Election Time Disorder – What Campaigns Can Do for, and To, You
Note: This election could be hazardous to your physical and mental health. How would you react if this warning suddenly […]Read More
Monitoring Candidates on Mental Health Access is Taking a Bit of Juggling
Juggling, it has been reported by the National Center for Biotechnology Information, has been found beneficial in treating mental health […]Read More
A Re-Examining of Mental Health Insurance
If you could meet anyone in the world, who would it be? This question is an old saw, a cliche […]Read More
Thanksgiving: Happy Holiday or a Turkey?
Even with a turkey that you know will fold You may be stranded out in the cold, Still you wouldn’t […]Read More
Prose and (Alleged) Cons Of the Social Media Lawsuit
The lawsuit against social media is getting really big play in all the media currently. In the print media, tons […]Read More
Halloween Unmasks Mental Health Concerns
Ask anyone what images they conjure up at the mention of Halloween, and chances are their replies will run the […]Read More
“How Are You?” Fair Game in Politics?
Is ‘How Are You?’ An Unfair Question in Politics? The question has gone viral: Should questions about the mental health […]Read More
The Adderall Shortage – Why It’s Happening, Updates & When Will It End?
Since October 2022, the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) has announced an official shortage of Adderall and related prescription medications. According […]Read More
SBMHC Welcomes Liza Piekarsky, LMHC, CAP, NCC, as Director of Clinical Outreach
The Sylvia Brafman Mental Health Center team is thrilled to announce that Liza Piekarsky has joined our team as Director […]Read More