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Not Getting Better? Insist Upon The Biopsychosocial Model (Part 2)

Sandra’s Story Last week I introduced you to The Biopsychosocial Model and Sandra, a young physician suffering from depression and anxiety...

Not Getting Better? Insist Upon The Biopsychosocial Model (Part 1)

The Biopsychosocial Model Almost half of the new patients that come to our practice have been recently treated by two or...

Cyberbullying, PTSD and Depression (Part 3)*

*In our previous two Weekly Tips you were taught about the emotionally devastating consequences of cyberbullying, poignantly portrayed by the story...

Cyberbullying, PTSD and Depression (Part 2)*

In last week’s Tip you learned about the emotionally devastating effects of cyberbullying. Today, I will share with you the story...

Cyberbullying, PTSD and Depression (Part 1)*

When you hear parents refer to “bullying” in conversation, there are often stories of kids being pushed into lockers, eating alone...

The Sun Will Come Out Tomorrow…

As the seasons begin to change, we begin to adapt. For example, the type of clothes we wear, the PJs we...

Recovering From the “Empty Nest” Syndrome

The population of our metropolitan area has the highest ratio of professionals with advanced degrees in the country. With this distinction...

Genes, Stress, Nutrition, and Antidepressants – How They Affect Anxiety, Depression, and Bipolar Disorder

The brain is the organ of the mind. Our ability to think, feel, and experience life is dependent upon neurobiological processes...

Antidepressant Medication and the Treatment of Depression

It seems like almost every other week that we are introduced to a new antidepressant medication through an ad on TV....