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Why the holiday season is a good time to seek help for your mental health
The holidays are supposed to be a joyful season of making memories with family and friends. However, “the most wonderful time of the year” doesn’t ring true for everyone.
Briden’s story: Rising above borderline personality disorder
Reflecting back on grade school, Briden recalls feeling like no one liked or understood her. She didn’t like herself, and she kept her struggle a secret.
Become a Rogers therapist and grow your skills while transforming lives
When you join Rogers as a therapist, you receive on-the-job training and supervision from clinical leadership while providing evidence-based treatment to help patients rise above mental health and addiction challenges.
Tour Rogers’ OCD and Anxiety Center providing residential care for adolescents
Rogers’ nationally-renowned OCD and Anxiety Center provides residential care for adolescents ages 12 to 17. For decades, Rogers has been the leader in collecting, assessing, and using patient outcomes data to help people rise above their mental health challenges.
Rogers Connect Care Outcomes
Researchers at Rogers Research Center investigated whether virtual treatment during the pandemic had the same effectiveness in reducing symptoms as treatment delivered in-person, pre-pandemic.
Involving parents and caregivers: A team-based approach
Explore common barriers to family involvement and identify techniques to address these barriers.
Former Rogers eating disorder patient uses her story to help break stigma
Jordan says after traumatic experiences in her family, she noticed her thoughts were telling her to focus on what she could control, which was eating and exercise. She kept her struggle a secret for a long time.
Rogers' Team Approach to Treatment
Briden says Rogers’ multidisciplinary team of experts made all the difference in her treatment.
Know the symptoms of depression and other mood disorders
While everyone can experience difficult emotions at times, depression and other mood disorders are more intense and last longer. Oftentimes, a person with a mood disorder feels helpless and hopeless and their ability to do normal daily activities at school, home, or work is impaired.