Stress vs. Anxiety

Stress vs Anxiety

It is common to experience stress and anxiety in our lives. 75% of people report moderate to high stress in the past month. And anxiety disorders affect millions of people every year.  You can manage stress and anxiety symptoms. But to do this, you need to distinguish the effects of stress and the effects of […]

How Anxiety Affects Relationships

How Anxiety Affects Relationships

Although it’s a problem that can make you feel very isolated, anxiety affects over 40 million US adults every year. That means you’re not alone — no matter how much you might feel that way. Anxiety is common, but that doesn’t mean it’s any easier to deal with of course. It can create a lot […]

Does Exposure Therapy Work for Anxiety?

Anxiety disorders are common among people of all genders, races, ages, and identities. Some people may not even know that they have an anxiety disorder until their symptoms reach an unmanageable point. Upon receiving a diagnosis, some individuals may reach out to professionals for anxiety treatment. It may even take multiple different treatment methods or […]

Looking for Anxiety Treatment in Sacramento?

Anxiety Treatment Sacramento

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How to Overcome Social Anxiety: 7 Helpful Tips

Social Anxiety Treatment in Orange County

Over 15 million adults in the United States experience social anxiety disorder. And of those 15 million adults, 36% of them admit to experiencing symptoms for 10 years before seeking help.  Social anxiety is one of the most common forms of anxiety, but that doesn’t mean you have to accept the symptoms and live with […]

Six Months of Continuing Support

People seeking mental health treatment find themselves facing challenges many will never fully understand.  No one dreams about one day having a mental illness and the crises (spiritual, emotional, financial, social, moral) situated with these daunting illnesses. In fact, many fail to realize that it’s a mental illness or unresolved trauma that often leads to […]

Anxiety Online: A New Approach to Mental Health

anxiety, Coping with Stress in Recovery

Can the Internet Help with Anxiety Disorders? Nearly 20% of American adults suffer from an anxiety disorder, less than half of which receive professional treatment. This is not necessarily due to a lack of treatment options, rather the barriers to treatment. Aside from cost and access, stigma and fear play a large part of the […]

Healing the Herd Through Equine Therapy

equine therapy

How Equine Therapy Increases Self-Compassion and Self-Awareness Self-compassion and self-awareness are improved through equine therapy because both horses and humans are based in the herd instinct (tribe, band, family, etc). Without the herd, isolation is fatal. The fundamental well being of each individual in the herd is vital to the wellbeing of the herd as […]

Getting a Handle on Mental Health Disorders

Mental Health Disorders

Understanding Mental Health Disorders First off, to understand mental health conditions, we need to understand the state of mental well-being in America. Surprisingly, over 50 million Americans suffer from mental health conditions each year. Additionally, youth mental health is on the decline. Furthermore, nearly half of adults with a mental health disorder also have a co-occurring […]

Postpartum Psychosis

Postpartum psychosis is a very serious mental illness that usually starts in the days or weeks after birth. You may not be able to look after yourself or your baby very well. There are many different symptoms, which include: feeling severely depressed being manic – excessively energetic and talkative quick changes of mood feeling very […]