Archive of ‘Adolescence’ category

social media and mental health

How is Social Media Impacting Your Mental Health?

The prevalence of social media among all age groups has created a host of potential problems associated with dependency and abuse.  While Millennials may be the first generation to not have any awareness of life without social media, all age groups and generations are using social media in various ways.  Balancing the positive social benefits […] Read more…

Jennie Byrne, Cognitive Psychiatry of Chapel Hill

Guest Video Blog: Conflict Resolution in 6 Easy Steps.

This week we are sharing a video on conflict resolution from an esteemed colleague, Dr. Jennie Byrne of Cognitive Psychiatry of Chapel Hill in North Carolina. These steps are simple and can be used at home or at work. Please let us know if you find this helpful or have any additional questions. I’d love […] Read more…


Signs of Depression in Teens

Having a teenager can be the most difficult part of parenting. Adding depression to the mix can often make parenting your teen much more difficult. Adolescent depression can often be viewed as teenage angst, which leaves your teen untreated and not feeling like him/herself. Why Do Teens Get Depressed? There is a great deal of […] Read more…