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Pride month
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, and asexual (LGBTQIA+) members don’t necessarily face a higher risk of mental health problems. LGBTQIA+ individuals can, however, suffer from mental health issues due to stigma and discrimination from family, friends, and society.   Being LGBTQIA+ is not a mental illness or disorder. Further, it is vital to be aware...
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Anxiety
Clinically, negative thinking patterns are known as cognitive distortions. Negative thought patterns are an extreme and inaccurate way of thinking, such as:  He’s late coming home from work, he must’ve been in an accident. I failed that exam. I should just drop out of school I’m bad at interviews, so what’s the point in applying...
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doomscrolling
What is Doomscrolling? Doom-scrolling is an excessive amount of screen time dedicated to absorbing negative news. We’ve all been victims of it more than once just in the past two years. In addition to content, opinions and emotions also flood our shared internet community. With the number of high-profile events that have occurred since the...
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Alzheimer's
New research suggests that any amount of physical activity can protect your brain Moderate physical activity has been linked to better brain health in numerous studies. Research suggests that people who achieve at least moderate levels of fitness have a lower risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease later in life than those who do not get...
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bipolar-disorder
March 30 – World Bipolar Day World Bipolar Day is on March 30th. Psychological conditions such as bipolar disorder severely affect mood, thoughts, and behaviors. Bipolar disorder is different for each person, but there will always be emotional shifts involved. An emotional shift is characterized by periods of mania and/or depression. While some may experience...
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insomnia and sleep disorders
March 18: World Sleep Day Sleeping disorders, such as insomnia, can be challenging. When you can’t sleep well at night, it can make the rest of the day difficult. This cycle can negatively affect your relationships, mental health, and physical health.   Good news: insomnia does not have to be a permanent problem. Sleeping well and...
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self-harm-and-suicide-wide
Self-Harm Awareness Month. Despite the complexity of self-harm, misconceptions and stereotyping make it even more difficult for people to understand Young people suffering from depression and anxiety are more likely to self-harm, but self-harm can occur to anyone of any age. Self-harm, or self-injury, involves intentionally hurting one’s body; activities such as cutting and burning...
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Eating Disorders
Feb 21-27 – National Eating Disorders Awareness Week  Nearly 30 million Americans suffer from an eating disorder, and 95% of those individuals are between the ages 12 and 25. Affecting every gender, race, and ethnic group, eating disorders have the highest risk of death of any mental illness. From February 21-27, we recognize National Eating...
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stress
Stress is one of those things that never seems to end. Work projects, deadlines at school, medical issues, the list goes on. Add on top of that navigating a pandemic and it’s no wonder we feel stressed so often.  It’s no secret that chronic stress can lead to health issues, which leads to more stress,...
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ADHD
ADHD is often easy to detect in children. Adults, however, can display subtler symptoms. As a result, many adults struggle with ADHD and may not realize that they have it. Many of their problems, including staying organized and being on time, can be attributed to ADHD. October is ADHD Awareness Month. Here are ten potential...
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Beverly Hills Therapy Group

(248) 480-0115
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31815 Southfield Rd #18
Beverly Hills, MI 48025