Mental Health

May Drug Updates

2018-08-07T19:59:43+00:00

Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Alerts In the July 2012 issue of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Alerts several studies held interest for us. The first on Pharmacotherapy for Cannabis Dependence took N-acetylcysteine (NAC), which is an over the counter antioxidant dietary supplement that has glutaminergic properties, and used it in a controlled study as an add [...]

May Drug Updates2018-08-07T19:59:43+00:00

March/April Psychiatry Drug Alerts Update

2018-08-07T19:59:43+00:00

Drug Alert Update From Psychiatry Drug Alerts July 2012 Issue Periodicity we will be updating our blog with information about Psychiatric drugs we feel will be useful to our current and future patients. These updates are not medical advice and as always you should make sure to contact your health care professional with any concerns [...]

March/April Psychiatry Drug Alerts Update2018-08-07T19:59:43+00:00

Dealing with Distress- How to Talk to Children about School Shooting

2018-08-07T19:59:44+00:00

How can you explain the tragedy that took place last week at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Conn.? Parents across the country are searching for words to say to their young children. As we try to understand this unthinkable violence, it is important to inform and comfort our children. Listen and Communicate Simply Children look [...]

Dealing with Distress- How to Talk to Children about School Shooting2018-08-07T19:59:44+00:00

Tips for Enjoying the Holiday Season

2018-08-07T19:59:44+00:00

Tips for Enjoying the Holiday Season Some may call this “the most wonderful time of the year”, but we know that the holiday season can actually be some of the most stressful months of the year. The busy nature of the season can lead to depression and overwhelming stress. Take some time to prepare for [...]

Tips for Enjoying the Holiday Season2018-08-07T19:59:44+00:00

Group Therapy

2018-08-07T19:59:45+00:00

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 under the supervision of [...]

Group Therapy2018-08-07T19:59:45+00:00

American Behavioral Clinics Pharmacy Services Opening November 26, 2012!

2018-08-07T19:59:45+00:00

At American Behavioral Clinics, SC, we are continue to listen to our patients needs and provide innovative services to the Milwaukee community. That’s why we have partnered with Genoa Healthcare to provide a full service pharmacy at the American Behavioral Clinics Bluemound Clinic across from the Milwaukee County Zoo. This is a full service pharmacy that is [...]

American Behavioral Clinics Pharmacy Services Opening November 26, 2012!2018-08-07T19:59:45+00:00

The Doctor-Patient Relationship

2018-08-07T19:59:46+00:00

The 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 you can use to [...]

The Doctor-Patient Relationship2018-08-07T19:59:46+00:00

Ten Reasons to Include Family Therapy

2018-08-07T19:59:46+00:00

Ten Reasons to Include Family Therapy in the Initial Treatment of Children and Adolescents Practitioners use many different strategies to engage parents early in the treatment process because: 1. The parent/guardian has an important story to share about the child and his/her target behaviors. 2. The parent/guardian’s perspective about the child’s behavior affects the child’s [...]

Ten Reasons to Include Family Therapy2018-08-07T19:59:46+00:00