If you’ve heard of telehealth or telemedicine, you’ve probably heard of many of the benefits it provides, including saving time and money for the patient. What you may not have heard of is how telehealth is saving lives.
If you or someone you know has been diagnosed with a mental health problem, the future may look grim. With the many myths surrounding the effects and treatments of mental illness, it’s difficult to know the truth. Maybe we can help with that. With these 5 debunked myths, we hope to spread the
Albert Einstein once said that time is an illusion; to some of us, it can even be a mirage. One moment it seems like you have all the time in the world, but you blink and its as if years have disappeared out from underneath you.
The Gottman Method, developed by Drs. John and Julie Schwartz Gottman, is a method of therapy meant to improve relationships between couples. While the Gottman Method is known most notably to focus on interactions within marital relationships, there is also Gottman therapies meant to increase
Telehealth platforms can be used in a wide variety of healthcare and clinical settings, such as in schools, without replacing in-person treatment. The National Association of School Nurses (NASN) believes that “telehealth technology may be used to augment school health services” (NASN.org).
Within the United States, 1/4 of adults can be diagnosed with one or multiple disorders in a single year, including depression, eating disorders, anxiety, and ADD/ADHD. Children are suffering too, with an estimated 1 in 5 diagnosed with a major debilitating disorder in either the present or past.
Telemedicine is all about accessibility, and providing patients who seek care dependable medical attention quickly and efficiently. Because of the apparent benefits of telemedicine, this technological healthcare initiative is taking off in a rapid manner. In fact, within the United States, the
Approximately 20.7 million adults in America suffer from a substance use disorder, according to SAMHSA’s 2012 National Survey on Drug Use and Health.Addiction is a pervasive public health issue in America, and without adequate care, treatment and recovery are nearly impossible for substance users.
Once you have accessed your provider’s public profile page from the link on his/hers website, you can request to schedule a session with the provider
Military service can be hard on a veteran, both physically and psychologically. After returning from service, many veterans are in need of health care, particularly physical therapy and psychological treatment. In 2012, approximately 500,000 veterans returning from war suffered from post traumatic