• What Is Psychiatric Medication Management?

    What Is Psychiatric Medication Management?

    Psychiatric medication management, commonly referred to as psychopharmacology, helps people take a comprehensive and personalized approach to identify the right medications to address their mental health symptoms. Psychopharmacology involves working with a psychiatrist who understands the complexities associated with mental

    October 11, 2019
  • Neurofeedback: How Optimizing Your Brain Can Help Treat Depression and Anxiety

    Neurofeedback: How Optimizing Your Brain Can Help Treat Depression and Anxiety

    Neurofeedback, also referred to as electroencephalography (EEG) biofeedback, is a type of brainwave training used to teach the brain how to operate at its fullest capacity. Neurofeedback is sometimes mistaken as biofeedback; however, it is crucial to note the differences

    August 29, 2019
  • What Causes Panic Attacks and How to Manage Them

    What Causes Panic Attacks and How to Manage Them

    A panic attack refers to a sudden period of intense fear. Panic attacks usually reach their peak within minutes of onset, and common panic attack symptoms include: Sweating Shaking Chest pain Nausea Fear of losing control and/or dying Palpitations Shortness

    August 20, 2019
  • Types of Psychotherapy and How They Help Manage Depression

    Types of Psychotherapy and How They Help Manage Depression

    Psychotherapy, also referred to as “talk therapy,” often helps people cope with grief, sadness, and various complex emotions. It may be completed on its own or in conjunction with medications or other therapies. Additionally, psychotherapy may be used to treat

    August 9, 2019