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Clinical Psychology

Clinical Psychology Solves Complex Human Problems

Clinical Psychology There is nothing more unique and complex than a human being.  Clinical psychology is a science of understanding the uniqueness and complexity of a human being.  Clinical Psychologists help people live healthier lives.  Clinical Psychologists apply clinical research and science of Brain – Mind- Emotion- Personality- Behavior to understand and help the problems…

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Coaching Success with Dr. Shawna Freshwater

Coaching versus Psychotherapy

Is Coaching What I Need?  Do you want to be successful?  Are you ready to get what you want in your relationships, life, health, school, and career ?   Coaching services are an awesome fit if you want to learn strength based tools to navigate work-life-relation-health challenges.   Dr. Freshwater’s coaching services may be an…

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Anxiety Disorders

Anxiety Disorders

Epidemiology of Anxiety Disorders in the United States Statistics Anxiety disorders are the most common type of psychiatric disorders in the United States. The lifetime prevalence of anxiety disorders among American adults is rising rapidly.  There are 2 major studies in the USA that were the earliest to provide prevalence rates: the Epidemiological Catchment Area (ECA)…

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12 Warning Signs of Depression

12 Warning Signs of Depression

This article presents the top 12 warning signs and symptoms of Major Depression Episode.  Depression caught in the earliest presenting stages (signs & symptoms) has the best response to treatment (psychotherapy and/or prescriptions) and with treatment the fastest rate of recovery. There is no time to waste. Therefore, it is important to to see a…

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Risk Developing Mental Disorder

Risk Developing Mental Disorder

Exploring Comorbidity Within Mental Disorders  Question:   After an individual receives a diagnosis of a specific mental disorder, does the risk of developing other mental disorders increase? Answer: Yes, comorbidity within mental disorders is pervasive.  There is an increased risk of developing all other mental disorders after an index mental disorder. The risk of developing…

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