Anxiety

Depression How do I know if I am Depressed | Lake Mary Therapist

By |August 20th, 2007|

Lake Mary Depression counselor answers the question how do I know if I am depressed? According to the National Institute of Mental Health, during any 1-year period, 17.6 million American adults or 10% of the population suffer from a depressive illness. The cost in human suffering cannot be estimated. Depressive illnesses often interfere with normal

Orlando Self-Harm Counselor asks Should Self-Mutilation Be considered Suicidal Behavior

By |July 28th, 2007|

Orlando Self Harm counselor answers the question if self mutilation should be considered suicidal behavior? Although all behavior that causes tissues damage should be assessed for lethality, the intent of self-mutilating behavior is one of reaffirming life. So no, it is not a suicidal act and the person should not be treated as if they

Orlando Counselor on Self-Injurious Behavior No Longer Shocking | Christina Ricci Self Harm, Cutting

By |July 28th, 2007|

Orlando Self Harm Counselor expert reports that self-injurious behavior is no longer seen as novel or unusual behavior. When I asked a college student what she thought about such behavior, she replied that she thought it was stupid, but it certainly was common. People are inundated with this behavior.

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Lake Mary Trauma Therapist answers What is my Stress Anxiety Risk

By |July 27th, 2007|

Lake Mary Trauma therapist answers ways to determine your stress anxiety risk. My alarm clock is going off, the kids aren’t ready for school, traffic is gridlock, my annoying boss never takes a day off, and bills continue to come in the mail. Sure you have had a day like this but do most of