Dr. Scallon discusses Parent University | Rogers Behavioral Health

Parent university is an educational seminar that we offer to parents of kids in our program It is a 90-minute seminar that we hold every other week, and it’s presented in a presentational style with question and answers at the end We go over topics that are helpful for families such as parenting strategies, skills, concrete guidelines for how to […]

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Bipolar Disorder and Social Anxiety. Yikes!

Hey guys, it’s Hannah. Social anxiety is the fear of social situations and it’s a major problem for a lot of people living with bipolar disorder, including myself; which I think those around me would be really surprised to hear. But when I’m depressed, I completely withdraw from friends and family and social interactions become extremely stressful. One person who […]

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Bipolar Disorder and Eating Disorders

Hey, what’s up, y’all? It’s Hannah. Eating disorders and bipolar disorder. We usually talk about them kind of separately, right? But in my life with bipolar 2 disorder, they are very much connected. And I told my self in 2018 that I was going to work on body and mind and open up about this part of my life with […]

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5 misunderstandings about Bipolar Disorder

Hey everybody. Thanks for checking back. Today we are going to talk about the five common misconceptions about Bipolar Disorder. So stay tuned. So like I said. Today we are going to talk about the five misconceptions about Bipolar disorder. Now the first one is that there are only manic or depressive episodes within Bipolar. And that is completely false. […]

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ASD: treating co-occurring anxiety, mood, and OCD | Rogers Behavioral Health

It’s important to recognize right up front that we’re not treating autism per se We’re treating comorbid anxiety and mood problems in the context of autism So we’re trying to treat the secondary conditions Social and communication deficits That’s our secondary target The third focus is going to be on activities of daily living A lot of families come into […]

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Madness Redefined: Creativity, Intelligence and the Dark Side of the Mind

Men have called me mad. But the question is not yet settled, whether madness is or is not the loftiest intelligence. Whether much that is glorious, whether all that is profound does not spring from a disease of thought. Madness is terrific I can assure you not to be sniffed at How sad is it Insanity to the sane seems […]

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my bipolar disorder & history with depression.

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11 ways to cope with bipolar disorder

Hey Everyone Ali Mattu here and I am with my friend Tristan Miller. Tristan welcome back. We just did an episode about the top myths about bipolar disorder and I wanted to invite you back here to do an episode about how to cope with bipolar disorder. Sure yeah that makes sense. The first one is sobriety and this is […]

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Living with Bipolar disorder – AUDLEY | MISTAG

I don’t know I’ve never really give it much thought hum, as I said because I think a lot of people when they see people act a certain way, they don’t know how to respond, so the first thing that probably comes to mind is “you’re crazy” and.. but if you would ask somebody to define or break down crazy […]

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