Sleep, Fatigue and Multiple Sclerosis Insomnia and daytime fatigue are common problems (and much of what follows applies to anyone struggling with inadequate sleep). But if you’re living with Multiple Scleroses, it’s significantly more likely that you’re struggling with poor sleep. Approximately 40% of people with MS experience chronic insomnia (chronic means at least 3…

Many people living with long-term effects of concussion and other traumatic brain injuries may be very interested to know that: Studies suggest that up to 70% of people with concussion and other traumatic brain injuries (TBI) develop sleep disturbances, with a significant portion going on to live with chronic insomnia for years. Insomnia is known…

Therapy really can radically alter your life, but it can also keep you feeling like you are going in circles. Therapy is an investment. Of your time, your money and your emotional energy. If you find YOUR therapist, you really can change your life. Therapy, with the right therapist, can help you to learn a…

Individual Therapy: Typical mental health symptoms addressed in individual sessions are anxiety or depression. Many clients I have seen deal with excessive worries about their careers, partners, or life in general. Others may have depressive symptoms like sleeplessness or oversleeping, getting tired easily, loss of interest in their hobbies they used to enjoy, or general…

1) He or she has hit a plateau in therapy Often eating disorder and disordered eating clients plateau in outpatient therapy alone because there is not a direct food and meal supervision component. The individuals often devote a large amount of energy to convince their therapist that he or she is doing well and progressing. Eating disorder clients…

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