SSRI Withdrawal

SSRIs are commonly used to treat depression and anxiety. SSRI stands for Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor. Although an SSRI can be very helpful in its intended purpose, attempting to stop its use on your own can cause devastating results. Often, people who try to stop using SSRIs experience withdrawal symptoms that can mimic the very …Read the full post.

Chronic Pain Management During the Opioid Crisis

When you suffer from chronic pain, everyday life can be challenging. Medications can help, but can also have dangerous, and sometimes devastating, consequences. Learning how to manage chronic pain appropriately is important for your health and well-being. A look at chronic pain management during the opioid crisis will help you understand how these drugs can …Read the full post.

High-Potency Marijuana Linked to Psychosis

A growing number of states are legalizing the use of marijuana, either for personal or medical use. As of January 2020, recreational and medical marijuana is now legal in 11 states and medical marijuana is legal in 33 states. The potency of the drug has also increased significantly over the past several years. Marijuana can …Read the full post.

Hearing Voices on Vyvanse | Auditory Hallucinations

Many prescription medications come with warnings of side effects. Although they are designed to help you with a physical or mental issue, your prescriptions can sometimes cause other issues that can affect your ability to function on a daily basis. One of those prescription medications that can have side effects is one that could produce …Read the full post.

Connecting in the Time of Coronavirus: Finding Support

You may be feeling isolated and stressed during the COVID-19 pandemic, but support is available for you as you continue to work through your recovery. Orders to stay at home and maintain social distances from others may leave you feeling alone and anxious. However, connecting in the time of coronavirus is possible and there are …Read the full post.

Early intervention protocol for COVID-19 can save lives, click here to learn more

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the Shelter In Place requirements, our physical office will be closed. If your provider has requested that you come to the office, we will open for those specific appointments only. Our providers are working remotely to provide care and answer questions via phone, video conference, and email, which is We appreciate you and wish you safety and health.