There is no situation which in and of itself brings about depression. Troublesome and burdensome situations are indeed common and widespread in our lives; however, the sadness generated by them is not to be confused with depression.
By Karen Kane, PhD This is some information about why a child might benefit from an evaluation, as well as some details about the process. If you would like more details, there is a brochure that can be downloaded from our website. What is Pediatric Neuropsychology? Pediatric neuropsychology is a professional specialty concerned with learning […]
For years now, I have used mindfulness with patients, in my personal life, and as a scientist, conducting randomized controlled trials funded by the NIH (see, for example, MacCoon, et al., 2012). In fact, my interest in mindfulness led to my graduate studies in Clinical Psychology with a focus on the role of attention in […]
The New Year always brings change, and the healthcare industry is no different. Many insurance plans run on a calendar year, which means your copays and deductibles apply from January 1st to December 31st of that year. Insurance benefits can change even if your employer sticks with the same company. Just because your employer decided to stick […]
Beyond the important clinical considerations for finding a new mental health provider, don’t let the insurance aspects fall by the wayside. Unexpected costs arising from insurance confusion can be a significant source of stress. To help reduce your risk these, follow these tips before scheduling your first appointment: 1. Call your insurance to verify your benefits […]
“Nature has placed mankind under the governance of two sovereign masters, pain and pleasure. It is for them alone to point out what we ought to do, as well as to determine what we shall do. They govern us in all we do, in all we say, in all we think”. Jeremy Bentham Friedrich Nietzsche […]