Monthly Archives: October 2022

Sexuality and Mental Health: A Revealing Look

Sexuality and mental health

Coming to terms with sexuality can be difficult for some people. The LGBTQ community represents a diverse range of gender and sexuality expressions and identities. While belonging to this community can be a source of strength and comfort, it also brings a unique set of challenges, particularly with mental health. The issues of mental health […]

Rapid Resolution Therapy – What It Is and Treats

What is Rapid Resolution Therapy

To many people, the word ‘therapy’ brings to mind one-hour sessions where they talk to a therapist who just nods along and agrees with what they say. However, trauma comes in different forms, so addressing and treating it calls for different interventions. Rapid resolution therapy, or RRT therapy, is an alternative trauma intervention method that’s […]

Conquering Workplace Stress: 5 Tips for Identifying Burnout

identifying signs of burnout

Feeling stressed from work? You’re not alone. A recent study shows that nearly three of five employees were dealing with negative impacts from workplace stress, such as lack of motivation, emotional exhaustion and physical fatigue. More serious problems begin when stress snowballs into burnout. Read on to learn more about the difference between the two, […]

Movie Depictions of Schizophrenia That Are More Accurate

Movie Depictions of Schizophrenia that are more Accurate

Movies rarely portray mental illnesses well. If they aren’t making fun of people with mental conditions, they mix up the symptoms purely for dramatic flare or as a plot device. More often than not, movies with characters with schizophrenia fall into the latter category, focusing more on sensationalizing the condition rather than showing the nuanced […]

The Attention Seeking Facets of Histrionic Disorder

Histrionic Disorder

Histrionic personality disorder (HPD) is also known as an attention-seeking disorder, which is an apt description. People with this disorder live for attention and will do whatever they can to stay in the spotlight. Their sense of self-worth is dependent on the approval of others. HPD sufferers are viewed as overly dramatic, emotional and unpredictable. […]