In the wake of Robin Williams' apparent suicide, ask our mental health experts any questions you'd like.
Submit your questions now. Our experts today are Elaine Rotenberg, Ph.D., Clinical Director at Aplert Jewish Family and Children's Service in West Palm Beach, and Josephine Healy, Assistant Clinical Director Lighthouse Recovery Institute in Delray Beach.
Thank you for all your questions! Dr. Rotenberg and I enjoyed our time with you. To learn more about the programs and services of Lighthouse Recovery Institute and Alpert Jewish Family Children's Service visit our websites at www.lighthouserecoveryinstitute.com and www.jfcsonline.com.
We always have to prove something to someone to try and look good. That mentality would make anyone feel bad. You have to feel good about you and be secure within yourself. Who cares what others think about you. They reject you that is there problem.
COntinue to SPEAK OUT about symptoms you think you might be having.. You might want to seek out a mental health professional. You can contact 211, or local agencies like Alpert Jewish Family and Chilren's Service for referrals to counselors and psychiatrists.
Lighthouse Recovery Institue is a comprehensive all women's Intensive Outpatient and Partial Hospitalization Program located in Delray Beach, Florida. Check out our website for information on how to help your daughter: www.lighthouserecoveryinstitute.com.
It is best to ask the friend if they are experiencing any symptoms of depression. The best thing you can do is be honest and open if you are concerned about your friend. A few uncomfortable questions could potentially save a life.
Some of the signs to look for in a person who might be suffering from depression are as follows: change in appetite, loss of interest in pleasurable activities, withdrawal from social activities, and changes in sleep patterns.