Mental Health Resources

The Highs and Lows of Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder has been in the headlines quite a lot recently. More than once this mental health disorder has been associated with erratic behavior from those in the public eye. But what Is bipolar disorder? How is it diagnosed? Let’s take a look at this complex mental health issue, and …

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Men’s Health this “Movember”

This month, we’ve been thinking a lot about men’s health. Partially this is due to the fact that November has been designated “Movember” by an Australian-based nonprofit devoted to raising awareness of (and money for) the health issues that men face. Over the past decade, Movember has raised $1.6 billion …

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Transgender Awareness

You are seen: Transgender Awareness Week

At Galen Hope, we are very proud of our commitment to gender affirming care. As the Transgender and non-binary communities face ongoing discrimination, we wanted to take a moment and discuss some of the challenges the communities face in terms of mental health and eating disorders. With Transgender Awareness Week …

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GH Joint Commission Gold Seal

Galen Hope Achieves Joint Commission Gold Seal of Approval

Prestigious accreditation recognizes Galen Hope for providing the highest quality mental health and eating disorders treatment   CORAL GABLES, November 1, 2022 – Galen Hope, an evidence-based treatment program for adults and adolescents with eating disorders and complex mental health conditions, is pleased to announce it has been awarded the Joint Commission’s …

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How to Choose the Right Eating Disorder Treatment Center for Your Teen: An Interview with Galen Hope Co-Founder Amy Boyers, Ph.D. (Part 2)

Guided by her decades of experience in helping women, men and teens of all genders heal from eating disorders, Dr. Amy Boyers co-founded Galen Hope to offer clients the most effective therapies for anorexia, bulimia, binge-eating disorder and co-occurring disorders. In this interview, Dr. Boyers discusses the challenges families face …

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Understanding and Treating Complex Mental Health Conditions: An Interview with Galen Hope Co-Founder Amy Boyers, Ph.D.

In the last few years, many people have grown more comfortable with openly talking about mental health issues, such as depression and anxiety. Perhaps in part due to our shared pandemic-era experiences with loneliness, worry and grief, the stigma associated with mental health disorders is starting to fall away. That’s …

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Focusing on ADHD

Focusing on ADHD

In the spirit of our last few discussions, we wanted to zoom in on Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. ADHD is a vastly misunderstood condition, that (like OCD, which we explored on our blog) has made its way into popular culture in ways that can be very problematic. This look at ADHD is …

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Let’s Discuss OCD Awareness

Let’s Discuss OCD Awareness

The second week of October is OCD Awareness week. This makes this a great time to talk about this much misunderstood diagnosis.   Obsessive compulsive disorder, or OCD, is a complicated condition that has made its way into popular culture. Unfortunately, much of what gets labeled “OCD” behavior simply doesn’t …

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Some thoughts for International Overdose Awareness Day

August 31 is International Overdose Awareness Day, and at Galen Hope, it is a topic that is close to our hearts. International Overdose Awareness Day is “The world’s annual campaign to end overdose, remember without stigma those who have died, and acknowledge the grief of the family and friends left …

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An Interview with Dr. Wendy Oliver-Pyatt: Part 3

Making the decision to seek treatment for trauma, anxiety, depression, anorexia, bulimia or any other eating disorder or mental health disorder isn’t easy. First, it can be hard to acknowledge that you have a problem. Second, you have to be willing to at least consider making a change. On top …

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