The Impact Loneliness and Isolation has on our Brains

By Gleria and Tommy AndersonHome Care Assistance This article is from a Harvard study that describes…By Dr. Bullock With the world being piqued with COVID over the past 2 years family and friends are having to distance with little physical contact, I felt this would be the perfect article to raise awareness of loneliness and … Continue reading The Impact Loneliness and Isolation has on our Brains

Relieving Symptoms of PTSD Through EPT™

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™

Senior’s Mental Health Can Be Harmed by Many Factors

By Dr. Donald Klasing, Medical Director, Unity Psychiatric Care at Huntsville Living through this pandemic has caused a lot of stress, anxiety and grief, which has led to a spike in mental health problems. Yet, researchers have discovered something surprising: Older adults generally have had fewer mental health struggles during this period than younger people. … Continue reading Senior’s Mental Health Can Be Harmed by Many Factors

Connecting

By Lisa PhillippartLPC NCC, BCPCC, BC-TMH Welcome to Mental Health Awareness Month 2021! This year, the National Alliance on Mental Illness has chosen the campaign theme of, “You are not alone.” In light of the past year and the isolation created by the pandemic, the need to find ways of staying connected has become more … Continue reading Connecting