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On May 17th, CCS medical students attended the seminar “Bridging the Gap: Psychiatric Issues in Primary Care,” … Read more »
The National Institute of Mental Health withdrew its support of the upcoming DSM V manual claiming that … Read more »
A study by the University of North Carolina School of Medicine reveals that heavy alcohol use rewires … Read more »
Hi, my name is John. I work as the Administrative Assistant at Comprehensive Clinical Services. I … Read more »
Mercedes Cisneros-Watson MA, LCPC, BCPC (Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and Board Certified Professional Counselor.) Mercedes has provided Psychotherapy … Read more »
Here is a presentation on mood disorders from medical student Harsimrat Bagga. … Read entire article »
This is a presentation on ADHD by medical student Ayman Abulawi. … Read entire article »
This is a Cherokee Tale that Dr. Martinez received from a patient one day. We hope you enjoy it as much as we do. An old Cherokee told his grandson, “My son, there is a battle between two wolves inside us all. One is evil. It is anger, jealously, greed, resentment, inferiority, lies and ego. The other is Good. It is … Read entire article »
The journal Frontiers in Human Neuroscience published an interesting article (Nov., 2012) depicting the possible health benefits of meditation. Those who focused on compassion for 20 minutes a day for 8 weeks increased the levels of activation in the amygdala, a brain center focusing on things like emotions, memory and attention. This correlated with lower levels of depression. To read … Read entire article »