Tag Archives: depression

Meet Stephanie Levitt, Founder and Clinical Director

Pathways Counseling Services specializes in working with adults, families, and couples dealing with issues such as anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and more. Stephanie Levitt licensed professional counselor and founder of Pathways Counseling Services has advanced training in several therapeutic modalities and can help address most issues that you or your family may… Read More »

BRIANNA CALHOUN: I’M MORE THAN A PRETTY FACE (PART 1 INTERVIEW WITH SHOOT THE FIVE )

Shoot The Five with Xavier Porter speaks with rising #model #actress and singer #BriannaCalhoun where she discusses her career, current, and future goals. During this interview, Calhoun also shares her experiences of trauma, sexual abuse, and how she overcame personal bouts with depression and PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder). Calhoun, an amateur boxer, hopes to… Read More »

Real Difference Between Stress, Anxiety, PTSD & Depression [Desi Circus 2018]

Terry Mardi’s Mind Camp is a weekly YouTube and Instagram social media experience that utilises social media in a positive and more mindful way. An instagram community of over 7000 South Asian youth have followed music business pioneer over the past few years and on his instagram platform the community get together to discuss matters… Read More »

[Trauma Tips #4] What is an anxiety attack?

The term ‘anxiety’ is used A LOT in daily conversation. So I figured it would be good to do a video chatting about what anxiety REALLY is and what it might be like to reframe it from a physiological point of view. Enjoy and please leave a comment below! Head to my site to access… Read More »

The Effects Of The Suck It Up Culture (PTSD in EMT) | Anthony Guerne | TEDxAdelphiUniversity

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) has increasingly become a hot topic in the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) world. As a PTSD sufferer, Anthony believes that the culture in medicine needs to change. “Get over it.” doesn’t work and never did. Anthony Guerne began his career in medicine in 1990 as an emergency medical technician. In 1994… Read More »