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Can You Diagnose Yourself with a Mental Illness?

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Is it wise to try to diagnose yourself with a mental illness? When you know that something isn’t right with how you’re experiencing life, you just might do what so many others do: identify your mental illness symptoms and try to pinpoint what’s causing them. Searching for information about what you’re experiencing is very empowering … Read more

What does Ketamine therapy cost?

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A lot, and lets hope it come down soon, esp with few insurance companies covering “ketamine infusions”. Here is some page info I found online. I’m deliberately NOT disclosing the provider, but you can easily “GOOGLE IT” using common google search phrases, see below. how much, cost, fees, “ketamine treatment” OR “ketamine infusion” OR “ketamine … Read more

7 foods that ramp up Depression

(Plus Alternatives That Boost Morale) We’ve all heard it said that eating your fruits and vegetables does a body good. We have even heard mention of certain foods that give a great boost to mood and energy. On the flip side of things, we know which ones are Debbie Downers when it comes to going … Read more

Inside Los Angeles Clinic That Uses Ketamine to Treat Depression

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Depression is all too common, especially among people in the tech sector. That’s why denizens of Silicon Beach have been flocking to a local clinic that offers a radical alternative when standard treatments fall short. But Mandel is well past the trial stage in his own practice. He’s been operating the Ketamine Clinics of Los … Read more

‘Special K’ finds market as costly off-label option to treat mental disorders

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As research shows that the hallucinogen is a potentially powerful treatment for intractable mental disorders, and academics continue to debate its safety, private clinics across the country offer the drug to patients now. Geuris “Jerry” Rivas, a native of New York, was diagnosed with severe obsessive-compulsive disorder when he was 15. Obsessions with organizing and … Read more

13 Reasons Why depiction of Teen Suicide – School Counselors picking up the pieces

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It’s been over a month since 13 Reasons Why made its début on Netflix, but the discussion around the teen drama shows no signs of dying down. The 13-episode series, based on the young adult novel by Jay Asher, has been tweeted about more than 11 million times since March 30…. School counselors talk Netflix … Read more