Social media, love it or hate it, it’s a part of our lives. Man or woman, young or old, shy or outgoing, nearly everyone engages in social media in some way. In fact, the average user spends a little over two hours a day on social media platforms. It seems to be the new wayContinue reading “Social Media for Mental Health: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly”
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FAQs About Genetic Medication Testing
Today, genetic medication testing, also known as pharmacogenetic testing, can even help patients and health care providers discover what medications are best suited for you.
Tips for Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day Sober and Staying in Recovery
Saint Patrick’s Day can be a triggering day for those who are in recovery. Read on to discover how to still celebrate the holiday while staying sober.
Valentine’s Day: A Day of Loneliness or Love?
There’s a reason some people call it “Valentine’s Day” and others call it “Single’s Awareness Day.” For those that suffer from anxiety or depression, Valentine’s Day can be something to dread.
Top 5 New Year’s Resolutions for Better Mental Health
Whatever your feelings are about New Year’s resolutions, this year the Traini Counseling Group would like to encourage you to make at least one New Year’s resolution to boost your well being.