13 Simple Ways To Help Your Child Succeed In School

Why Your Kids Are Struggling In School (And How To Fix it) No parent wants to see their kids struggling to succeed at school. If your child is on academic probation, failing classes, or has behavior problems, know that you aren’t alone. NeuroHealth has a team of specialists to help […]

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Get through It Together: The Real Benefits of Couples Therapy

Did you know that the average couple who attends counseling has been unhappy for six years before seeking help? If you’re struggling in your current relationship, you’re not alone. Everyone handles stress and anxiety differently. Our significant other often becomes the brunt of our frustrations. Movies and books often portray couples therapy as embarrassing, […]

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How the Holidays Can Affect a Student’s Grades

The holiday season is typically associated with smiles, giving, and spending time with family. However, the holiday’s can be a stressful time for many people, and for various reasons. In fact, studies show that 62 percent of Americans say their stress levels elevate during the holidays. Students are no exception, and many […]

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5 Reasons Why Your Child Is Struggling In College

College is an exciting time, full of endless opportunities. Students can explore new majors, take on exciting internship opportunities, and perhaps even study abroad. They’ll make lasting friendships and even explore new romances. But, along with all this opportunity comes a wealth of new stress and pressures. A large part […]

5 Signs of a Concussion in a Teenager or Child

Has your teen or young one suffered a head injury? If they have, or if you want to be prepared just in case, you’ll want to know what to look for in case of a concussion. In the United States, brain injury is suffered most by young children under four […]

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ADHD Statistics in the US: How Common Is It?

In America, 6.4 million children between the ages of four and 17 have been diagnosed with ADHD. The diagnosis of attention deficit disorder in yourself or child can result in several different emotional responses. It can be a relief to know the reason behind the behavior, but it can also […]

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Understanding OCD Signs and Symptoms

Most people hear about obsessive-compulsive disorder on a daily basis, often used in the wrong way. While many people associate OCD with a need for cleanliness or order, the truth is that OCD is far more disruptive than many people know. And although many people “know” about the disorder 2 […]

How to Know if You Have Depression

If for more than two weeks you’ve felt sad and have lost interest or pleasure in your usual activities, you may be depressed. Symptoms of depression, on the other hand, aren’t as clear-cut as they are for a common cold. Intense sadness and a feeling of hopelessness often comes into […]