What’s Causing My Mood Swings?

Do you deal with regular mood swings? A mood swing is an unpredictable rush of emotions that can make you feel irritable, confused, irrational, and maybe even alone. However, here at Reboot we want to let you know that you are not alone in this struggle. Sometimes these sudden changes in mood can be brought about by a sudden stressful … Read More

How The Brains Of People With Depression Differ From Healthy Brains

Did you know that not only can depression affect your mood, but how your brain functions as well? Here at Reboot, our team is highly trained in mood disorders like depression. Below we’ve highlighted some important facts about just how much your brain can be affected by depression. What Area Of My Brain Can Be Affected? Here are some of … Read More

How Your Brain Processes Events Differently After A Trauma

Have you or someone you love experienced a trauma and need help with their recovery? At Reboot, our team uses innovative techniques to help you heal. When you go through a trauma it is all too normal for this event to affect your day to day life, as well as the way your brain continues to function. Common Ways Trauma … Read More

What Causes Depression?

If you suffer from depression, you know that it is more than just occasionally feeling sad or listless. As a mood disorder, it can affect a person in many different ways. Including extreme mood changes, irritability, loss of interest in your favorite activities, difficulty concentration, sleep issues, fatigue, body aches and pains, and so much more. Common Causes Of Depression … Read More

What Causes General and Social Anxiety?

Living with general or social anxiety can cause you to have extra stress and discomfort during certain situations. Some of the most common symptoms include,but are not limited to: stomach pain and nausea, sweating, shaking, and even heart palpitations. So, what exactly causes a person to suffer from anxiety? Below you will find a few examples. Causes Of Anxiety Disorders … Read More

Should I Go To A Therapist?

For a long time in the United States, going to therapy was considered taboo. For many years people whispered about the advice they had gotten from their therapist, and whispered only to close friends. In recent years, however, mental health has been thrust into the mainstream, and has seemingly become a more common topic of empathetic discussion. The question of … Read More

What Causes ADD and ADHD?

For years, there was an argument that ADD and ADHD were a product of bad parenting. Many believed that as long as your children were disciplined, they wouldn’t be so willing to misbehave. Research over recent years has continually pointed to a different answer. As more research is done, many health professionals are in agreement that ADD and ADHD are … Read More

The Difference Between PTSD And CPTSD

PTSD can be a very hard condition for any person to deal with. PTSD is an abbreviation for post-traumatic stress disorder and can happen when an individual experiences something extremely traumatic, like a natural disaster or a physical threat to one’s life. PTSD is very common in combat veterans, law enforcement officers, car accident survivors, or natural disaster survivors that … Read More

What Causes OCD?

OCD is an abbreviation of obsessive-compulsive disorder, and affects people of every age and walk of life. OCD is characterized by intrusive thoughts or obsessions, and compulsive actions related to those thoughts. Many times, the individual suffering from OCD is aware that their obsessive thoughts are irrational, but the feelings caused by these thoughts are too extreme to be ignored.  … Read More

How EMDR Differs From CBT Therapy

Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) and cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) are two commonly used treatments for PTSD. Both are effective treatments, but they are very different in nature. However, the treatment that will give you the best results depends on the conditions, severity, and symptoms of your PTSD. Before talking with your therapist about treatment options, it’s best to have … Read More