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Mental Health Statistics

Below, you will find some shocking statistics concerning Mental Health in the United States. If you find yourself or someone else dealing with one or more of these issues, the best thing to do is to seek professional help as soon as you can. […]

By |June 25th, 2020|Mental Health|Comments Off on Mental Health Statistics

What Is Seasonal Affective Disorder? – Dr. Termine

What Is Seasonal Affective Disorder and Its Symptoms? Do you or someone you know ever seem to get down with the changing of seasons, specifically in the fall or winter? Some may disregard these depressed feelings as simple mood swings or the “winter blues”, yet there exists a real disorder that may explain these feelings [...]

By |September 16th, 2015|Mental Health|Comments Off on What Is Seasonal Affective Disorder? – Dr. Termine

Effects of Divorce on Children – Psychiatrist NYC

America has one of the highest divorce rates in the world. Though the number seems to be dropping, an estimated 50% of all marriages in the U.S. end in divorce with over 60% of second marriages also ending in divorce. When you apply the math, potentially half of America’s children are raised by divorced parents. [...]

By |July 14th, 2015|Mental Health|Comments Off on Effects of Divorce on Children – Psychiatrist NYC

Making Resolutions – Psychiatry – New York City

According to Websters dictionary, a resolution is the act of finding an answer or a solution to a conflict or a problem. A "New Years Resolution" implies a promise and commitment that is made, starting on January 1st, to work toward a positive goal and/or mitigate a negative goal. Resolutions range across the world, and [...]

By |December 31st, 2013|Mental Health|Comments Off on Making Resolutions – Psychiatry – New York City

5 Questions To Ask On Your First Psychiatric Visit – Psychiatry – New York City

1. Ask about the assessment. One of the most essential interventions toward wellness is education, or "psychoeducation". Ongoing knowledge about one's health helps guide the process of recovery. It promotes a sense of action-oriented care, working toward goal fulfillment, and allows for better choices toward well-being. Taking an active role in your health care will [...]

By |December 31st, 2013|Mental Health|Comments Off on 5 Questions To Ask On Your First Psychiatric Visit – Psychiatry – New York City

What to Expect on Your First Visit to a Psychiatrist – Psychiatry – New York City

The first visit to a Psychiatrist is often an initial evaluation, referred to as an intake. It is an opportunity for you and your Psychiatrist to explore the nature of your complaints and how they are effecting your quality of life. The range and severity of symptoms will be discussed as well as any precipitating [...]

By |December 31st, 2013|Mental Health|Comments Off on What to Expect on Your First Visit to a Psychiatrist – Psychiatry – New York City

Signs of Mental Health Distress – Psychiatry – New York City

Mental health well-being is influenced by a multitude of factors. Most of us face stressors everyday. Hopefully, with adequate coping skills, we are able to manage life's challenges. Nevertheless, if things become overwhelming, a deviation from normal behavior and thinking often leads to distress. The presence of some form of abnormal behavior may not be [...]

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Mental Health & Winter Blues – Psychiatry – New York City

As winter approaches, it is time to be mindful of seasonal changes that can lead to feelings of sadness. Daylight savings, winter darkness, and colder temperatures can lead to winter blues which occurs in about 15-30% of Americans. Symptoms commonly begin in late Autumn and can continue throughout the winter season. Typical symptoms include sleep [...]

By |November 13th, 2013|Mental Health|Comments Off on Mental Health & Winter Blues – Psychiatry – New York City

Mental Health In The News – Psychiatry- New York City

This is truly a historic time in the United States. Mental Health Parity continues to remain a primary agenda for the growth and development of an evolving health care system. In this month’s Psychiatric News, we look back fifty years ago, when President John F. Kennedy signed into legislation the Community Mental Health Act of [...]

By |November 6th, 2013|Mental Health|Comments Off on Mental Health In The News – Psychiatry- New York City