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Addiction and mental illness: a circular relationship where one often feeds the other.
Zach talks about his struggles with anxiety, the stigma of having an eating disorder and how the power of failure has helped him rise above.
This Facebook Live Q&A features Rogers’ experts Dr. Stephanie Eken and Dr. Brad Smith to help us understand the complexities of eating disorders.
Carter began showing symptoms of OCD in the first grade, and those symptoms eventually progressed over time to become debilitating.
Riggs Radio from 103.7 KISS-FM Milwaukee moderates this discussion on self-care in the new year and how it can support mental health. Features a Q&A with Rogers’ experts, Dr. Rae Anne Ho Fung from Rogers' Brown Deer, WI clinic, and Dr. Stacy Welch from Rogers' new clinic in Seattle, WA.
Growing up in a Chicago suburb, Adrienne was close with her tight-knit family, did well in school, and was a member of the pompom squad. At 14, she also tried alcohol for the first time. By college Adrienne was drinking alcohol excessively and now using a wide variety of recreational drugs.
Hear Mackenzie’s inspiring story of finding her road to recovery, and learn how the Rogers Behavioral Health Foundation supports patients and families.
Watch a live Q&A hosted by 103.7 KISS-FM radio host Riggs Radio, and featuring Rogers' experts Dr. Adrianne McCullars and Sue Mackenzie-Dicks. They discuss staying mentally well during the 2020 holiday season.
It wasn't until Barb found her way to Rogers Behavioral Health, that she was able to rise above her own personal traumas.
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