By Lisa PhilippartLPC, BCPCC, BC-TMH Mental Health Awareness Month has been observed in May in the United States since May of 1949, and was started by the Mental Health America (MHA) organization. The purpose of Mental Health Awareness Month is to raise awareness and educate the public about mental illnesses, the realities of living with … Continue reading Back to Basics
By Dr. Charles LeeRegenesis Stem Cell Center Regenesis Stem Cell Center cares for our veterans the other 364 days a year. Dr Lee and Dr. Wardynski salute our veterans. I am Dr. Charles Lee, and I opened Regenesis in 2014 after seven years of education and training to bring the most advanced stem cell and … Continue reading Regenesis Stem Cell Center
By Lisa Philippart, LPC BCPCC, BC-TMH I am so pleased and proud to be a part of and serve with the Give an Hour organization. For the past 4 years I have been available to provide an hour of free mental health counseling per week to a veteran, retiree, or military family member. Give an … Continue reading Give an Hour
By Unity Psychiatric Center When describing veterans, words like strong, brave and selfless come to mind. These words are apt, but only tell part of the story. Veterans can face the same life struggles as non-veterans, as well as unique challenges that go hand-in-hand with military service. Deployments and being in war zones are known … Continue reading Veterans Need Mental Health Care, Too
By Kim DillonCertified EPT Emotional Healthcare PractitionerForgiveness Therapy, Relief Through EPT, LLC These symptoms of PTSD are well known: flashbacks, anxiety, depression, sensitivities to fireworks and other loud noises. Then there are triggers of trauma that manifest as nightmares, agitation, irritability, hostility, hypervigilance, self-destructive behavior, and social isolation. What is not well known is that … Continue reading Relieving Symptoms of PTSD Through EPT™
By Mayor Tommy Battle Paying tribute to our military veterans is something we do with honor in Huntsville. From supporting events like the annual Veterans Day Parade to visiting the U.S. Veterans Memorial Museum, the Rocket City is very proud of all of those who selflessly serve our nation. Recognizing our veterans for their service … Continue reading Protecting Our Protectors: Caring for Our Veterans
By Beau Armistead Reboot WellnessI walked out of my office recently, following a counseling session, and a lady stopped me in the waiting room. I love connecting with our clients, and she wanted to share her experience with IASIS micro current neurofeedback. She immediately became emotional and proceeded to tell me how her life had … Continue reading Why we do what we do…
Learn more about how IASIS Micro Current Neurofeedback can help you by visiting our open house! Reboot Wellness Open HouseAugust 20th 3 pm - 7 pmCome and Go Are you dealing with the stress of life from the chaotic environment around you? Dealing with anxiety or depression or other issues and would like a medicine free alternative … Continue reading Visit Reboot Wellness for an OPEN HOUSE!
Ty Oswald is an Army veteran, dad, husband and has PTSD. He is a Huntsville native (Buckhorn High School) and the military was always his calling. “Both of my parents served and I couldn’t see myself doing anything else. He served for 6 years as an OH 58 Avionics and Weapons Systems Specialist. He deployed … Continue reading Following his calling: Meet Ty Oswald
By Jennifer Gregg PhD, LPC, NCCRegistered Play TherapistPlay and Grow Counseling, LLC All humans encounter challenges throughout their lives. It would be naïve to assume that children do not experience challenges as well. Determining when your child is struggling beyond what is neuro-typical can be difficult. When do you determine if a meltdown is developmentally … Continue reading Does My Child Need a Therapist?