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Addiction and mental illness: a circular relationship where one often feeds the other.
As we continue to learn more about COVID, a recent study is shedding light on the mental health and addiction challenges that can arise in patients recovering from the illness.
Although it has become trendy to say, “I’m OCD” when describing yourself as being organized or precise, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a serious mental health disorder.
Zach talks about his struggles with anxiety, the stigma of having an eating disorder and how the power of failure has helped him rise above.
Learn to recognize and differentiate safety concerns from ASD symptoms in those with anxiety or depression
Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) is a mental health disorder in which people struggle with obsessions and compulsions. Kathryn says the treatment and support she received at Rogers for OCD and anxiety changed her life.
People with autism spectrum disorder are disproportionately affected by co-occurring mental health concerns, including anxiety, depression, and OCD. For Autism Awareness Month, Julia McAndrews, lead therapist in Skokie’s Anxiety and Depression Recovery in ASD program, explores ways we can empower children with ASD and celebrate their gifts of neurodiversity.
Adrienne discusses her path to Rogers’ Herrington Center for Addiction Recovery in Oconomowoc and how she’s been able to put her sobriety first and reach her 7-year sobriety milestone.
Learn about the most common dilemmas that arise when treating patients with co-occurring GAD and MDD.
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