treatments

The past, present and future of psychiatric diagnosis and beliefs about treatment in every culture and pocket of society.

  • Laurie Day
    Published 2 days ago
    Pros and Cons of Going to a Local Rehab Center

    Pros and Cons of Going to a Local Rehab Center

    If you are contemplating whether to go to a rehab facility for yourself or someone that you love, the following paragraphs will help you decide whether going to rehab is right for you. You should keep in mind that there are pros and cons of going to rehab facilities and this will help you to make a decision on whether or not to attend a treatment program.
  • Quantum Nest
    Published 2 days ago
    Fractal Findings

    Fractal Findings

    What is the connection between Lithium and consciousness?
  • Raul Mann
    Published 3 days ago
    Are Ibogaine Treatments Safe?

    Are Ibogaine Treatments Safe?

    Are ibogaine treatments safe? The answer to this question is probably a resounding yes. Ibogaine Therapy Centers have been around for over three decades, treating opiate addiction like heroin and OxyContin addiction, cocaine abuse, methamphetamine abuse, and various other drug addictions.
  • Iria Vasquez-Paez
    Published 6 days ago
    Treating All My Mental Health Problems

    Treating All My Mental Health Problems

    I would like to treat all my mental health problems at a rehabilitation facility in Los Angeles called Bridges To Recovery. For this to happen I have to make my own money, and move out. I'd rent a house in LA to start with, so I can put my things there, then live at the facility for like a year while taking online classes, and starting a Bachelor's in film and television and an MFA program next at UCLA. I don't know if I'm stable enough to go to school if I freak out at Greyschool's workload.
  • Catherine Kenwell
    Published about a month ago
    EMDR - Knots in the Yarn

    EMDR - Knots in the Yarn

    I’m no stranger when it comes to baring my soul. I believe my vulnerability strengthens me. But I’m pretty private about the most traumatic events and patterns in my life, because well, I figure no one really needs to know, we all carry life’s baggage, and for the most part, there are many things that are nobody’s business.
  • Dear Bo,
    Published 3 months ago
    A Band-Aid covers a Bullet Hole

    A Band-Aid covers a Bullet Hole

    One in Five Canadians will experience a mental health issue at some point in their lifetime, so why is it that average “wait times for outpatient services are six to nine months”?(CBC News, 2015). Mental Illness is a common, yet often unacknowledged reality for many individuals; it’s imperative that medical concerns are treated quickly and efficiently no matter what the concern is. However most Canadians struggling with mental health issues, do not have that quick and efficient treatment for something that could potentially be unnoticeably life threatening. Despite there having been “a 30-per-cent jump from the same month the previous year.” (CBC News, 2011) in ER visits at one hospital alone.
  • Ashley Peterson
    Published 3 months ago
    Supplements for Depression that Work

    Supplements for Depression that Work

    Some people claim that vitamins and minerals can cure serious mental illness. That's not what I'm talking about here. While in general, there's not a ton of research funding for supplements and herbal products, there are a number of supplements that do have some research evidence to support their effectiveness in depression.
  • Ashley Peterson
    Published 4 months ago
    Mental Illness Treatment vs. Wellness Promotion

    Mental Illness Treatment vs. Wellness Promotion

    One of the things I talk about in my new book Managing the Depression Puzzle is the idea of differentiating between illness treatment strategies and wellness promotion strategies. I think it’s a distinction that applies to mental illness in general. So what’s the difference?
  • sabrina marina
    Published 4 months ago
    Wilderchild: A Biography

    Wilderchild: A Biography

    My life has been less than graceful, to put it nicely, so I'm going to be following my pattern by writing this in a less than graceful way. I'm not going to worry too much on being chronologically correct because I don't even really know when certain things happened in my own life. So I guess just sit back and enjoy the roller coaster.
  • Legend Gilchrist
    Published 4 months ago
    The Legendary Life
  • Ella kate
    Published 4 months ago
    What I learnt from being put into a psychiatric unit...

    What I learnt from being put into a psychiatric unit...

    The decision to post this article has not been easy, in fact writing this article has been a lulling thought in my mind for a while. 'But the thing is…you have to decide whether you want to write the story, and sometimes that can be very difficult'
  • Amy
    Published 5 months ago
    Lockdown and psychiatric wards

    Lockdown and psychiatric wards

    ever wondered what it’s like in a psychiatric hospital?