Goals of young adults in mental health therapy often include establishing healthy coping skills and adjusting to everyday life. Throughout the transition to adulthood, experiential therapies act as an outlet for young adults to process deep feelings, to find meaning, and to build the skills and resilience it takes to carry on a productive routine. Continue reading Experiential therapies help young adults establish and adjust to daily routines
Young adults experience mental health conditions, like bipolar disorder, anxiety, and depression, which may require the use of psychiatric prescriptions. However, as young adults form a therapeutic mental health plan, treatments like individual counseling and/or group psychotherapy should be included to address the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors associated with social and emotional health.
Is there a pill for that?
For fast relief, take two pills with a full glass of water and you’ll feel better in a jiffy. Sound familiar? Pharmaceutical companies spend a fortune to get consumers to believe in and buy a full regimen of daily pills and potions promising to cure medical and mental health concerns. Continue reading Treatment Vital in Combination with Antidepressants in Young Adults