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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.
Cody’s Story: Finding healing and himself through OCD and anxiety treatment
Cody says that although he had a happy and carefree childhood, when he was in his 20s, he struggled with persistent, unwanted thoughts, and suicidal ideation.
Celebrating Pride Month
As we observe Pride Month at Rogers, we are sharing resources and information for the LGBTQIA+ community.
Finding help for anxiety and eating disorder: Zach’s story
Zach, a former patient in Rogers’ Eating Disorder Recovery inpatient and residential care, struggled with severe anxiety for as long as he can remember. He developed an eating disorder and was about to give up when he talked to his therapist about Rogers.
Treating co-occurring generalized anxiety disorder and depression: Expert tips to keep your clients from getting stuck
Learn about the most common dilemmas that arise when treating patients with co-occurring GAD and MDD.
Workplace anxiety during a pandemic
In this webinar, participants will examine how worsened mental health has impacted the workplace, with an emphasis on clinical interventions for anxiety disorders as they relate to COVID-19 concerns in the workplace.
Scrupulosity: when religious practice or matters of morality become an unhealthy obsession
“Scrupulosity is a type of OCD in which someone becomes mentally and emotionally consumed by matters of religious practice and/or morality." Dr. Brenda Bailey explains scrupulosity and the signs that someone could be suffering from the disorder.
Facing Anxiety and Uncertainty in the Classroom
Experts from Rogers' clinic in Hinsdale, IL give a presentation for high school students, parents, teachers, and guidance counselors on how best to face anxiety and uncertainty in the classroom: Presented by: Kalyna Melnyk, Family Therapist, and Brandon DeJong, PhD, Clinical Supervisor.