Mental Health Articles

Uncovering Depression That Is Disguised As Anger

Uncovering Depression That Is Disguised As Anger

In recent years, mental illness has loomed large in the public imagination. People are becoming more cognizant of mental health issues, and more open about discussing mental wellness and seeking treatment. However, under the spotlight of mainstream awareness, the...

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Family Anger Issues and What You Can Do About It

Family Anger Issues and What You Can Do About It

There are plenty of people who struggle with anger management issues. They may have a short temper or be part of a dysfunctional family. Family gatherings may rarely happen because simple misunderstandings turn into heated arguments. You may be walking on egg shells...

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Holidays and Social Anxiety

Holidays and Social Anxiety

By CCI Team   Most people see the holiday season as a festive time in which there are multiple gatherings with friends and family.  On the flip side, for some others, the same holiday season can be stress, anxiety and even depression provoking. Per a recent...

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Treating Addiction with Medication

Treating Addiction with Medication

By CCI Team   The process of treating addiction is not easy, and while psychotherapy is an important part of the process in order to explore the roots of the issue, medication is also often involved. Science Daily recently posted a release regarding the...

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Is Psychiatry a Religion?

Is Psychiatry a Religion?

By CCI Team,   According to Merriam-Webster.com, religion is defined as: a) the service and worship of God of the supernatural, b) commitment or devotion to religious faith or observance a personal set or institutionalized system of religious attitudes, beliefs...

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Is Psychiatry Killing Your Children?

Is Psychiatry Killing Your Children?

By CCI Team,   According to Merriam-Webster.com, religion is defined as: a) the service and worship of God of the supernatural, b) commitment or devotion to religious faith or observance a personal set or institutionalized system of religious attitudes, beliefs...

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Difficulties in De-prescribing

Difficulties in De-prescribing

By CCI Team   We have previously discussed Dr. Lawrence Klemenson, MD’s Mad in America article Psychiatry’s 12-Step Program for Producing Heroin Addicts in which he attempted to drew parallels between Psychiatry’s “brain disease” to the 12 step program.  In a...

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Do Antidepressants Work?  Or is it All in Your Head?

Do Antidepressants Work? Or is it All in Your Head?

By CCI Team   As a developing counselor, I’ve considered the implications of de-prescribing a patient, especially when I am coming from a “less experienced” background. More-so, this critical thinking has enabled me to study and prepare for encounters as such. If...

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The Salvation of Psychiatry

The Salvation of Psychiatry

Like science, society continues to grow, expand our thinking, and come up with new ways to improve life around us all. However, like science, sometimes we are unsure if the new ideas, growth and “improvements” are always best for everyone. An article done by Bernalyn...

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What Are You Feeding the Fishes?

What Are You Feeding the Fishes?

By CCI Team   A human’s relationship with another human is a fascinating component of life. The act to which we form a bond with another individual is a beautiful thing. Whether people require daily contact or are content with once a week, people need each other...

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Exercise and Depression

Exercise and Depression

By CCI Team   Did you know that the U.S. is the third largest consumer of fish and shellfish behind China and Japan?  This amounts to a total of 4.8 billion pounds of seafood, or approximately 15.8 pounds of fish and shellfish consumed per person (both...

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Are Antidepressants the Real Killer?

Are Antidepressants the Real Killer?

By CCI Team   Exercise is one of those aspects of life where we as humans choose to put ourselves through physical pain in order to make ourselves bigger, faster, stronger, or at least that’s the idea. Moreover, exercise is popularly used to shape one’s self to...

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Depression Is…All Around Us

Depression Is…All Around Us

Like science, society continues to grow, expand our thinking, and come up with new ways to improve life around us all. However, like science, sometimes we are unsure if the new ideas, growth and “improvements” are always best for everyone. An article done by Bernalyn...

