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Live Q&A: Rogers experts discuss the signs, symptoms, and treatment for trauma and PTSD
Rogers Behavioral Health's Dr. Chad Wetterneck and Jennifer Parra Nelson, Clinical Services Supervisor, discussed trauma, how it connects to post traumatic stress disorder, PTSD symptoms, and treatment for the disorder during a Facebook Live event in honor of PTSD Awareness Month.
Breaking Down Stigma | Kendra's Story
Kendra shared her story, and realized people wanted to talk about their own mental health struggles.
Pros and cons of sleep medication to support physical and mental health
Adults need seven or more hours of sleep each night, yet statistics show 50 to 70 million people in the US have insomnia or other sleep disorder. Dr. Lowden examines important considerations for sleep medications.
Rogers offers multiple levels of mental health and addiction care
When a person experiences a mental health or addiction crisis, it can be difficult to know what level of care is needed. Rogers is the leader in evidence-based mental health and addiction treatment, offering multiple options for treatment.
How Rogers helped Cristina develop healthy habits to rise above her bipolar disorder
Cristina says she’s struggled with depression since she was a teenager. She was diagnosed in her 20s with persistent depressive disorder, also called dysthymia, and suffered panic attacks. She was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in 2007.
Rising Above Mood Disorders | Kendra's Story
Kendra recalls fearing rejection from others growing up, while at the same time, she was rejecting herself.
The role of family and friends in eating disorder treatment
When a person is struggling with an eating disorder, relationships with family and friends oftentimes become strained. Dr. Smith shares how Rogers fosters healing and connection between patients and their support system.
How completing Rogers’ continuum of care improves patient outcomes
Rogers offers a full continuum of care: inpatient, residential, and outpatient care. Clinical outcomes research shows patients who complete the full continuum are more likely to sustain their gains and continue to make progress after treatment.