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Prescription Drug Abuse in Florida

The state of Florida was long seen as the nation’s leader for selling illegal prescription drugs. In fact, at one time, Florida purchased 89% of all oxycodone consumed in the United States. After strict laws were put in place and many pain clinics were closed, it seemed that the epidemic was sorting itself out. However,… Read more »

Depression – Defeating the Social Stigma

“I am so depressed!” This statement is used so often that we have become desensitized to its seriousness. Every one of us feels sad at times. When we are dealing with the loss of a loved one or common everyday struggles, we can feel overwhelmed, hopeless and alone but sometimes these feelings can become far… Read more »

Facts about Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is a mental anxiety disorder that produces repeated thoughts or images that are unwanted. Those who suffer from obsessive thoughts are often aware that they are irrational but they can’t shake them, or resist their presence. OCD can be crippling to those who suffer from it. It can affect their job, their… Read more »

National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

September has been named National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month in an effort to bring attention to this tragedy. Suicidal thoughts can affect anyone regardless of their age or background, and there is no singular cause for suicide. Each individual has their own unique threshold for stress or depression, so there is no benchmark for what… Read more »

5 Reasons for Group Therapy

Group therapy and mental health support groups have been beneficial to millions of people for more than 50 years. In fact, studies that compared group psychotherapy to individual therapy found that group therapy has been just as effective – and, in some cases, more effective. Group psychotherapy is a specific therapy in which a small number… Read more »

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