OCD vs ADHD

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Stemming from unusual activity in the frontal lobe of the brain, both OCD and ADHD share a number of common symptoms although they are fundamentally different disorders. While ADHD is thought to be caused by under activity in the brain and OCD is thought to be caused by overactivity, the two disorders are often misdiagnosed… continue reading »

06-23-2022 Virtual Zoom CEU

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SUN Behavioral in Partnership with LifeStance Health invite you to attend our complimentary Continuing Education Course     This 3 Hour CEU Training focuses on skills to improve engagement and treatment compliance in different parts of the therapy process with children and caregivers. GOALS AND OBJECTIVES: How to engage parents in the therapy process with… continue reading »

Causes of ADHD

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Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, more commonly referred to as ADHD, is one of the most common neurobehavioral disorders in children and adults. Although most often diagnosed in childhood, the symptoms of ADHD are the same for all ages and typically present as inattention, impulsivity, and hyperactivity, all of which can affect the ways a person performs… continue reading »

SUN Behavioral Health: You earned an Honorable Mention in the 2022 DrFirst Awards!

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Healthiverse Heroes Award Healthiverse Heroes Award is given to healthcare leaders who make significant and meaningful progress in creating a better and connected healthcare universe. This includes connecting patients and providers with the information that they need, when and where they need it. SUN Behavioral Health received an honorable mention in our Private Practice and… continue reading »

ADHD and Sleep Disorders

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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is a behavioral condition that makes it difficult to focus on everyday routines and requests. ADHD is the most commonly diagnosed mental health disorder among children in the US. Sleep Disorders, also called sleep-wake disorders, involve problems with the quality, timing, and amount of sleep, which result in daytime distress and… continue reading »

Signs of ADHD

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The APA defines Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder, or ADHD, as a “behavioral condition that makes focusing on everyday requests and routines challenging.”  ADHD affects 12.8% of children living in Ohio, with 7.7% of these children on medication for ADHD according to the CDC. While children are primarily diagnosed with ADHD, adults can continue to exhibit… continue reading »

Adolescent Eating Disorders

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Growing up is hard. While most people yearn for yesteryear as they grow older, they tend to forget that — at times — it was incredibly difficult. Many young people struggle with their self-confidence and obsess over their appearance until it becomes an issue. Among the more common issues are eating disorders. According to the… continue reading »

Taking Charge of your Caseload: How to Manage Boundaries with your Clients and your Schedule

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SUN Behavioral in Partnership with Gestalt Columbus invite you to attend our complimentary Continuing Education Course GOALS AND OBJECTIVES:  Learn effective screening and intake procedures Develop the skill of self monitoring cases and operating with intellectual honesty Identify relevant diagnostic criteria and fine tune your understanding of the clients presentation Practice appropriate treatment planning and… continue reading »

Social Effects of Teen Pregnancy

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Social Effects of Teen Pregnancy Two blue lines. I’m shaking as I unwrap another pregnancy test. I bought only what I could afford from the pharmacy, which was exactly two at-home pregnancy tests. Now I have one minute to wait. This is definitely the longest minute of my life. The result is … pregnant, again…. continue reading »