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How to talk about mental health: words matter
How we talk to someone who is struggling with mental health can make the difference between someone feeling accepted and understood, or feeling labeled as a disorder first and a human being second.
Co-occurring OCD and PTSD: Conceptualization, assessment, and treatment
To properly address both OCD and PTSD, an evaluation of the traumatic event, themes, and impact is required.
Dispelling 5 PTSD myths
Like many mental health conditions, there are many myths surrounding posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). While they may seem relatively harmless, it is important to understand why mistaking myths for facts can be harmful.
Family Trauma Race And Mental Health
Family norms including the belief that "what happens in the home, stays in the home" impact how mental-health challenges are recognized, diagnosed and treated.
Generational Trauma, Race and Mental Health
Beliefs, fears, attitudes toward one’s self and others, as well as unhealthy coping mechanisms are just some of the ways inherited trauma can affect future generations.
Mental Health and Addiction Recovery at Rogers
It’s critical to identify and treat mental health issues such as OCD and anxiety, or depression and other mood disorders, along with the addiction.
Eating disorder signs, symptoms, and treatment: Q&A with Rogers experts
Although anorexia and bulimia are probably the first two that come to mind, eating disorders include a wide range of unhealthy and/or restrictive eating habits.
How self-compassion can help men overcome barriers to seeking help
June is Men’s Health Month, a time when men are encouraged to take better care of themselves, both physically and mentally.