A large percentage of the American population has a substance abuse/alcohol problem. This call will focus on how to identify a problem in yourself or a loved one, what to do about it, including a discussion of the role of new medications in treatment.Listen to the Free Recording
Panic attacks can be one of the most terrifying experiences a person can ever have, yet they are quite treatable through a number of non-medical and medical means, as well as ‘alternative’ approaches.Listen to the Free Recording
Healthy sexual relations are an integral part of much of our adult lives. Sexual activity in the context of a supportive intimate relationship confers many mental health benefits, yet most medications used in psychiatric practice can often cause sexual problems.Listen to the Free Recording
Memory loss and dementia are frightening to most people as they age, and the frequency seems to be rising, with some calling it an epidemic. On this call we will talk about prevention of dementia, as well as ways of unmasking treatable causes.Listen to the Free Recording
Why is it we make resolutions, with good intention, only to see them evaporate? In this workshop we discuss why this happens and how to make them stick.Listen to the Free Recording
Almost everyone wants more energy, especially at this time of year when everyone is pushing themselves to do more while at the same time getting less natural sunlight and more exposure to colds and the flu germs.Listen to the Free Recording
Insomina is a problem which is associated with problems in both physical health and mental health, yet it often remains untreated or partially treated. Tune in to this months Lunch and Learn to learn about the causes and treatments for insomnia.Listen to the Free Recording
Depression affects one in five Americans, and by 2020 it will be the leading cause of disability in the western world. Seasonal Depression, which can occur in two forms (‘winter blues’ and ‘summer blues’) is a subtype of depression.Listen to the Free Recording
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder or OCD is present in 1% of the population of nearly every country in the Western world, and for many of these adults and children, it can be quite disabling.Listen to the Free Recording
Some say that anxiety is part of the human condition, and while that may be so some of the time, it certainly does not have to be the case. One does not have to live with anxiety, since it is, even in all its forms, quite treatable.Listen to the Free Recording
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