Social Media Effects On Mental Health

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Can you remember a time without social media or the internet? It has become such an integrated part of society that we don’t even think about it anymore. According to Britannica.com Facebook was launched in 2004 and Twitter in 2006. In a 15 year time span social media and the advent of smartphones has changed… continue reading »

09-22-2022 Virtual Zoom CEU

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In his 3 hour CEU board approved Cognitive Behavioral Therapy training, mental health professionals will learn effective fundamental skills to incorporate in their practice of treating a variety of different mental and behavioral health related disorders. He will provide a conceptual framework and interventions to use in your day to day practice in working with… continue reading »

Signs of Childhood Depression

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It’s common for kids to have ups and downs. It isn’t just a part of adulthood – children go through hard times, too. Unfortunately, just like adults, children can experience mood disorders like depression. Teens, young adults, and even children under 12 are at risk. A new report (August 2022) by the Annie E. Casey… continue reading »

Can Bullying Lead to Depression

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Bullying has always been around in one form or another. Bullying is an unwanted or aggressive behavior inflicted by someone who intends to harm or coerce. If you never struggled with bullying as a child, you can probably think of at least one instance when you’ve experienced it as an adult. As adults, we’ve learned… continue reading »

Is ADHD Genetic?

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Is ADHD Genetic? If you’re living with ADHD, you know how difficult it can be to manage. You might feel restless, forgetful, impatient, or disorganized. Sometimes you need to work harder than others at work and school. You’re easily distracted, and sometimes it’s hard to sit still. With all these things you struggle with, it’s… continue reading »

07-27-2022 Virtual Zoom CEU

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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 children Ways to establish family and youth engagement when encountering resistance Developmental level and it’s impact on treatment… continue reading »

When To Worry About Child Anxiety

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Anxiety is a normal part of life for people of all ages. Your child will probably demonstrate anxiety on the first day of school or the first time riding a bike without training wheels. You wouldn’t be surprised if you got a call from your child at their first sleepover with a friend. However, sometimes… continue reading »

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 »