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How OCD and anxiety treatment at Rogers equipped Amy to move forward in life
OCD and anxiety treatment at Rogers equipped Amy with hope and resources to overcome her challenges.
What is suicidal ideation?
Suicidal ideation refers to a person’s thoughts about hurting themselves and includes serious consideration or planning of suicide. Rogers’ Nancy Goranson, PsyD, answers questions about suicidal ideation and provides important resources.
The role of harm reduction in Rogers’ mental health and addiction treatment
Harm reduction is about saving lives and offering support to individuals who may not be ready or able to pursue complete abstinence immediately.
How TMS helped Hannah rise above depression
When Hannah began experiencing suicidal thoughts, she knew she needed to take action. Her psychiatrist's recommendation of transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) would prove life changing.
What is borderline personality disorder (BPD)?
Borderline personality disorder, or BPD, is a serious mental health condition which typically manifests in adolescence and is marked by an inability to manage emotions. Rogers' Dr. Peggy Scallon discusses the symptoms of the disorder and how it can be treated.
Understanding and treating school refusal
Starting the school year with new schedules, classmates, and experiences can cause feelings of excitement for some students, and nervous anticipation for others.
Community: 5 benefits and how to find yours
A community is a group of people with shared interests or values. It’s a group in which people can receive support, engage socially, foster connection, and live out their values. A community can be a place where people feel they belong, are accepted, and are cared for.
Fairouz’s story: How Rogers helped me rise above my OCD and anxiety
“Rogers was a last resort before I deferred starting college. I was 17 years young and had never spent that much time away from home before."