Returning to Work After Quarantine

Returning to Work After Quarantine

While many Americans are still out of work, some businesses have begun reopening, ending our pandemic staycations. Some people have been able to enjoy self-quarantine while others have started to lose their sanity over it. And, working from home has also received...
Unemployment and Mental Health: Job Search Depression

Unemployment and Mental Health: Job Search Depression

Over the course of the past month, more than 17 million Americans have filed for unemployment. The U.S. Federal Reserve revealed it would be issuing roughly $2 trillion in loans to both businesses and citizens, but many have already been laid off their jobs. Such...
Staying CaredFor as an D’Amore Alumni

Staying CaredFor as an D’Amore Alumni

Staying connected and encouraged on your road to recovery keeps you moving in the right direction. There are going to be times where patients and their loved ones feel alone. Having a supportive community can give you that extra encouragement, inspiration, and...
The Link Between Social Isolation and Depression

The Link Between Social Isolation and Depression

Being occasionally lonely is a regular part of all of our lives, and it’s never easy to deal with. No matter how many friends we have or how much money we have, we’re all susceptible to being lonely. Even when surrounded by close friends or family, we may find...
Our Steadfast Care Despite Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Our Steadfast Care Despite Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Our Steadfast Care for Mental Illness and Addiction Despite Coronavirus (COVID-19)    During this time of uncertainty, we are continuing our commitment to care for patients. D’Amore Healthcare is devoted to creating an environment that cultivates healing....
How Emotional Abuse and Mental Illness are Related

How Emotional Abuse and Mental Illness are Related

The term “mental illness” has historically adopted negative connotations from society for years. Until recently, mental illnesses were neglected by medicine and deeply misunderstood. Finally, research is shedding more light on why mental diseases occur and...
Introducing Kevin Saysana: Admissions Specialist

Introducing Kevin Saysana: Admissions Specialist

Spotlight on Our Admissions Specialist: We asked Kevin a few questions to get to know him better.  We also asked him about the way he does his job.  In doing so, we got some insight into why D’Amore Healthcare’s Golden Hour is so important to our personal...
Anger Management: Five Ways to Tame Your Rage

Anger Management: Five Ways to Tame Your Rage

Anger is a normal emotion. It triggers a feeling in your brain when the situation is unjust, upsetting, or threatening. We have a misconception that anger is bad. It’s perfectly normal to feel angry when you are wronged or mistreated. But it becomes a problem when...
Despair is the Question, Community is the Answer

Despair is the Question, Community is the Answer

“One of the most important things you can do on this earth is to let people know they are not alone,” said Shannon Adler.  The depths of despair that lead someone to consider ending their own life cannot be described in words but those who have felt it recognize it...
Genetic Testing for Mental Health Disorders

Genetic Testing for Mental Health Disorders

The causes of mental illness vary, but recent advances surrounding genetic testing for mental health are transforming both diagnosis and treatment options. Most mental illnesses are treated with a combination of therapies and medication. But not every patient responds...
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