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The Changing Shape of Mental Health Treatment

Not long ago, mental health treatment was confined to a limited number of talk-focused therapies that did not fully address the wealth of mental health conditions people experience in their daily lives. But in recent years, we have witnessed a shift in how we approach treatment and rapid expansions in the range of treatments offered.

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psychedelics

A New Frontier: Psychedelics and Trauma Treatment

Psychedelics have been the subject of much scientific and cultural interest over the past few decades, with numerous studies suggesting that these substances may hold significant therapeutic potential for various mental health conditions. One area of particular interest is the use of psychedelics in treating trauma, a pervasive and often debilitating condition affecting millions of

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neuroplasticity

The Power of Neuroplasticity: Rewiring the Brain

The brain is a supercomputer that helps us process thousands of pieces of information every day. Composed of over 100 billion neurons, it has the unique ability to form new pathways and make new connections throughout our lives, whether by learning a language or playing video games.  However, the power of neuroplasticity goes beyond just

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immune system

Working With the Immune System

Your immune system is the first line of defense against illness. When bacteria and viruses enter the body, the immune system prepares to protect you from sickness. However, the immune system can become over- or under-active, contributing to chronic pain, inflammation, and health conditions. In this blog, we’re going to look into how the immune

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mind-body connection

Pain: The Mind-Body Connection

Pain is an inescapable part of life that affects us all. While it is often thought of as purely physical, pain also has a powerful emotional component. The memories and feelings of our past can greatly influence how we experience pain, even when there is no clear physical cause. Pain can strike unexpectedly and deeply

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chronic pain

Chronic Pain and Mental Health

Everyone has experienced pain at some point in their lives. While unavoidable, pain is not supposed to last for extended periods. However, for some, it can persist for months and even years. Chronic pain doesn’t just cause physical discomfort either, it can also cause mental health difficulties and damage emotional and physical well-being. Experiencing pain

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