So much has changed for all of us over the past year and a half. We withdrew from workplaces and schools, we ceased socializing and traveling and for six seasons learned to mistrust the very air we breathed, in order to quarantine at home. Although fewer than 50 percent of Americans are fully vaccinated against
Lori Edelson, family therapist and founder of the BMC, was recently featured on Seen Magazine to discuss the rapid rise of Illness Anxiety Disorder due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The length and severity of the global pandemic has people justifiably focused on health – but illness anxiety becomes a disorder when it affects daily functioning.
Summertime is a time of joy for so many here in Michigan. It’s time to get out and connect with friends, a time to be more active and a time to decompress. Read the full article from WXYZ here. See the full video here.
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Nate Stone, a clinical psychologist with the Birmingham Maple Clinic, recently was featured on WXYZ to talk about the reasons why substance abuse issues rise in the summer, and why the 2021 summer is particularly harmful. He notes that many summer activities, from barbecuing to golf, often involve lots of drinking, which makes it hard
Carrie Krawiec, LMFT and Dr. Jessica Garrett from the Birmingham Maple Clinic recently stopped by WXYZ to discuss why there has been an increase in the number of parents seeking an ADHD diagnoses after this period of remote learning due to the COVID pandemic. They note that the lack of structure and consistency has caused