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How can vIOP help college students with their anxiety?

How can vIOP help college students with their anxiety?

Virtual intensive outpatient programs (vIOPs) are an innovative, new approach to providing mental health care. With the rise in technological advances came new modes of mental health treatment. Traditional intensive outpatient programs are in person. These force...

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What Does It Mean to Be Diagnosed With OCD?

What Does It Mean to Be Diagnosed With OCD?

Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a type of anxiety disorder that affects nearly 1 out of every 100 adults in the United States. It’s characterized by intrusive and unwanted thoughts that cause significant anxiety, called obsessions. These obsessions can be so...

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What Is Dissociative Identity Disorder?

What Is Dissociative Identity Disorder?

Dissociative identity disorder (DID) is a disorder that was previously known as multiple personality disorder. It involves a person developing several separate personalities or identities. This disorder usually develops as a result of trauma or abuse, as a way to help...

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Transgender Suicide Rate: What We Need to Know

Transgender Suicide Rate: What We Need to Know

Being a teenager is hard for more reasons than we can list. From family and friendship issues to school and planning for the future, it seems like you have the world on your shoulders. But one of the hardest parts about growing up is trying to figure out who you are...

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Online Therapy in California: vIOP Options for CA

Online Therapy in California: vIOP Options for CA

So, you’ve decided it’s time for you to start looking into your options for mental health treatment from a licensed clinical therapist. Are you located in California and don’t have access to a major city? It can be hard to find high-quality treatment in the more rural...

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Interventions for Suicidality: Creating Safety Isn`t Enough

Interventions for Suicidality: Creating Safety Isn`t Enough

Suicide rates are on the rise, and it's a cause for concern. Clinicians often find suicidality to be the most challenging aspect of patient care. Shockingly, most providers have received less than two hours of training in suicide assessment and intervention. That's...

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3 Signs of Severe Depression

3 Signs of Severe Depression

Have frequent bouts of low mood made you feel as if you may be struggling with depression? Perhaps your depressive symptoms have lasted for longer than a few weeks and interfere with your ability to function. It’s possible that you may be dealing with some form of...

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