Pasadena

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Crown City Suites
600 S. Lake Ave. Suite 200
Pasadena CA 91106

Meetings:
Tues. through Fri. 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Parking entrance from S. Lake Ave. at booth. Parking is free. You may also RSVP via Meetup.

Monrovia

Pacific Clinics East
902 S. Myrtle Ave.
Monrovia CA 91016

Meetings:
Mondays 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Posts in category PTSD

Why the Fear Only Seems to Grow

The problem is that the more times your amygdala is exposed to cortisol, the more sensitive it becomes to it. What happens is that cells inside the amygdala grow more of the receptor molecules that the cortisol molecules attach to. This means you need less threat for the amygdala to send a fear signal and light up the alarms all over your body. It creates a vicious circle, where every time something threatens us, we become more sensitive to threats… The more often you are scared, the more easily you get scared.

Mood Disorders and Different Kinds of Depression

Mood Disorders and Different Kinds of Depression

Handbook for Recovery After a Suicide Attempt

Handbook for Recovery After a Suicide Attempt

Goodbye, My Friend

“I know the feeling of that buzz Dale because I died too. But I had too much to do; I could not relax and go with it.”

Finding a Mental Health Professional

A Personal Guide We’ve been there. We can help. If you or someone you know is experiencing mood swings, persistent sadness or anxiety, or having trouble sleeping or eating, you might have decided it’s time to seek help. If symptoms like these have started to interfere with your work, social or personal life—or if you experience a sudden […]

Mental Illness Stigma Project

Video from the Mental Illness Stigma Project. How many ways can you describe someone who is mentally ill?

Bipolar Affective Disorder – A Guide to Recovery

Individuals with bipolar disorder often spend many years seeking professional help and may get from three to four diagnoses from doctors before receiving a correct diagnosis. Early diagnosis is important as it can lessen the effects of the disorder on the individual. Individuals with bipolar disorder have an approximately 75-80 percent risk for alcohol and substance abuse. Marital fluctuation, chronic unemployment, and suicide are also prevalent.

Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Resources

Suicidal people suffer from inner turmoil that leaves them feeling isolated and hopeless. Many people who struggle with suicidal tendencies fail to seek the help they so desperately need. The majority of suicidal people do not want to die; they just want to stop the pain. Suicide prevention starts with the sufferer recognizing the warning signs and admitting that they have a problem. Family and friends should also pay close attention to these warning signs to ensure the sufferer finds the help they need. Simply talking about suicidal thoughts and feelings can help save a life.

Spotlight

How good therapy changes perception, which means more than most people imagine.

A New State of Mind: Ending the Stigma of Mental Illness (HD)

A New State of Mind: Ending the Stigma of Mental Illness (HD) from Each Mind Matters on Vimeo. “One in four American adults are living with a diagnosable mental illness in a given year, but many of them are afraid to reach out for the help they need. “A New State of Mind” features just […]

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