A recent study raised an interesting question, “What effect does an antidepressant have on a mother’s relationship with her children?” The article published in the American Journal of Psychiatry found an interesting difference among medications and the effect they have on how a mother relates to her children. Mother’s getting escitalopram (Lexapro) or bupropion (Wellbutrin)… Read more »
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What are essential oils? Essential oils are nature’s volatile, aromatic compounds generated within shrubs, trees, plants, roots, bushes and seeds. They are usually extracted with steam distillation, hydrodistillation, or cold pressed extraction. The power of an essential oil lies in its constituents and their synergy. Each oil is comprised of 200-500 different bioconstituents which make… Read more »
Currently we are looking for LISW If you would still like to send your resume and cover letter to email@example.com, please do. -Sage Neuroscience Center Administration Sage Neuroscience Center, a multi-disciplinary outpatient behavioral health clinic, is seeking independently licensed therapists for full-time employment. Job duties Managing and maintaining a full client caseload including, but… Read more »
The long wait is over. The Paseo del Norte I25 Interchange improvement project is completed and we have a few updates regarding best ways to access our location. We have updated the directions on our hours and locations page and included them below. From I-25: San Antonio Exit Exit San Antonio Drive and take Ellison… Read more »
November 10th, 2014 Albuquerque, NM – Local Mental Health Clinic, Sage Neuroscience Center, will again offer the Breaking Addiction Scholarship a 12-week Intensive Outpatient Program. The Breaking Addiction Scholarship was created in 2013 at the end of Breaking Bad’s Final Season. Applicants may apply by submitting a personal story about addiction, to be compiled into a… Read more »
All across the country today, people are gathering to celebrate our nation’s veterans. We commemorate the brave men and women who risk their lives to protect our freedom. Parades, monument dedications, and various ceremonies are held to honor them. When the last ceremony has ended, and the confetti and fanfare have cleared up, how do… Read more »
Almost 25 years ago, U.S. Congress officially recognized the first full week of October as Mental Illness Awareness Week (MIAW) in an attempt to raise mental illness awareness. The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) was, and continues to be, a primary force in garnering national and legislative attention for mental health issues. Professionals and advocates across… Read more »
I remember watching Robin Williams in Mrs. Doubtfire when I was younger and thinking it was one of the greatest displays of comedic acting I had ever seen. As I grew older and watched his stand up routines and some of his more serious acting roles, my respect for him only increased. Learning that he… Read more »
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With May being Mental Health Awareness month and June’s primary elections looming on the horizon, your voice and your vote are more important than ever. Our cities and states are growing larger, moving quicker, and resources are depleting at an alarming rate. As policy changes affect almost every aspect of our lives, it is critical… Read more »