Improving the recognition of borderline personality disorder reports on research that finds that BPD tends to be underdiagnosed and as a result effective treatment is delayed, sometimes for up to a decade or more. The author recommends using an evidence
How exercise is key to successfully quitting smoking reports on research that finds that even moderate intensity exercise “markedly” reduces the severity of nicotine withdrawal symptoms. Researchers theorize that exercise helps by increasing the activation of a brain receptor that
Building upon an emerging body of research that supports the mental health and, in particular, cognitive, benefits of exercise, researchers are assessing the lower threshold for these benefits – and getting surprising results for very brief, but moderately intensive, exercise.
As of 12-17-17, DHS significantly reduced the requirements for Brief DAs, and increased the number of therapy sessions that can be provided prior to completing the Brief DA to three sessions. These changes delete eight previously required sections, making the Brief DA
MHConcierged posted a request to a list provided by the MN Board of Psychology (available for $5 on the MBOP website) requesting participating in this survey. The survey was sent out on 10-10-17, with the expectation of posting a summary