Here is a FREE brochure, available in multiple languages, about Living with worry and anxiety amidst global uncertainty. The guide is filled with useful information that explains what worry is and how it works, as well as ways to deal with worry & look after your well-being. At American Behavioral Clinics, we [...]
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During these uncertain times of the Corona Virus outbreak, it is easy, if not even the “new normal” to feel overwhelmed and worried for the health and safety of ourselves, our loved ones, and for the entire planet. The information from the CDC and media outlets is continuously updated, and then changes constantly and quickly. [...]
Over the last few weeks, it seems like no matter where you turn, the coronavirus is the center of the conversation. School closures, work changes, event cancellations, and less socialization can take a toll on your mental health. From anxiety about the disease to feelings of uncertainty, your mind may be going into overdrive. We [...]
On March 20th, 2020 We Celebrate the International Day of Happiness! #InternationalDayofHappiness The International Day of Happiness is a global campaign coordinated by Action for Happiness, which is a non-profit organization that operates in 180 countries around the world and is supported by partnering with like-minded organizations that wish to work together to create a [...]
While the Winter is often associated with Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), a good bit of literature on SAD neglects to mention that SAD can occur in any season, including Spring. Depression in Spring is often exacerbated by environmental factors, such as excessive pollen in the air for those who are allergic. Here's what you need [...]
GET THE DEPRESSION TREATMENT YOU DESERVE VOTED MILWAUKEE'S TOP PSYCHIATRIST! Schedule A Consultation Depression is not all in your head - There are Biological Factors such as your brain chemistry, Life experiences, such as trauma or abuse and Family History of mental health problems that may [...]
When a patient suspects he or she may have clinical depression and require treatment, a common first step is to see the family doctor. After all, mental health is a very personal subject, and most people don't want to receive depression treatment from a complete stranger! Another common issue is that patients associate the word [...]
The holidays are ideal for spending time with family and friends and are seen as a joyous time of year. However, anxiety and depression are also especially common during the holidays, since planning trips, buying gifts and hosting get-togethers can be significantly stressful. Here are some ways to keep your mental health intact as [...]
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Back to School Prep for ADHD Children The back to school season can be a hectic, stressful time for any family with children. For families with ADHD children, there is a lot more anxiety added. During the summer months, many parents choose to give children time away from medication therapy, often only maintaining behavioral health [...]