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Finding Your Energetic Zone This New Year


“Out with the old, and in with the new” is an important saying to live by, not just to help us declutter and make room for new things and renewed energy. But to keep ourselves freshly grounded throughout life in order to shape our happiness from within. Life...

Social Anxiety and the Holidays

Social Anxiety Disorder affects roughly 12% of the population in the United States, according to the NIH, the National Institutes of Health. And roughly 20% of individuals diagnosed with SAD experience addiction and other negative coping methods. The impacts of the...

Gratitude Fosters a Healthy Brain and a Happy Mind

This remarkably difficult year has forced us to change how we approach every aspect of our life. Perspectives and coping skills have been challenged as quite heavy concerns weigh on us. So many individuals and families have experienced multiple traumas and losses this...

Reducing Voter Anxiety and Activism Burnout During Elections

Boundaries are essential for the proper growth and functioning of all things. They are equally necessary for our healthy engagement with social issues that matter most. Social justice concerns, along with this year’s general elections, have forced us to take stock of...

Mental Health Screenings: The Importance of Checking-In

The coronavirus pandemic has highlighted many social and civil shortcomings, but thankfully, it has also provided a much needed change in perspectives, sometimes from unexpected corners of life. Overall, while adjusting to the pandemic, daily anxiety levels are on the...

Mental Health Screenings: The Importance of Checking-In

October is Mental Health Screening month! This initiative was started by the World Health Organization (WHO) in order to raise public awareness of mental health issues. One in five Americans is affected by mental health conditions and despite the high prevalence,...

Effective Solution For Nicotine Dependence

Stop Smoking Today - Regain Control  From the debilitating mental health symptoms to the desire to quit smoking, many look for alternative ways to meet their health goals and regain control. The CDC reported an estimated 34.2 million American adults smoke in the...

Amidst the Tragic Toll of Substance Abuse, KHC Provides a Path to Healing

September marks Substance Abuse Awareness Month. The scope and depth of substance abuse and addiction are devastating not only for individuals and families but also for society as a whole. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, 19.7 million American adults...

Effective Communication Matters For Improved Relationships

Do you ever feel misunderstood? Do you ever find it hard to get through a conversation with someone? It may feel as if the lines of communication were jumbled, leaving you puzzled. No one is at fault if communication modes are not understood and making a conscious...

Spectrum of Mental Wellness

Processes usually move along a spectrum. Mental health is no different. Our individual mental health changes throughout our life as we develop and experience living in all its variety. We traverse the expanse of mental wellness as we move through the spectrum of...
Curbing the Rise in Mental Illness

Curbing the Rise in Mental Illness

Mental illness has been on the rise for many decades in the United States. There are various reasons for the increase in individuals diagnosed with a mental disorder. Before the turn of the century, we became more informed of mental health in general as we began to...

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Telemedicine Services for your Wellbeing

Telemedicine Services for your Wellbeing

Ketamine Health Centers is dedicated to your wellbeing in these extremely challenging times and now offers telemedicine services for your wellbeing . We are here to provide the support that you need as we adjust to a different rhythm of life during the COVID-19...

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Reducing Anxiety During Times of Uncertainty

Reducing Anxiety During Times of Uncertainty

Anxiety is often defined as fear of uncertainty. As a therapist, I often find myself helping my patients understand the legitimacy of these fears. Through hard work and a strong alliance with my patients, we face the fears, question its validity and as a result,...

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Dancing Away the Blues: Soul Therapy & Brain Booster

Dancing Away the Blues: Soul Therapy & Brain Booster

Losing yourself in a dance trance provides a freeing sense of self. While the joy and social connections that foster feel good moments on the dance floor provide fuel for our souls. There is great healing power in the rhythmic movement that exercises the body, as well...

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Creating a Calming Space for Children

Creating a Calming Space for Children

For several generations now, we have placed greater emphasis on providing better methods of childrearing and parenting strategies, as we’ve increased awareness of childhood developmental stages and overall emotional and mental health for our youngest members of...

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Guiding our Way to Emotional Health

Guiding our Way to Emotional Health

Mental wellness takes center stage this January as we start off 2020 with an increased focus on emotional health. January also marks National Mentoring Month. Mentorships go hand in hand with helping individuals develop emotional intelligence, as well as relationship...

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Reflections: Shimmers on the Horizon

Reflections: Shimmers on the Horizon

It’s the end of the decade. To a certain extent, it’s the end of an era. It’s fascinating to look at our trajectory since the turn of the century, for it certainly feels as if we are at a crossroads entering 2020. As we move solidly into the 21st century, we can’t...

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Expand Your Mind


Expand Your Mind


In our hyperpolarized world, it is ever more important to actively practice a change in perspectives. Especially, if we are ever to reestablish balance, and approach the Other with respect and decency. Role-playing various perspectives can be an eye-opening experience...

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Standing Stronger Together

Standing Stronger Together

One of the hallmarks of depression, and mental illness in general, is the isolation that one feels. Feeling as if we face our burdens all alone. Thinking that no one could possibly understand the depths of despair that one may reach. The added social stigma that...

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