Balance: Brain Health and Psychology Make New Website Live

Balance: Brain Health and Psychology are happy to announce that their multidisciplinary team of Calgary psychologists and other health professionals now have a digital footprint. The company has just launched a new website with beautiful designs, eye-catching copy and a full description of all the services they offer. Working in conjunction with GrowME Marketing, this … Read more

Therapist P. Shavaun Scott Launches New Book on Understanding and Interrupting the Pathway to Violence: ‘The Minds of Mass Killers’

Though mass killings may seem senseless, they always make sense in the mind of the killer says therapist and author P. Shavaun Scott of Portland, Oregon, whose new book, “The Minds of Mass Killers”, explores the psychological factors that motivate random rampage attacks in public places. A mental health therapist with thirty years of experience … Read more

Online Therapy Got Popular During COVID, and It’s Here to Stay

Online therapy goes by several names, such as virtual therapy, telepsychology and teletherapy. But whatever it’s called, these services became more popular during the pandemic shutdowns. Companies that provide online therapy share many similarities, although they also have some important differences. Everyday Health wrote this Talkspace review to provide more detailed information on Talkspace, one of the … Read more

What to look for in an online therapist

T Many people find themselves in need of therapy at some point in their lives, but it can be challenging to carve out time from the workday to visit a therapist’s office. However, patients may find that an online therapist offers the convenience they need to get help. Here’s what to look for in an … Read more

Killer Podcasts: True Crime From Evergreen Podcasts

Histories, paranormal and true crime—Evergreen Podcasts has launched a curated collection of killer podcasts just in time for Halloween or any time for listeners who love a thrill.  The new KillerPodcasts.com catalog features ParaTruth, The Mad Scientist Podcast, Crime Capsule and Who Killed…? and many more. These shows range from the macabre to truly bizarre, … Read more

The Benefits of Online Therapy

The internet has made virtual services of all kinds possible, and the pandemic accelerated the adoption of services like online therapy. But how can someone know if online therapy is right for them? Let’s talk about the pros and cons. Additionally, Health.com has a list of the best online therapy services so that patients can find more … Read more

History + Mystery = Crime Capsule on Evergreen Podcasts

Crime writing comes to life. There’s a road back into time where you can learn about some of the most mysterious, strange and shivering crimes of the past. It’s called Crime Capsule, and host Benjamin Morris’ in-depth interviews with noted crime authors are now part of Evergreen Podcasts’ true crime lineup.  DNA testing. The Dixie Mafia. New episodes every week delve into notable cases from coast to coast, … Read more

Become Better: Applying Emotional Intelligence

Dr. Ann Polya demonstrates how to have a better tomorrow by improving emotional intelligence, which affects thinking abilities via better memory, decision-making, and also makes success more likely – even when uncertainties prevail. Indeed, emotional intelligence will facilitate good choices in the coming technological changes of the future. Everyone has emotions and feelings – the basics of emotional intelligence – and … Read more

Prodana Launches Its Pay-It-Forward Crowdfunding Platform to Promote Mental Health Through the Power of Generosity

Prodana is the first of its kind “pay-it-forward” crowdfunding platform, allowing individuals to create “offerings” with a focus on helping others; recipients of their kindness can then make contributions to help others in turn. The platform only pays out funds raised when acts of kindness are confirmed by the recipients, while also collecting ratings and … Read more