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  • “Everybody Deserves a Massage Week” is an excuse for relief

    By: Rachael On: 07-17-2015 Category: Behavioral Health, Health, Mental Health, Therapy
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    Touch is an often underappreciated sensory experience. Most people identify their worlds by what they see with their eyes and what they hear with their ears. However, these same individuals bump into each other’s physical and metaphorical worlds all the time. Feeling direct contact with one’s surroundings is an irreplaceable part of how human beings…

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  • Celebrating fun with Therapeutic Recreation Week

    By: Rachael On: 07-16-2015 Category: Behavioral Health, Mental Health, Therapy
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    A serious mental disorder or substance addiction requires an equally serious strategy for recovery. However, recovering one’s body and mind includes an ample amount of rest in addition to planning and commitment to a treatment program. Various versions of therapy incorporate an element of rest or recreation into the healing process, but one specific style…

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  • Noise pollution’s effect on mental health

    By: Rachael On: 07-16-2015 Category: Mental Health, Therapy
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    Having the ability to hear various stimuli is an important aspect of life. Although a significant population of deaf and hearing-impaired individuals proves that this sense is not absolutely essential for daily living, many aspects of society involve the use of sound, from spoken language to music and other auditory cues. A history of observation…

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  • How attachment styles can influence future mental health

    By: Rachael On: 07-15-2015 Category: Behavioral Health, Mental Health, Therapy
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    Every person experiences the process of attachment during development. It begins as soon as a new life is brought into this world and is carried with an individual well into adulthood. It involves an exchange of comfort, care and bonding between the child and parent. Depending on the nature of this exchange, a growing newborn…

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  • Suicide rates in California: How improved surveillance can save people’s lives

    By: Rachael On: 07-14-2015 Category: Behavioral Health, Mental Health, Therapy
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    Although the Golden State has its fair share of sun for its residents to enjoy, there are some who still live under a stormy cloud of emotional baggage. These individuals may have lived with ongoing depression for some time or experienced an acute, traumatic event. Regardless of how the sadness invades their thoughts, emotions and…

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  • The multitude of modern mental health startups

    By: Rachael On: 07-13-2015 Category: Mental Health, Therapy
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    In a quick summation, the landscape of mental health care and treatment is adapting to the dynamic world in certain areas and lacking in others. While new ideological theories and recorded evidence are published every day, the field is not associated with a strong sense of technological advancement. A number of reasons could have contributed…

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  • How psilocybin and other psychedelics are linked to mental health benefits

    By: Rachael On: 07-09-2015 Category: Mental Health, Recovery, Therapy
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    Psychiatrist James Rucker made headlines last month when he called for a systematic amendment for how professionals and other people view certain substances. In particular, the honorary lecturer of the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience at King’s College London believes that psychedelics should be reconsidered by the government and classified as a non-dangerous substance….

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  • Inbox anxiety and other sources of workplace stress

    By: Rachael On: 07-09-2015 Category: Behavioral Health, Mental Health, Therapy
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    The Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA) survey details the main reasons for stress in the workplace in the United States. Each of the primary contributors affected people in a fairly equal manner, with a range influencing 49 to 55 percent of workers. The most common culprits of anxiety are deadlines, interpersonal relationships, staff…

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  • Comparing medieval and modern mental health practices

    By: Rachael On: 07-07-2015 Category: Mental Health, Therapy
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    Popular stories of “Robin Hood” and “King Arthur” have kept the idea of the Middle Ages alive for generations. Although fictional in nature, current programs like “Game of Thrones” even offer a more direct perspective of how medieval systems may have operated. Regardless of how the history is absorbed, early periods of civilization are marked…

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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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