Ketamine Therapy

What is Ketamine? Ketamine is a relatively new drug. It was developed in 1962 but not approved for use in humans until 1970. Initially it was used as a general anesthetic and was known to have dissociative effects. It is still used in hospital settings for its anesthetic and analgesic properties. It was also used…

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Understanding Gender

What is Gender? When someone is pregnant, inevitably the first question they’re asked is whether they’re having a boy or a girl. The next set of utterances is often about their current family composition, whether they “want” the gender they’re having, or whether another boy or girl will complete their ideal family. We’re heavily socialized…

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ADHD: What You Need to Know

“Kids Will be Kids” Michael was a loveable, spirited child. He wiggled, giggled, fidgeted and moved all the time. He couldn’t sit still in kindergarten. His classmate, Olivia, was dreamy. Her head was often described as being “in the clouds”, and she frequently spent story time thinking about the flowers growing in her family’s front…

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Healing for All the People: LGBTQIA+ Support

All the Colors of The Rainbow Who doesn’t love a rainbow? For some, it’s a symbol of hope; of renewal after a storm. For others, it’s a thing of beauty and a breathtaking sight to behold. For the LGBTQIA+ community, it’s a symbol of pride and representation. Who is the LGBTQIA+ Community? LGBTQIA+ is an…

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