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12 Sep 2022
Frequently Asked Questions About Suicide - CBT Kenya
Frequently Asked Questions About Suicide – CBT Kenya

Frequently Asked Questions About Suicide – CBT Kenya Those who experience suicidal thoughts often feel isolated and unable to share their burden with anyone else. This is also true for people who are concerned about a loved one, or those who have lost someone to suicide. Breaking that silence is an important part of suicide...

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19 Apr 2022
What is a Substance-Induced Mood Disorder? CBT Kenya
What is a Substance-Induced Mood Disorder? CBT Kenya

What is a Substance-Induced Mood Disorder? CBT Kenya A substance-induced mood disorder is not a condition that develops on its own. Instead, an individual must be abusing drugs or alcohol to develop this particular condition. This makes substance-induced mood disorders different from that of other co-occurring conditions, as it is not a disorder that can...

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17 Jan 2022
What is Mental Wellness? CBT Kenya
What is Mental Wellness? CBT Kenya

What is Mental Wellness? CBT Kenya We often hear about mental wellness but what is it exactly? Mental wellness is a positive state of mind; being mentally well means that your mind is able to function at your best interest. Your mental state is not affecting your wellbeing. When your mental wellbeing is at its...

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09 Oct 2021
Understanding Mental Health - CBT Kenya
Understanding Mental Health – CBT Kenya

Understanding Mental Health – CBT Kenya Part of the reason for negative attitudes and behavior towards people with mental illness is a lack of knowledge and a fear of the unknown. Anyone can experience mental illness—it’s more common than you may think. So it’s important that we try to gain a better understanding of what...

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10 Sep 2021
Suicide Prevention Awareness Month - CBT Kenya
Suicide Prevention Awareness Month – CBT Kenya

Suicide Prevention Awareness Month – CBT Kenya Suicidal thoughts, much like mental health conditions, can affect anyone regardless of age, gender or background. In fact, suicide is often the result of an untreated mental health condition. Suicidal thoughts, although common, should not be considered normal and often indicate more serious issues. While suicide prevention is...

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28 Jul 2021
Expressive language disorder - CBT Kenya
Expressive language disorder – CBT Kenya

Expressive language disorder – CBT Kenya Expressive language disorder is generally a childhood disorder. There are two types of expressive language disorder: the developmental type and the acquired type. Developmental expressive language disorder does not have a known cause and generally appears at the time a child is learning to talk. Acquired expressive language disorder...

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19 Jul 2021
Caffeine-induced anxiety disorder - CBT Kenya
Caffeine-induced anxiety disorder – CBT Kenya

Caffeine-induced anxiety disorder – CBT Kenya Caffeine-Induced Anxiety Disorder typically presents with symptoms similar to panic attacks or generalized anxiety. This can be diagnosed when there is evidence from the history, physical examination, or laboratory findings suggesting that anxiety developed within one month of caffeine intoxication. Caffeine is the most popular and widely-used drug in...

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08 Jul 2021
Binge eating disorder - CBT Kenya
Binge eating disorder – CBT Kenya

Binge eating disorder – CBT Kenya Binge eating disorder is an illness that involves eating a lot of food in a short amount of time. The person with binge eating disorder feels out of control about how much he or she eats.  More food is eaten than others eat in the same amount of time,...

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30 Mar 2021
Persistent Depressive Disorder - CBT Kenya
Persistent Depressive Disorder – CBT Kenya

Persistent Depressive Disorder – CBT Kenya Persistent depressive disorder is a type of depression. It’s less severe than major depressive disorder but an ongoing disorder.  A person with persistent depressive disorder has a sad, dark, or low mood. The symptoms last most of the day, on most days or for over a long period of...

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27 Feb 2021
Histrionic personality disorder - CBT Kenya
Histrionic personality disorder – CBT Kenya

Histrionic personality disorder – CBT Kenya Histrionic personality disorder is characterized by constant attention-seeking and emotional overreaction. People with this condition tend to over dramatize situations, which may impair relationships and lead to depression. Yet they are highly suggestible, easily susceptible to the influence of others. Dealing with a person who suffers from this personality disorder can get...

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