Category: <span>Depression</span>

Depression puzzle, whole person treatment, treating depression

Solving the Puzzle: A Whole-Person Approach to Treating Depression

When it comes to treating depression, there's no clear-cut one-size-fits-all approach...that's because depression can be complex - and there are usually multiple contributing factors that can be sort of like puzzle to sort out.  Research has pointed us to some answers, though, and some of the causes of depression include: genetic links, brain chemistry, hormonal changes, certain medications or alcohol/drugs, interpersonal conflict, loss, major life events, illness or chronic pain, lack of physical movement/exercise, inadequate nutrition, anxiety, distorted thinking patterns, traumatic or stressful events, illness, low self-esteem, and a lacking social support network.  

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Resolving Conflict in Relationships

Resolving Conflict in Relationships

This post was a submission by Joseph Rowe - Couples Counselor and Licensed Mental Health Counselor. See below for information …

Neurodiversity: Awareness, Advocacy, & Cultivation of Strengths

Neurodiversity represents a population of people who diverge from the typical way we see others process information. Those …

Understanding Anxiety, Treatment for it, and how to Support: A Resource for Family and Friends

If you're reading this it's probably because someone you know and care about has been struggling with some kind of disordered …