ADHD in Adults

  There is a common misconception that, when a child is diagnosed with ADHD, he or she will “grow out” of the diagnosis once he or she becomes an adult. While research has shown that by age 27, two-thirds of children no longer meet the criteria for… Read More

Career Assessment Workshop

Are you unsure what you want to do after high school? Do people keep asking you if you’re going to college and what you’re studying? Are you scared you won’t be successful in the future? Come join us Tuesday nights at Cognitive Behavior Institute and put these worries… Read More

Marital Satisfaction

Relationships can be difficult; and none quite so much as that of the marital relationship. Many studies have been done on the high divorce rate that only seems to climb steadily higher over the years. In many cases, entering into a long-term, committed relationship seems almost as big a gamble… Read More

Therapy for Erectile Dysfunction

A common problem that men may experience in their lifetime is being unable to maintain or achieve an erection during sexual activity. For many, this lack of functioning can be traced back to a health problem such as heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, etc. However, for approximately 13%-21% of… Read More

Marital Hospice

While it is true that marriage counselors are experts in helping couples to stay together and resolve their relationship issues, it is also true that marriage counselors can play a critical role in helping couples to dissolve their relationship. When one or both partners have made a definitive… Read More

Stress

We have all read how stress increases the risk of medical problems over time. Although most are aware of stresses dangers we still avoid it because of the discomfort. However, ignoring stress in particular when one has heart disease is done so at your peril. Researchers… Read More

Social Anxiety in the Workplace

Work is stressful. We all have had jobs that, as a matter of course, caused our anxiety levels to spike and brought a general sense of being overwhelmed. But in the workplace, there are several things that can be ameliorating factors: one of which is our peers, co-workers, and managers. Read More

Reactive Attachment Disorder

By Kailey Brink What is Reactive Attachment Disorder? Most children, if they have formed a secure attachment, find solace in the arms of their parents. They are soothed and comforted easily by their caretaker and learn how to regulate their emotions. However, when a child’s basic emotional and physical… Read More

Bipolar I Disorder

Bipolar I by Jared Duffy What is Bipolar I Disorder? Bipolar I disorder, also known as manic-depressive disorder, is a brain disorder that can cause unusual shifts in a person’s mood, energy, and ability to function. This shifts can go from a manic-state (elevated/ high mood) to a depressive state… Read More
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