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Understanding Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Most people experience trauma at some point in their lives. Based on the current state of affairs you may be grappling with several factors that have created trauma in your life, from climate change and the ensuing natural disasters to a high rate of COVID-19

Ask Dr. Lowenstein: Is there any truth to the 7-year itch?

According to popular belief, the 7-year-itch takes place when happiness in a marriage or long-term relationship declines after about seven years. But is there any truth to it? Let’s take a closer look. In the early years of a relationship, most couples experience a kind

Be Mindful of the Mental Health Stigma This Halloween

Whether you love a good scare or you’re just in it for the candy, there’s something for everybody on Halloween. Young children look forward to costumes and trick-or-treat while older kids seek out the scariest haunted houses. No other holiday brings neighborhoods and communities together

Ask Dr. Lowenstein: Do mental health apps actually help?

They say there’s an app for everything–even boosting your mental health. Whether you struggle with a disorder or you’re simply looking to improve your mood, you can find help right on your smartphone or tablet. As many people continue to deal with pandemic stress, the

A Closer Look at Teletherapy

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has radically changed the way Americans work, shop, socialize and navigate daily life. Now, with the introduction of telehealth, it is also changing how they meet and interact with their health care professionals. Social distancing and quarantines have dramatically accelerated the

Ask Dr. Lowenstein: How can I protect my child from cyberbullying?

The internet allows children and teens to connect, learn and play in amazing ways. When school buildings closed last year to minimize the spread of COVID-19, the internet also made it possible for many kids to attend classes online with their own teachers and classmates.

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