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CAHOOTS: An Alternative Approach To Mental Health

In most US states, police respond to mental health related 911 calls. But in Eugene, Oregon, CAHOOTS arrives to deescalate the situation. CAHOOTS, which stands for Crisis Assistance Helping Out On The Streets, is a mobile mental health crisis intervention team who answers calls regarding suicide, manic episodes, overdoses, and other mental health crises. CAHOOTS …

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Brain Mapping: What Is It & What Are The Mental Health Benefits?

The brain is very complex, and we learn more and more about it every day. The prominence of mental health, or the rather the lack thereof, is skyrocketing with all the new information we learn about the brain. Whenever scientists first developed neurofeedback, the information it garnered wasn’t able to be used in the way …

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Rapid Resolution Therapy and How it Could Benefit You

Rapid Resolution Therapy (RRT) is a quick-acting treatment modality that allows you to quickly relieve yourself from negative feelings. This approach is cutting edge and utilizes precise multi-level hypnotic communication. Rapid Resolution Therapy is different from traditional talk-therapy because it does not require the recall of all painful memories in order for healing to take …

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Thought Disorders

Thought Disorders and the Course of Treatment

Similar to other mental illnesses many people are unfamiliar and misunderstand with thought disorders. The lack of knowledge around thought disorders can cause misconception, stigma, exaggerations, and lies to become widespread and believed. One lie that is frequently shared is that it is untreatable; however, we are here to tell you that it is. Southern …

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Stress or Anxiety — Which one is it? What should I do about it?

“My anxiety is through the roof”  “I am so stressed I feel like I am going to have a panic attack” These are common phrases we use when we’re stressed, and often the terms stress and anxiety are used interchangeably. While the two are related and may look very similar, they are actually quite different. …

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Mental Health Myths

Mental Health Myths

Mental health myths often perpetuate mental health stigma and leave individuals feeling stuck instead of supported. Here are a few of the most common mental health myths and the realities behind them.  Myth: Mental health problems don’t affect me. Fact: Mental health problems are actually very common. In 2014, about: One in five American adults …

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