Exercise and Your Mental Health

November 4, 2020 /

Research, education, and information dissemination have largely centered on the necessity for exercise to ward off risk for many conditions like diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and cancer (Lee et al., 2012), but what about the role of exercise and your mental health? Exercise has proven to be beneficial for improving overall mental well-being. One sizable study…

Woman in Surgical Mask Holding small sign that says "What Now?"Coping Skills for Reintegration Post Covid-19

Coping Skills for Reintegration Post Covid-19

May 14, 2020 /

What can we expect post Covid-19? The Corona Virus has created substantial distress within our society, communities, and family dynamics. Many individuals feel the struggle of losing employment,  experiencing financial strain, assisting their children with e-learning, decreased social interactions, increased conflict within the home, adult children returning home, military movements being delayed, and the death…

Journey Through TMS

A Journey Through TMS

November 13, 2019 /

Grace Kane is the sole subject of our Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) Case Study. The data collected from her TMS treatment and Ms. Kane’s first-hand accounts are the cornerstones in our efforts to make TMS a Medicaid approved treatment for Treatment-Resistant Major Depressive Disorder throughout Colorado. TMS is an FDA cleared treatment that’s covered by…

The Link Between Depression and Heart Disease - Man Grabbing His Chest In Pain

The Link Between Depression & Heart Disease

September 16, 2019 /

It is well known that depression can leave you feeling down, hopeless, guilty, sad, and make daily functioning difficult, but have you ever stopped to wonder about how this might impact your heart?  Individuals with depression are estimated to have at least twice the risk for developing heart disease or having a significant cardiac event, such…