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Racial Trauma: What It Is and How Can You Heal From It

  Each July, the mental health community recognizes Minority Mental Health Month. During this month, we shine a spotlight on mental health issues and how they affect the BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) community. Perhaps one of the most pervasive of these issues is racial trauma, but it’s not discussed nearly enough.   Learning about what racial trauma is and healthy coping mechanisms…

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Kyle Holsinger Featured in The Philadelphia Inquirer

Delaware County Professional Services psychologist, Kyle Holsinger, was recently featured in The Philadelphia Inquirer. Kyle discussed how DCPS has adapted to using telehealth in their practice. Read the full article here.

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Can Telehealth Be Used to Treat PTSD?

Approximately one in every 11 people will live with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) at some point in their lives. Despite the prevalence of this disorder, a lack of awareness persists in many social circles. That’s why we take the time to honor PTSD Awareness Day each 27th of June. If you are one of the millions of people in the United States living with…

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How Telehealth Revolutionized Mental Healthcare

Telehealth is a broad term that describes remote interactions between patients and health care providers using video conferencing, remote monitoring devices, or other online communication. In just the last decade, the use and availability of telehealth services have skyrocketed. According to the American Hospital Association, just 35 percent of hospitals had any kind of telehealth service in 2010. By 2017, that number was at…

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Why You Should Include Your Pet in Your Telehealth Sessions

About 68 percent of people in the United States own a pet, including furry, scaly, and hooved friends. While pets and their owners come in all shapes and sizes, one thing is clear: pets are a beloved part of American life. In fact, 95 percent of pet owners consider their pets as members of their families. While your dog, cat, or other pet may…

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5 Tips for Managing Depression

Millions of people across the country live with at least one form of depression. Each type of depression comes with unique complications and symptoms, but they can all be serious when left untreated. Because depression is such a complex disorder, a comprehensive treatment plan often involves several strategies. Depending on the exact symptoms and their severity, a care plan may include a mixture of…

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