ADHD is a neurodevelopmental syndrome that impacts memory, concentration, organization, attention, emotional and behavioral control, and social skills.
With early intervention, therapy, and perhaps medication, many individuals with autism can enjoy a fulfilling and independent quality of life.
When challenges related to divorce or separation are overwhelming or long-lasting, they can lead to symptoms of common mental health conditions, such as anxiety and depression.
Domestic violence in close relationships can occur in the form of physical violence, psychological violence, emotional abuse, and sexual abuse.
Couples and individuals struggling with infertility often experience sadness, anxiety, and disappointment. Working with an infertility counselor can provide emotional support around challenges surrounding infertility.
When a new mother’s sadness or other baby blues symptoms become more intense, last longer than two weeks, or begin to interfere with her ability to care for herself or her family, she may be suffering from postpartum depression.
It’s not uncommon to experience mental health problems when pregnant and it is important to know about the potential risks of developing a mental health issue during pregnancy and what to do about it.
Every relationship struggles at some point—from arguments to intimacy problems and financial troubles. When relationship issues become frequent or severe, they can interfere with our daily lives.
Parental alienation occurs when one parent uses strategies—sometimes referred to as programming or alienating—to distance a child from their other parent. Parental alienation syndrome is used to describe the resulting symptoms in a child.