In addition to the stress you might feel about your pregnancy and its impact on your life, you might feel uncertainty and fear toward how the new coronavirus could affect your baby’s health and whether you’ll have a healthy pregnancy. For pregnant people, mental health services and professional support services are available to help manage pregnancy stressors during COVID-19.

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The new realities of working from home, home-schooling, unemployment, and lack of physical contact with loved ones can take a significant toll on mental health.

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Online therapy sessions are similar to in-person therapy sessions with one major exception. Instead of meeting in a therapist’s office, patients and therapists interact via live video connection.

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Today, the condition formerly known as ADD is a type of ADHD, and ADD has become an outdated term that is no longer recognized by the medical community or the American Psychiatric Association (APA).

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Today, the popularity and pervasiveness of social networking sites have made “slender media images” difficult to escape, and the pressures on people to look a certain way seems to have increased.

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Studies confirm that social media is affecting the mental health of adolescents and adults — with both positive and negative results.

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CBT has grown to become a preferred form of talk therapy treatment for many of today’s mental health practitioners, and for a good reason — it is quite useful.

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Most of us have never experienced a health epidemic like COVID-19 here in the United States, so of course, we don’t know what to expect or how to react. During any epidemic or disruptive event, it’s essential to take steps to maintain good mental health and overall wellbeing.

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No matter how amicable your breakup, divorce can be one of the most challenging and stressful experiences you’ll ever endure. Like any significant life event, divorce disrupts virtually all aspects of your life.

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Do I Have Social Anxiety Disorder?

For individuals with social anxiety, the social fears of rejection, judgment, or doing something embarrassing or wrong is so extreme that it feels like mortal danger and the stuff of nightmares. For people with social anxiety disorder, fear can be a response to almost any kind of social setting or instance.

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