The Invisible Illness

It’s often said that a doctor dreads new patients who suffer from chronic headaches. It can be a thankless task – no matter what treatment they are offered, the patients will more often than not return for a new option. The World Health Organization (WHO) notes that migraine is the third most common disease in the world. It’s also one …

3 Ways Mental Health Providers Can Grow Their Practice in 2018

3 Ways Mental Health Providers Can Grow Their Practice in 2018

The field of mental health providers is growing at a rapid pace. According to Mental Health American, there is currently an average of 1 mental health provider to every 1000 patients in need. The continual effort to keep up with demand is driving steady growth. If you are struggling to grow your practice, there are 3 essential ways keys that …

Mental Health Treatment

Are Doctors Afraid of Mental Health Treatment?

Physicians have a responsibility to make sure they are giving their patients quality care. A huge part of providing good care to their patients is making sure they are staying healthy themselves. While people might think that health care providers are the people most likely to stay on top of their health, this is not always the case. Stigmas against …

Telehealth Proves Effective for Mental Health Treatment

Though research has established the benefits of adding telehealth to your practice, many mental health providers are still hesitant.  Some clinicians state that though video is often used, they are still restricted from seeing visual cues that are apparent during in-person visits.  Others state that using telehealth is simply not appropriate for the illnesses they treat. Regardless of the naysayers, …