How to go back to normality from COVID19

Thursday, 16 July 2020 by

There is no doubt that we all feel ready to break loose from the tight restrictions that social distancing and lockdown opposed to us. We are ready to rush to do all the things we didn’t do and even more. But it doesn’t work like that. Going back to normality is not a sprint, it

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Practice Reopening

Saturday, 13 June 2020 by

Dear SFM Clients, In accordance with local guidelines for the COVID-19 public health crisis, Solutions for Mindfulness will resume in-person services as of June 13th, 2020. If the pandemic or other concerns resurface, I may return to telehealth-only services out of an abundance of caution for everyone’s safety. As we plan to reopen the office,

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According to World Health Organization (WHO) Telehealth is the “delivery of health care services, where patients and providers are separated by distance. Telehealth uses ICT for the exchange of information for the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and injuries, research and evaluation, and for the continuing education of health professionals. Telehealth can contribute to achieving

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COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on mental health

During the last few months, there has been extensive research on the effect of chronic stress during the COVID-19 pandemic period on: 1. the physical and mental health of doctors and nurses, and 2. the underlying mental and physical illnesses in patients In particular, the aim of the studies was to understand the psychosocial effects

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What COVID means for mental health

Monday, 20 April 2020 by
What COVID means for mental health.

What we are living at the moment is not just a global crisis, it is something unprecedented in humankind. Our brain has not processed any similar experience in the past, neither directly nor indirectly, as we haven’t been told old stories with similar experiences by our grandparents. Thus, our brain has great difficulty in explaining

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What is our practice doing about COVID-19

Thursday, 19 March 2020 by

  Due to the COVID-19 social distancing measures impacting our area we need to update our practice procedures. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. Our practice is taking a number of steps to help all our patients and those who need us: We educate our families and patients. We encourage patients to follow

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Ways to cope with Depression

Monday, 21 October 2019 by

Sadness is one of the most common and natural human emotions. However, if you feel as though you are increasingly sad, and feel like your sadness is difficult to explain, then depression may be knocking on your door. There are a few things you can do to cope with depression symptoms and improve your quality

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Tuesday, 23 July 2019 by

NeuroStar TMS Therapy FAQs

Tuesday, 06 November 2018 by

As NeuroStar TMS is a new therapy for depression, it is normal for someone to have so many questions about it. Here are some TMS Therapy FAQs:   What is TMS? TMS stands for “Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation.” TMS is a medical procedure that works by delivering highly focused MRI-strength magnetic pulses to noninvasively (without surgery)

Alpha-Stim Treatment

Look around you and you will see most people having a hard time dealing with anxiety. If you look closer, you will see many suffering from depression as well. Separately, millions of people suffer from peripheral pain. All of these small and larger problems now have a new way to be dealt with, the Alpha-Stim

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