By Dr. Leah Rudnick “Mom, Dad, why can’t I play with my friends?” If you’re a parent, you’ve probably heard this at least a few times since social distancing requirements have come into effect. You’ve been thinking of ways to explain the situation to your children and the information online has proven to be overwhelming. … Read more »
We are currently experiencing something that no other generation has been through. The media is bombarding the public with never-ending updates. We receive continuous “pings” from our friends and family, sharing articles, videos, links, and conspiracies about the coronavirus. We seemingly cannot escape from it. There is no denying that a global pandemic is frightening.… Read more »
There has been a lot of anxiety surrounding the coronavirus this past week. More specifically, anxiety about the unknown. What is the virus? How does it spread? What are the symptoms? When should I call the doctor? What do testing and treatment options look like? What should I be doing? There is a lot of… Read more »
To our valued patients, There is no higher priority to our entire team at Sage Neuroscience Center than the safety of our patients and those around them. Given New Mexico now has known cases of COVID-19, I wanted to take a moment to assure you we are doing everything possible to stay on top of… Read more »
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a specialized and evidence-based therapy approach that helps people to recover from symptoms and emotional distress that may occur from traumatic experiences.
Aromatherapy has been around for the last 6,000 years but has seen its rise in popularity around 2015 for the United States. Essential oils may relieve anxiety, boost memory, support circulatory systems, and a gamut of other functions.
IOP stands for “Intensive Outpatient Treatment”. During the duration of an IOP program, individuals attend group therapies and individual counseling above and beyond the traditional cadence of classic once a week therapy.
The first 12 step program was created by the founders of “Alcoholics Anonymous,” AA for short. It was incepted in 1935 by Bill Wilson, a New York stockbroker, and Dr. Bob Smith, an Akron surgeon.
2019 is finally here and we would like to share some habits we think would help you to triumphantly get through this year. It is time to get to be where you always dreamed you could be but have maybe strayed from the path.
When you plan a road trip, do you just get in the car and start driving? No, of course not! You determine a place you want to go, the route to get there, and necessary supplies you’ll need to get there. This is the same philosophy we need to have for goal planning.