Depression

Depression

2018-08-22T22:31:06+00:00

Living With Depression? Depression is one of the most common psychological disorders that plague our modern society. It is estimated that 1 in 7 adults will experience a depression of significant magnitude to warrant obtaining treatment. Since virtually everyone considers themselves to be depressed at one time or another, the term depression is not easily [...]

Depression2018-08-22T22:31:06+00:00

Holiday Eating Tips

2018-08-22T22:19:00+00:00

Holiday Eating Tips By Stacey Nye, PhD, FAED Thanksgiving is right around the corner and many of my clients have a similar concern: How to handle all the food usually present at large family holiday events. Hopefully these tips will help get you through with little stress and much enjoyment. Tip # 1 Eat all [...]

Holiday Eating Tips2018-08-22T22:19:00+00:00

Group Therapy

2018-08-21T22:31:02+00:00

Advantages of Group Therapy During group therapy, patients meet in a small group with others who may relate to their current condition. Depending on the size and nature of the groups, the setup of group therapy will vary. Typically, groups may have as many as 12 people or as little as 4 people. Groups meet [...]

Group Therapy2018-08-21T22:31:02+00:00

The Doctor-Patient Relationship

2018-08-22T18:49:25+00:00

Ways to Ensure a Successful Doctor-Patient Relationship A successful doctor-patient relationship starts with good communication and a partnership where both work toward the best outcome. With preparation, you can become an active partner in your health, making sure that you leave each appointment well informed and satisfied with the care received. Below are some tips [...]

The Doctor-Patient Relationship2018-08-22T18:49:25+00:00

What You Need to Know About Bipolar Disorder

2018-08-22T22:06:09+00:00

Bipolar Disorder: Signs & Symptoms Bipolar disorder is identified by mood swings. If your mood often swings back and forth from severe lows (depression) to unrealistic or unstable highs (mania), you may have bipolar disorder. These periods are called episodes. Do the Following Types of Episodes Sound Familiar Use the following examples as a guideline. [...]

What You Need to Know About Bipolar Disorder2018-08-22T22:06:09+00:00

What You Need to Know About Depression

2018-08-22T19:39:05+00:00

Depression: Signs & Symptoms Depression is a medical disorder characterized by feelings of sadness, hopelessness, pessimism, and a general loss of interest in life, combined with a sense of reduced emotional well-being.  The three most common types of depression are major depression, dysthymia, and bipolar disorder. In most instances, major depressive disorder is a recurrent, [...]

What You Need to Know About Depression2018-08-22T19:39:05+00:00

Do You Have a Safe House? By Stacey Nye, PhD

2018-08-22T21:22:35+00:00

Do You Have a Safe House? I recently presented a workshop at a local spa on healing disconnected eating. As a guest presenter my husband and I were treated to a weekend of complimentary food, exercise classes and other presentations by the spa’s staff.  He attended a workshop given by the staff nutritionist on eating [...]

Do You Have a Safe House? By Stacey Nye, PhD2018-08-22T21:22:35+00:00

Shopping Therapy By Stacey Nye, PhD

2018-08-22T21:50:28+00:00

Love to Shop? I love to shop.  I love clothes, jewelry, and makeup.  I read InStyle magazine and the Sephora cosmetics catalogue from cover to cover, pouring over every detail about the colors, fabrics, designers and cost. Style and fashion is one of my hobbies, and I love a good designer bargain, wearing bright colors, [...]

Shopping Therapy By Stacey Nye, PhD2018-08-22T21:50:28+00:00

Saving Our Daughters By Dr. Stacey Nye, PhD, FAED

2018-08-22T21:49:04+00:00

Saving Our Daughters: Eating Disorders I am often asked how to prevent eating disorders in our children, for it is quite common that weight and body image issues plague our kids, especially girls, at a younger and younger age. The ever-growing exposure to media images of thin, beautiful, perfect-looking women set a standard that most [...]

Saving Our Daughters By Dr. Stacey Nye, PhD, FAED2018-08-22T21:49:04+00:00