The way clinical professionals and psychiatrists work with patients goes far beyond a comfortable couch. From the comfort of their home, patients can now stay engaged between appointments and understand the connection between mental and physical health. See why Dr. Debra Kissen, PhD, MHSA, has prioritized technology at her practice, Light on Anxiety.
Emotional and mental health can be fluid, changing things. Life stress, curve balls, and residing on planet Earth in 2019 can mean that emotions get intense sometimes. All things considered, you might get run down, you might feel emotionally tired,…
Debra Kissen, PhD, a member of the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, says that because stress is associated with situations where your survival or safety feels at risk, not having enough to survive on is definitely something that would trigger a stressful response in your body. And feeling stressed over a consistent period of time can be overwhelming and increase your risk for depression.
Dr Kissen, Executive Director of Light on Anxiety CBT Treatment Center, speaks with US News & World Reports about the different symptoms and signs you may be struggling with an anxiety disorder and how CBT can help you move through and past anxiety so you can live your life more fully.