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Considering Medication for your Depression, Anxiety…etc? 

Considering Medication for your Depression, Anxiety…etc?  Sick of asking your primary care doctor for psychiatric meds?  Looking for a Psychiatrist to monitor your medication?  Looking to consolidate your treatment?   We are here to help….  Growth thru Change WELCOMES Ann Nolan CRNP, PMHNP-BC Nurse Practitioner to the practice.   Ann is a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner who brings many …

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Are You Experiencing the Holiday Blues?

The holidays are exciting, overwhelming, and keep us busy from when we cut the turkey until the ball drops. You have just spent the better part of 2 months planning, cooking, gifting, and visiting friends and family so it is absolutely natural to get the blues once it abruptly stops! So once it all ends …

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Holiday Anxiety

Anxiety from the holidays creeps up every year for most especially in the month of December. We are all stressed and overwhelmed by the activities going on; but, for those with anxiety disorders this can be downright crippling! That is why, during the holiday season, it is important to put a plan together to remain …

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Concealed Depression: What Is It?

Concealed depression is an atypical form of depression. First and foremost, depression refers not just to a syndrome but also to a state of sadness, depletion, deflation, emptiness, hopelessness, and/or boredom that each of us has experienced. Those that suffer from concealed depression are often experiencing these symptoms but project their feelings in an opposite …

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Seasonal Affective Disorder: Fact or Fiction

SAD, or Seasonal Affective Disorder, is most common during this time of year. See the below Facts or Fictions about this oft-talked about, but commonly misunderstood disorder: SAD is merely “seasonal blues” and therefore everybody goes through it. Most people do experience a change in mood with the turning of the seasons, but SAD is …

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