5 Tips For Talking To Your Children About Attending Counseling
6 August 2015
Going to therapy is difficult. You have to allow yourself to be vulnerable, and share your deepest thoughts with a complete stranger. For many people, counseling is frightening at the beginning. For children who don't quite understand the world, it's even harder. One in five children have a mental health disorder. Many children and teenagers can benefit from therapy. After experiencing a trauma, a change at home, or bullying at school, it's helpful to gain a new perspective on life from a professional.
Set Your Oral Surgery Pracice Apart By Learning CAD And Offering Custom Dental Implants
28 July 2015
Engineers and architects have long been using computer-aided design (CAD) programs, but CAD's applications are no longer limited to these fields. As CAD and computer-aided manufacturing advance, more and more professionals, including oral surgeons, are finding these programs have applications for their field. If you're an oral surgeon, learning CAD/CAM will enable you to offer custom dental implants -- which have benefits for your patients and could set your practice apart from others.
4 Things That Occur At Child Well Visits
13 July 2015
From the time your child is born, you will have to take him or her to the doctor for well visits. A well visit is not designed to treat sicknesses, but instead it is designed to ensure that your child is growing and developing at a proper pace. If you are new to parenthood, you may be wondering what will take place at these visits. Here are four common things you will experience at each one.
Understanding Eye Exams As A Mental Health Diagnostic
1 July 2015
In recent years, mental health professionals have been working to develop a diagnostic test that relies on assessing how patient's eyes track various images and objects to make a fast, accurate diagnosis of schizophrenia. Future assessments could potentially lead to a quicker diagnosis of not only schizophrenia, but other mental illnesses as well, which will allow patients to begin efficient treatment sooner.
If you are at risk for a mental illness, you may wonder whether you can count on your regular eye exams to screen for mental health issues and whether your regular eye exams will change as a result of this research.