Trigger Warning: Child loss, birth trauma, maternal mental health.

1 in 5 women experience a maternal mental health condition. Here is a little of my story. Everything was broken. My body. My mind. My self concept. I had known I just needed to “get it right next time” since my first pregnancy ended in a 4+ day labor and eventual cesarean section, hemorrhage, and […]

Stimulant Shortages

You’ve probably heard the buzz about stimulant shortages in the U.S. and the subsequent consequences. However, we have likely only seen the beginning of those consequences. For example, providers are having to field MANY calls everyday as their clients’ prescriptions cannot be transferred due to Drug Enforcement Agency rules. Let me show you how this […]

Serotonin Syndrome: Should You be Worried?

Serotonin syndrome, commonly known as serotonin toxicity, is a potentially life-threatening drug reaction. If you are on certain medications such as antidepressants, your provider may have (and should!) cautioned you about serotonin syndrome.  It’s thought to happen when your body has too much serotonin.  Serotonin is a neurotransmitter, a molecule that assists in the regulation […]

Could Non-Stimulant Meds Work for My ADHD?

ADHD. This is a bit of a buzz word currently. ADHD stands for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. A little-known fact about this disorder is that it is usually diagnosed in childhood and lasts into adulthood. It can adversely affect the normal functions and development of a human being. According to the CDC, The number of […]

What is CBT?

PsychCare Anywhere Can Help. Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a popular psycho-social strategy for treating mental health conditions and developing a variety of coping mechanisms to address troubling circumstances. Its goal is to alter the behavioral patterns that underlie people’s problems in order to alter how they feel.1 Understanding Cognitive Behavioral Therapy The cornerstone of cognitive […]

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