Clinical

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Is No Joke — TIME

The biggest lie about Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder is that it’s funny, though it is, at times. I laugh when I remember running for the school bus barefoot every morning, brandishing my shoes and socks to flag down the driver, because I had to button and unbutton my uniform so many times — in multiples of four… via Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Is No Joke — TIME

NYC Mental Health Hotline More Popular Than Expected

New York City’s mental health hotline is more popular than even its proponents anticipated. The city tells WNYC that over 170,000 thousand people—25 percent more than expected—have contacted NYC Well since the program launched last October.

How to Find the Right Therapist

To find The One, I needed to date around and swipe my way through therapists. via How to Find the Right Therapist — Psychology and Psychologists

A Bayesian Explanation of Autistic Perception

Check out the links and let me know what you think in the comments. Bayesian reasoning implicated in some mental disorders The way the brain combines incoming sensory information with existing knowledge may also be different in autism, some researchers argue. In some cases, people with autism might put excess weight on what their senses… via A Bayesian Explanation of Autistic Perception —…

Talking and sharing can reduce stress

Talk therapy is meant to help people with their emotional issues, which can range in order of their severity or intensity. The main aim of this form of therapy is to change the quality of life by defining the path of life clearly, and bringing in more clarity. Whether it is the emotional issue that you are facing, or stress due to divorce, failure or loss of a loved one, talking with a professional psychologist can help you revive your mental health.

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