In a world full of information and misinformation, understanding the truth about mental health is more important than ever. Myths and misconceptions can create stigma, prevent people from seeking help, and even worsen mental health conditions. In this post, we’ll debunk some common mental health myths,
At Pathway Psychiatry and Counseling Center, we understand that taking the first step toward therapy can be a big decision. We’re here to help you navigate this journey and provide you with a better understanding of what to expect when you start therapy.
Anxiety is a natural response to stress and can be a beneficial emotion in certain situations, helping us stay alert and focused. However, when anxiety becomes excessive and chronic, it can escalate into an anxiety disorder, a condition that significantly impairs an individual’s daily life and well-being.
Bringing a new life into the world is a moment of joy and anticipation. However, for some new mothers, the postpartum period can be marked by a different, often overwhelming emotion: depression. Postpartum Depression (PPD) is a serious mental health condition that affects a significant number of women following childbirth.
Depression is a silent yet prevalent mental health condition that affects millions of individuals around the world. While it’s normal for everyone to experience occasional sadness or low moods, clinical depression is far more than feeling blue—it’s a serious medical condition that requires professional attention.
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is often associated with childhood, but what many people may not realize is that it can persist into adulthood. The journey of understanding and managing adult ADHD can be filled with revelations and a sense of clarity about one’s lifelong struggles.
Seasonal Affective Disorder, often referred to as “winter depression,” is a subtype of depression that occurs with seasonal patterns. While most individuals experience SAD during the fall and winter, some may also experience a less common form known as “summer depression.”
Navigating conversations about mental health with children can be a sensitive but essential aspect of parenting. Open dialogue on this topic can foster understanding, empathy, and resilience in your children. In this blog post, we’ll explore the importance of discussing mental health with your kids and provide valuable guidance on how to approach these conversations with care and compassion.
In the whirlwind of our daily lives, taking time for self-care often ends up at the bottom of the to-do list. However, self-care isn’t a luxury; it’s a necessity, especially when it comes to maintaining good mental health. In this blog post,
Is there a link between mental health and heart health? Does our mental health actually cause heart problems? Keep reading to find out the latest conclusions.