Social anxiety gets precipitated by an excessive fear of social situations, which frequently gets characterized as a person having exaggerated perceptions of the potential for catastrophic outcomes, e.g., humiliation, loss of self-worth, and negative judgments from others (Clark & Wells, … Read more about The link between social anxiety disorder and attachment theory
Globally, depression affects more than 264 million people of all ages, making it one of the world’s leading illnesses. The causes and effects of depression can be complex, making treatment tricky and the following true: What works for one may not work for another. Many people take … Read more about Five Natural Antidepressants (And Three Things That Make Depression Worse!)
Most people experience depression and/or anxiety at some point in their lives, but there are a few for who these conditions become a bigger problem. In fact, depression affects more than 16.1 million American adults, or about 6.7% of the U.S. population in any given year. In addition, … Read more about Rehab for Depression and Anxiety
Two of the most common mental health problems are depression and anxiety. In fact, each year one in four people in the UK experience depression, anxiety, or both. This means that you probably know someone who struggles with depression and/or anxiety, or perhaps that person is you. Sometimes the … Read more about The Difference Between Depression and Anxiety
Depression and suicide are more prevalent now than ever before. We’re working more, socialising less and we constantly feel like we’re missing out. But, because there are few physical signs and symptoms, it is oftentimes ignored, despite being one of the biggest killers across the western … Read more about Overcoming depression: Is rehab an effective solution?
Approximately one in four people experience a mental health problem each year, according to Mind, a mental health charity in the U.K. From post-traumatic stress disorder to anxiety and depression, today’s generations suffer greatly. However, many people are failing to recognise and act on their … Read more about Depression: What are the signs and symptoms?
By Psychotherapist & Camino Recovery's Programme Director Don Lavender Residential addiction treatment for alcoholism started in the 1940s. After a decade the clinicians made a remarkable discovery. This was that patients who had some level of family involvement in the treatment had greatly … Read more about Family Involvement in Addiction Treatment
Scientists have warned that using the internet for hours on end can result in withdrawal symptoms similar to the ‘comedown’ experienced by drug users. Researchers have found that spending excessive periods of time surfing the internet left people in ‘negative moods’. And, like drug addicts, when … Read more about Internet addicts suffer from ‘withdrawal symptoms’