Whether you’re a middle school, high school, or college student, school can be complicated. While school is a source of personal development and inspiration for many students, academic pressures can lead to stress and mental […]
Mental health care among medical professionals remains somewhat of an untouched subject for many reasons. Yet, healthcare professionals are often at a higher risk of developing mental illnesses due to the nature of their job.
ADHD is a neurodevelopmental syndrome that impacts memory, concentration, organization, attention, emotional and behavioral control, and social skills.
While most Americans spend one-third of their lives at work, only half are satisfied with their careers. Career counseling helps to fix that.
The first year on college or university campuses can be an exciting one full of new experiences for people receiving their undergraduate or graduate degrees. Amid the fun, some college and grad students may face mental health challenges and risk the onset of mental health disorders.
Life transitions are stressful for everyone, and even adjusting to positive changes can cause stress. For some people, the stress of change can be enough to induce mental health problems such as anxiety and depression.
For some police officers, experiencing a traumatic event can exacerbate the development of mental health problems such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Work-related stress is common in the United States. According to a 2017 report from the American Psychological Association (APA), 58% of individuals reported that work was a very or somewhat significant source of stress.