Mental Health

Intimacy Anorexia Treatment: A Guide to Intimacy Anorexia

Intimacy Anorexia Treatment A Guide to Intimacy Anorexia

In this post, we will discuss intimacy anorexia and treatment options. This term is a bit misleading in that Anorexia nervosa is often life threatening and while serious, intimacy issues (including intimacy anorexia) are not life threatening.  The term “intimacy anorexia” was coined by psychologist Dr. Doug Weiss to explain the reasons why some people […]

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Everything You Need to Know About Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Treatment

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Treatment

At least 1 in 11 people experience Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in their lifetime. Diagnosis in women is twice as likely as in men. Post-traumatic stress disorder is a mental health condition caused by a terrifying event. PTSD is treatable and a patient is able to live their lives. There are various treatment options that are […]

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7 Types of Depression You May Be Experiencing

Different types of depression you may experience

When many people hear the word “depression,” they think about it 2 ways: “regular “depression and “clinical” depression. The truth is that these are not terms used by mental health professionals, even though it is a common way of discussing depression.  The distinction seems to indicate that for some people, their depression is quite disabling […]

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Overcome Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder: Get Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder Treatment


For most women, PMS symptoms are mild. However, a small percentage of women experience a more severe form of PMS called premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD). In this post we will discuss PMDD and how to get premenstrual dysphoric disorder treatment. What is Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder? Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD), is a condition that is most […]

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Postpartum Depression Treatment


As a new mom who just gave birth, you face a great amount of challenges adjusting to your new life caring for a newborn. As a new mother you also must adjust to lack of sleep and the great amount of new responsibilities to feed and care for your newborn. It can be normal to […]

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Overcoming Mental Illness and Getting Well


One of my greatest privileges as a psychologist is to work with individuals and families who are experiencing the devastation caused by a severe mental illness, such as an eating disorder, bipolar disorder, schizoaffective disorder, or addiction.  There is though, a specific aspect of this work that is often overlooked or neglected, especially when the […]

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Bipolar Disorder Treatment: Everything You Need to Know


Before its current name of Bipolar Disorder was adopted, it used to be called manic depressive disorder. Bipolar disorder, which involves extreme mood swings from mania to depression, is very serious and should be treated with therapy and medication. In this blog, we will discuss all things bipolar disorder including bipolar disorder treatment. If you […]

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More Than Shyness: Your Complete Guide to Social Anxiety Disorder Treatment


If you experience social anxiety, you’re not alone. It’s much more common than you think and prevents people from interacting with others. Although you might feel alone in struggles at times, social anxiety disorder affects 15 million adults in the United States. This translates to over 6% of the total U.S. population, according to the Anxiety […]

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Does Panic Disorder Treatment Really Help? Here’s What You Need to Know


For anyone who’s ever suffered the overwhelming sensations brought on by a panic attack, the racing heart and inability to catch your breath or think straight are no joke.Millions of Americans suffer from panic attacks every year during unusual or stressful events. Millions more will have recurring attacks that seriously complicate and alter their quality of life.While […]

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Dr. Boyers is currently available for second opinions and consultations only. She is not available to take on therapy cases at this time but is willing to provide a consultation and help you find an appropriate team or resources in the community.