The Nystrom & Associates provider consulted for this article is Megan Septer, PsyD, LP, Clinical Site Director/Licensed Psychologist.
Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a mental health diagnosis where symptoms of inattention and/or hyperactivity/impulsivity begin at a young age and can persist throughout adulthood. ADHD is one of the most common mental health disorders that affect children. The three main types of ADHD... Read More
The Nystrom & Associates provider consulted for this article is Holly Oachs, MA, Outpatient Therapist.
Meditation is an ancient practice of cultivating inner peace. People have been meditating for thousands of years to cope with stress and train their attention. Meditation can be different for everyone depending on your journey and what works best for you. So, try not to let it daunt... Read More
The Nystrom & Associates provider consulted for this article is Erica Chavie, MS, School-Based Therapist/Mental Health Practitioner.
The transition from school to summer break can be a stressful period. Even though school's out and kids are excited for a break, a sense of routine can be easily lost and the aftermath might be less than ideal. Parents and caregivers may see... Read More
While there are many benefits to working at Nystrom & Associates, the most important aspect is supplying quality care to our clients. We want to make a positive difference in the communities we serve and desire staff who want to support that mission.
We pride ourselves on creating a supportive environment that sets clinical and non-clinical staff up for success. Whether you are working toward licensure or have been practicing for years, we have a... Read More
The Nystrom & Associates provider consulted for this article is Abby Fletcher, MA, LPCC, Outpatient Therapist.
Motherhood comes with a lot of changes. Not only does your body change, but your hormones, daily routine, and mindset are affected, too. The physical and chemical changes after birth combined with emotional stressors can lead to postpartum depression (PPD).
What Causes Postpartum Depression?
There’s no one cause for postpartum depression, although hormonal changes do contribute to symptoms of PPD. The hormones estrogen and progesterone are... Read More
The Nystrom & Associates provider consulted for this article is Amber Noga, MS, Outpatient Therapist.
Mental health awareness is vital because although mental health is invisible, it impacts everything we do. It influences our view of the world, how we interact with others, our behaviors, and our mood. Join the conversation and read on to learn about how you can support mental health awareness.
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