Archive | January, 2017


While there have been recent indications that people over age 65 generally are happier and less anxious than younger adults, the prevalence of mental illness among seniors may be higher than previously thought. According to one study that examined the mental well-being of 3,100 individuals between ages 65 and 85, one third of the study’s […]

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If you believe that “timing is everything,” there is new research that may further solidify your ideas on the matter. According to a new study, patients may be most receptive to treatment that helps them overcome their fears and anxiety if they schedule their psychotherapy appointments for the morning. This is due, in part, to […]

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