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What is TMS?
When antidepressant medication has proven ineffective, transcranial magnetic stimulation may be a solution for those who have been diagnosed with major depressive disorder (MDD).
What is school refusal?
Do you remember how you felt when you first started attending school? How about when you transitioned to high school? For some students, that stress doesn’t go away quite so easily and may lead to a deeper struggle.
When teenage moodiness becomes a mental health concern
Oftentimes a teen’s moodiness can be attributed to life changes occurring at that time, but how do you know when the ever-changing moods are just part of puberty or if they’re a sign of something deeper?
Teenage girls and the risk of suicide
The teenage years are an exciting and challenging time of change which can produce a lot of stress and uncertainty. In fact, girls are twice as likely as boys to develop mood disorders that can present as anxiety and depression.
How does screen time affect kids’ mental health?
Kids growing up today are using screens more frequently than those of the past. They are also facing increased levels of anxiety, depression, and other mental health struggles. Dr. Peggy Scallon explains how screen time affects the mental health of children and teens, and how Rogers addresses this issue.
Preparing for another season of 13 Reasons Why
The recent release of 13 Reasons Why season 2 is prompting an essential dialogue in our communities. Learn how parents can use the show to open lines of honest communication with their teens.
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.