How is Depression Treated?
Find out the different ways depression can be treated. General depression treatments include medication, therapy, and lifestyle changes.
How Mindfulness is Used in DBT
Beginning a mindfulness practice can help reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression. In part two of this video series, learn how mindfulness is used in DBT.
What is Dialectical Behavioral Therapy?
In part one of this video series, learn how dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) can help challenge all-or-nothing thoughts through collaboration with your therapist.
What is Accelerated Resolution Therapy?
In part three of this video series, learn how accelerated resolution therapy (ART) can bring rapid, focused results for PTSD, anxiety and depression.
Addiction & Trauma: Understanding Trauma
This lesson covers trauma and addiction, and how coping skills can bring addiction under control. In part one, learn how trauma and substance use are connected.
Addiction & Trauma: Trauma-Related Symptoms
Trauma can affect you in many ways. In part 2 of this lesson on addiction and trauma, learn how trauma affects substance use, mental health and physical health.
Addiction & Trauma: Coping with Trauma
In part three of our video series on addiction and trauma, find out how to cope with symptoms of trauma and underlying anxiety without using substances.
What Causes Depression & Common Symptoms
In part one of this video series on depression, learn about the different factors that lead to depression and identify the physical and mental symptoms.
How is Depression Diagnosed?
In part two of this video series on depression, learn what criteria is used to diagnose depression and who can make a diagnosis.
What is Anxiety and How It Affects You
Anxiety may affect your relationships, your career or other activities. In part one of our anxiety series, learn what anxiety disorders are and their symptoms.
What Causes Anxiety?
The underlying causes of anxiety are complex, and often not from one factor alone. In part two of our anxiety series, learn what causes anxiety and risk factors.
What are Anxiety Triggers?
Certain actions, objects or situations can trigger anxiety symptoms to appear. In part three of our anxiety series, explore examples of different kinds of triggers.
How to Identify Your Anxiety Triggers
Anxiety triggers aren’t always obvious. In part four of our anxiety series, learn how to identify your anxiety triggers by recording what happens and how you feel.
How to Cope with Anxiety?
In part five of our anxiety series, learn how to cope with anxiety using individualized techniques and skills that may work for you.
How to Get Help for Anxiety?
Should you seek treatment for anxiety? In part six of our video series on anxiety, learn the signs you may benefit from treatment and who can help with anxiety.
What is an Alcohol Use Disorder?
In part one of this video series on alcohol use disorder (AUD), learn what symptoms are used to diagnose AUD and how its severity is diagnosed.
How Alcohol Affects The Brain
In part two of this video series on alcohol use disorder, learn about alcohol’s impact on the pleasure and reward centers of the brain and how this leads to addiction.
Physical Effects of Alcohol & Withdrawal
In part three of this video series on alcohol use disorder, learn about the physical effects of alcohol use and how alcohol affects your blood alcohol content.
Treatment Options for Alcohol Use Disorder
In part four of the alcohol use disorder video series, learn how AUD can impact physical health and create serious complications, and explore AUD treatments that can help.
What is Addiction?
In part one of this video series on addiction, learn what addiction is and which questions to ask yourself to evaluate whether or not you may have a substance use…
How Addiction Starts & Risk Factors
In part two of this video series on addiction, learn how addiction happens in the brain and explore the risk factors that can make someone more vulnerable to addiction.
Triggers and Their Role in Recovery
In part four of this video series, learn how to identify your triggers for substance use and how thoughts and emotions can impact your cravings.
How a Thought Becomes a Relapse
In part five, learn how a thought can turn into a relapse, and how to identify those thoughts in your life for a more proactive addiction recovery.
Developing Thought Challenging Skills
Living in recovery often involves examining detrimental thought patterns. In part six, learn how to challenge your own thoughts to help you when you’re dealing with triggers.