Archive for the ‘Therapy101’ Category

Therapy for Veterans

Tuesday, January 31st, 2012

As more and more military troops return home to their families, it is easy to only think about the long awaited reunions. However, deployment has a way of changing someone. Returning to civilian life may present some significant challenges for these service men and women. Many families have been torn apart because the individual who […]

Therapy Dogs and What They Do

Tuesday, January 17th, 2012

New studies emerge regularly, allowing us to better understand a variety of illnesses. With this new knowledge comes a plethora of options for helping patients and their families cope with these illnesses. In recent years, one of the more intriguing therapies has become a popular practice. This form of therapy is known as the “therapy […]

New Hope for Depressive Disorders

Monday, January 9th, 2012

According to a new study, there may be hope for individuals suffering from treatment resistant depression. The double-blind study, called BROADEN(TM) (BROdmann Area 25 DEep brain Neuromodulation), analyzed the effects of deep brain stimulation (DBS) on people with severe depression. This specialized therapy does not rely on any medication. Instead, it utilizes an implanted device […]

How Therapy Can Help Communication in Couples

Tuesday, December 27th, 2011

There are countless factors that can negatively impact the condition of a relationship; infidelity, illness, addiction, depression, lack of communication, and anger issues are only a few. Unfortunately, even if both parties are open to working on the relationship, neither may have any idea how or where to begin. Regardless of the longevity or nature […]

What is Hypnotherapy and Does It Work?

Friday, December 23rd, 2011

Used for centuries by shamans and ancient civilizations, hypnosis was once exclusively reserved for religious ceremonies and rituals. Modern hypnotherapy can be attributed to a successful psychiatrist in the mid-1900s named Milton Erickson who introduced its use into his practice. Recognized in 1958 as a viable medical procedure by the American Psychology Association, as well […]

Special offer for CarePaths customers

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2011

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MyTherapistMatch.com Founder to Speak at Health 2.0

Monday, September 26th, 2011

MyTherapistMatch.com Founder to Share Innovative Technology to Improve Health Care at the Fifth Annual Health 2.0 Conference MyTherapistMatch.com is pleased to announce that Corey Quinn, CEO , will present ā€œThe Virtual Couch: Online Behavioral Health,ā€ at theĀ Health 2.0 conferenceĀ to be held Sept. 25-27, 2011 in San Francisco. The Health 2.0 conference is the chosen forum […]

What to do When Stress Becomes Overwhelming

Friday, September 9th, 2011

While some individuals arenā€™t daunted by stress, others are consumed by it. Itā€™s ordinary to feel overwhelmed on occasion; things such as exams, work deadlines and relationship troubles are likely to cause anyone anxiety. Unfortunately, not everyone knows how to effectively manage their troubles and the pressure becomes too much. Without the ability to effectively […]

5 Steps For Dealing with Anxiety

Wednesday, August 31st, 2011

The current economic climate is causing many people to feel stressed lately, and for good reason. Falling stock values, the housing collapse, and high unemployment rates have caused people around the world to monitor their finances with concern, wondering how they will continue to feed, house, and educate their families. Although the global economic situation […]

Using Exercise to Fight Depression

Tuesday, July 5th, 2011

Everyone knows that exercise is vital for maintaining physical health, but did you know that it can help improve your mental health too? Those who exercise reap numerous psychological benefits, as exercise has been shown to lift depressed moods, lessen stress, improve self-esteem and body image, and generate feelings of euphoria. Yet the benefits of […]