Addictions

Addiction is a brain disorder characterized by compulsive engagement in rewarding stimuli, despite adverse consequences.

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Child & Adolescent

Everyone gets the blues, but if your sadness doesn't go away you may be dealing with depression or other mood disorders.

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Self Care

Self-care is any activity that we do deliberately in order to take care of our mental, emotional, and physical health.

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Bullying

Victims of bullying and cyberbullying have been known to develop low self-esteem, anxiety, withdrawal and depression.

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Personality Disorders

Individuals suffering from borderline personality disorders will experience a burst of intense emotion — often anger, sadness and anxiety — in a short period of time.

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Family & Friends

When a friend or loved one is experiencing a mood disorder, your support can ease their pain.

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Bipolar

Characterized by severe fluctuations in an individual’s mood and energy level, accompanied by periods of intense mania or hypomania.

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Workplace

Mental health in the workplace is a growing concern for those experiencing depression and for employers.

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Suicide

Don't ignore the signs of suicide. If you or someone you know is at risk, get help now.

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Depression

A common mental illness affecting millions of people globally, depression is the leading cause of disease related disability amongst adults.

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Postpartum Depression

The change and responsibility of caring for a newborn child can be overwhelming for parents. Learn more about the baby blues.

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