Although Neurotherapy has been around since the 70s, it is just now blossoming. It’s currently considered an evidenced-based therapy for things like substance abuse, PTSD, ADHD, traumatic brain injury and epilepsy, but this list barely makes a dent in the mental and physical health issues that neurotherapy has been shown to improve. Clients often turn
How to Make Decisions That Affect Your Family During Times of Stress: Four Steps Towards a Unified Path
The current pandemic has put many of us in a place where we’re having to make big life choices, for ourselves and our families, amid stress and uncertainty. Some have lost their jobs and are having to decide whether it’s time to leave their industry for something more stable. Even those who are lucky enough
When an individual is seeking help with navigating emotions, processing life transitions and/or exploring the self in relation to others, we may recommend individual, group or couples therapy. If an individual is so impacted by their struggles that they are unable to function in their day-to-day life, we would recommend more intensive mental health treatment,
During Pride month and always, Ethos Behavioral Health Group stands with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer individuals. We welcome LGBTQIA+ people of all races, nationalities, ages, classes and creeds with open arms, and we make every effort to support you in your mental health journey and help you reach a place of wellness, recovery and long-term
An eating disorder often begins as a coping mechanism or a tool for survival, a way to feel a sense of control. This frequently occurs in response to trauma, insecure and unstable relationships, unrealistic expectations and external pressure, or the weight and heaviness of anxiety and depression. It is the internalization of overwhelming emotions and
The onslaught of pandemic-related news along with a worldwide hyper-focus on staying up-to-date has resulted in an increased anxiety and stress response for many. There’s this notion that the more information we consume, the better prepared we will be, regardless of how we’re feeling emotionally. From a mental health perspective, the opposite can be true.