The holiday season can be tough. The change in routine, expectations around gift giving, the increase in family visits and large get-togethers, the insistence on cheerfulness, and the opportunities to feel left out can all
At THIRA health, our focus is on mental health treatment that makes “life worth living” for our patients. We get a lot of questions, from how our treatment plans work, to general questions about mental
In the world of mental health treatment, a revolutionary approach known as Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) has emerged as a beacon of hope for those grappling with emotional dysregulation, self-destructive behaviors, and borderline personality disorder.
Embarking on the journey to better mental health and seeking depression treatment can be a daunting decision, but you’re not alone in your uncertainty. While seeking treatment for mental health concerns may seem like the
It’s common (and human) to feel shy, nervous, and anxious ahead of social interactions like job interviews, moving somewhere new, asking a new friend out for coffee, or going on a first date. These experiences
Having a mood disorder can be difficult to navigate, especially when there is a lot of misinformation and myths surrounding it. Many of these myths are surrounding borderline personality disorder (BPD), anxiety, or depression treatment,
Ending a relationship can be difficult and challenging for anyone, but it can be especially difficult for individuals with borderline personality disorder (BPD) to move through a break up. BPD is a mental health condition
What is DBT Skills Training and How Can It Help You Overcome Anxiety, Depression and other Mental Health Struggles?
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is a type of evidence-based treatment that is rapidly growing in popularity in the mental health realm. As a cousin to the even more widely known cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), DBT
The history of suicide prevention in the United States is most noticeable in how we discuss it. Talking about it and talking through it rather than averting our gaze from this difficult subject is the
Over 70 years ago, Mental Health America began Mental Health Month to reduce stigma and cultivate healthy conversations about mental health. Their work is essential, and the message of Mental Health Month remains one that