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Secrets in Sex Appeal

Secrets in Sex Appeal

By CCI Team   Big Think’s recent article The Most Debilitating Disease in the World Isn't Just in Your Head discussed the World Health Organization’s  (WHO) announcement that Major Depressive Disorder, more commonly known as depression is now the leading cause of...

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Is Psychiatry to Blame for Rising Drug Dependence?

Is Psychiatry to Blame for Rising Drug Dependence?

By CCI Team   We live in a day and age where sex appeal is everything. However, it is up for discussion for how it is defined. In today’s society, the media tells us how to alter our physical appearance, increase muscle tone, what clothing style is “in”, and how...

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The Batman Killer

The Batman Killer

By CCI Team   We live in a world where information is easily attainable, and various sources are available to not only supply the information we are seeking, but also supply support for our views, whatever they may be.  While it would be easy to search only for...

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Words and Their Impact

Words and Their Impact

By CCI Team,   According to Merriam-Webster.com, religion is defined as: a) the service and worship of God of the supernatural, b) commitment or devotion to religious faith or observance a personal set or institutionalized system of religious attitudes, beliefs...

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The Importance of Duty to Warn / Duty to Protect

The Importance of Duty to Warn / Duty to Protect

By CCI Team   We have previously discussed Dr. Lawrence Klemenson, MD’s Mad in America article Psychiatry’s 12-Step Program for Producing Heroin Addicts in which he attempted to drew parallels between Psychiatry’s “brain disease” to the 12 step program.  In a...

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The Question of Assisted Suicide

The Question of Assisted Suicide

By CCI Team   The process of treating addiction is not easy, and while psychotherapy is an important part of the process in order to explore the roots of the issue, medication is also often involved. Science Daily recently posted a release regarding the...

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Desperation: You’re Not Alone

Desperation: You’re Not Alone

There are plenty of people who struggle with anger management issues. They may have a short temper or be part of a dysfunctional family. Family gatherings may rarely happen because simple misunderstandings turn into heated arguments. You may be walking on egg shells...

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Why Does the Fifty Shades Movie Look Like Domestic Abuse?

Why Does the Fifty Shades Movie Look Like Domestic Abuse?

By CCI Team   We have previously discussed Dr. Lawrence Klemenson, MD’s Mad in America article Psychiatry’s 12-Step Program for Producing Heroin Addicts in which he attempted to drew parallels between Psychiatry’s “brain disease” to the 12 step program.  In a...

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Best Ways to Deal with Stress Natural Ways

Best Ways to Deal with Stress Natural Ways

By Caleb Anderson People who hold high-powered positions or are required to work substantial overtime often struggle to find the time to pursue personal goals or devote the attention to their families that they deserve. The stress that comes from trying to provide for...

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3 Ways Humans Deal with Anger

3 Ways Humans Deal with Anger

By CCI Team   Did you know that nearly a quarter of all Americans are under varying amounts of extreme stress? According to the American Psychological Association, approximately 85,605,500 people rated their stress levels at a level eight, nine or 10 on a...

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3 Ways Domestic Violence Trauma Can Impact Your Life

3 Ways Domestic Violence Trauma Can Impact Your Life

By Caleb Anderson People who hold high-powered positions or are required to work substantial overtime often struggle to find the time to pursue personal goals or devote the attention to their families that they deserve. The stress that comes from trying to provide for...

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13 Signs of a Cheating Partner

13 Signs of a Cheating Partner

By CCI Team   Did you know that nearly a quarter of all Americans are under varying amounts of extreme stress? According to the American Psychological Association, approximately 85,605,500 people rated their stress levels at a level eight, nine or 10 on a...

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6 Reasons Parenting Classes Create Healthy Families

6 Reasons Parenting Classes Create Healthy Families

By CCI Team   Even the best relationships run into trouble from time to time, but the when an already bad relationship starts to go south things can get ugly very quickly. That’s when it may be time to call in the help of seasoned professionals. Counseling and...

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