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Help spread awareness for Mental Health Month 2018
May is Mental Health Month! Learn more about the designated month and what can be done to help accomplish its goals of reducing the stigma around mental illness.
How effective is TMS for treating depression?
Transcranial magnetic stimulation may be effective where traditional treatment routes have failed to offer relief from depression. Learn more about how it works, how one qualifies for treatment, and what the future of TMS looks like.
Celebrating sobriety: Kate’s story
When a causal relationship with alcohol collided with the complications of postpartum depression, Kate fell into a downward spiral. Hear how the right mix of family, hope—and treatment—brought her back.
How parents can support kids' mental health recovery with Parent University
As a parent, seeing your child struggling with the expected challenges of childhood and adolescence is hard. Learn about Parent University, an educational program that's offered to parents of children in treatment at Rogers.
5 ways to keep kids mentally healthy during summer break
Summer school, summer camp, summer tutors. We take great lengths to ensure kids maintain academic gains over summer break. But are we doing the same to maintain their mental health?
Re-engaging in what you used to enjoy can ease depression
Depression can cause us to isolate and avoid activities that were once enjoyable. Behavioral activation helps people engage in life and undo the damage that depression causes.
PTSD: Top 5 signs of PTSD you need to know
First responders, veterans, children of abusive homes—when it comes to those it affects, PTSD knows no boundaries. Learn the signs to know when the after effects of trauma have crossed the line into full blown posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Stigma keeps males with eating disorders from seeking help
Males make up a significant portion of those with eating disorders, but due to stigma and others not recognizing the signs, it can be more difficult for a male to seek treatment.