental and academic networks, its digital connections have influenced the lives of billions. The World Wide Web is now an irreplaceable resource for instant information and cross-cultural communication. However, while people…

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