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Calming a Busy Mind
Our bodies and minds have evolved over thousands of years to endure stress. Whether that is a threatening predator, extreme temperatures, starvation, or dehydration, our bodies are prepared to handle stress when it arises in our environment. However, the stres…
Mental Health, Patient Care, TMS
BPA in the Era of COVID
“Sometimes the best thing you can do is not think, not wonder, not imagine, not obsess.  Just breathe, and have faith that everything will work out for the best” – unknown Covid-19 continues to take a toll on large numbers of the population as cases increase h…
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Words of Encouragement
Boy oh boy, what a month April has been! Where do we go from here and how do we continue caring for ourselves during these difficult times? It’s up to you! While we are all self-isolating, your continued mental health should be your TOP priority. An important…
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Staying Positive, Connected, Active
Clearly, our lives have changed. We are optimistic that our lives will return to a new normal with new experiences that have caused us all a level of pain, but also a level of growth. This blog is centered upon growth. We believe that growth comes by surroundi…
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How To Cultivate A Healthy Mindset For 2020
Sometimes it’s hard to find inspiration – especially when you’re down. Maybe the holidays left you feeling derailed from your normal routine. All of the shopping, late nights, and overeating can leave anyone feel like their hitting a major post-holiday slump t…
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Holistic Living
What does holistic living mean? Living a holistic lifestyle can be interpreted in many ways and can be unique to each person. Essentially, it means looking at oneself as a whole being, instead of compartmentalizing. Through this lens, there is an acknowledgeme…
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How The Change In Seasons Can Affect Your Mood (And What To Do About It)
The shorter days and longer nights of fall and winter can really affect the way some people feel. In fact, science tells us that our body’s circadian clock monitors changes in day length and works as an internal time clock. It tells us when to feel tired and w…
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Suicide Prevention Month: 5 Proven Action Steps Everyone Should Know
September is National Suicide Prevention Month. It’s a month dedicated to raising awareness by spreading the word about actions we can all take to prevent suicide. With suicide rates on the rise, it’s more important than ever to help increase awareness and pro…
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Helping someone in Crisis – Healthcare Professional Resources
As healthcare providers, we are on the frontline to identify patients that may be suicidal. To educate the community (and also our colleagues) Bay Psychiatric Associates TMS has assembled a FREE Suicide Awareness Healthcare Professional Resource Kit. Each part…
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5 Healthy Ways Students & Parents Can Prepare For The College Transition
Thousands of students across the nation will soon be packing up and heading off for their first year of college. Armed with the latest dorm-room supplies, new course books, and career ambitions, they’ll enter a new stage of life. As exciting as the transition…
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A Closer Look At The Mind-Body Connection
Have you ever burnt your hand on a hot pan…or accidentally cut yourself while shaving? These are fairly common incidents that many of use have likely experienced a time or two before. And, when they happen, we quickly react to the physical pain. We run our h…
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The Danger of Men Suffering In Silence
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5 Small Ways To Celebrate Pride That Can Have A BIG Impact
Has anyone ever said, “I’m proud of you?” Maybe it was your coach after that game-winning soccer goal or, perhaps, your parents after making the honor roll at school. Pride is that deep expression of pleasure and satisfaction that stems from achieving somethin…
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Revitalizing Psychiatry Through Innovative Treatments
Ever get tired of the ongoing discussions about depression? The same old, same old about what causes it, and what you should do to feel better? Add to that the stigma surrounding mental health in society and it’s no wonder those who suffer might be reluctant t…
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May is Mental Health Month: #4mind4body
Mental health is sometimes overlooked as a key piece of one’s overall well-being. Unfortunately, mental illnesses are very common. The good news is that they are very treatable with the proper help. May is Mental Health Month and this year, Mental Health Ameri…
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From Depression to Remission. Three Clinical Case Studies
BayPsychiatric Associates TMS has documented in this video three case studies. A student, a mother and an attorney: