The fight against anxiety
Control those worrying thoughts and take back your day.
Postpartum mental health: Caring for moms in-house
Clinical psychologist Lea Berentson's own adversity has fueled her work.
Research: Community support can ease rural bullying effects
Findings published in SD Medicine, plus other Sanford Health research notes.
Smartphone impacts on teenager: Positive and negative
“Sometimes kids can’t make the clarification between what is real and what isn’t real."
Mental health crisis: Therapist earns sheriff’s gratitude
"Each call is different, making the work we do both challenging and rewarding."
Autism and ADHD: How to know if your child should be tested
"If you feel that something isn’t right, please talk to someone who can take a careful, closer look and make helpful recommendations.”
When and how psychiatry uses genetic testing
Treating depression, anxiety or ADHD can feel like a guessing game. Genetic tests may help.
Opioid crisis: Sanford Bemidji steps up fight
"We want to break the cycle of substance use in families and replace it with a healthier, sustainable cycle.”
5 ways to fight depression
If you feel depressed, it's best to do something about it. It won't go away on its own.
Childhood suicide: Bullying, ADHD and relationships
“There’s a lot of pressure on kids that’s not good for their emotional development.”
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