The Best Breakup Songs for Your Mental Health

The Best Breakup Songs for Your Mental Health

Music helps us process our emotions, empathize with others dealing with heartache, and even provide ways to move on when we just can’t seem to. Breakup songs are so popular because they are convenient and timeless. Listening to and playing music reduces chronic stress...

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The NFL and Mental Health

The NFL and Mental Health

Mental health awareness has started to make waves the last few years in professional sports. Just earlier this year, Simone Biles - the greatest gymnast of all time - chose to withdraw from the team final competition at the Olympics, citing that she needed to focus on...

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No Wrong Door to the Right Therapy

No Wrong Door to the Right Therapy

Everyone benefits from therapy, but not every person should see the same therapist. If this enriching relationship is going to be life-altering, it ought to be a good fit. Think back to those colorful shaped pegs from your childhood. No matter how hard you tried, the...

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Settling the Patient vs. Client Debate

Settling the Patient vs. Client Debate

What are those little bugs with the glowing bootys? Lightning bugs or fireflies? How about that thing your grandparents like to do on the weekends where they buy random things they definitely don’t need? Is that a garage sale or a yard sale? Or what do you put on your...

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Physician-led Airline Medicine

Physician-led Airline Medicine

Psychiatrists are incredibly good at innovating solutions to unusual problems. Dr. Dixon has encountered managing a seizure on-board a plane. Social media is full of examples of burned-out physicians having to continue their work at 40,000 feet, while on vacation,...

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Anti-MSO =  Support, Not Control

Anti-MSO = Support, Not Control

Management services organizations seem like the perfect opportunity to help with the administrative, non-medical work involved in running a practice. Freeing up physicians to actually spend their working hours treating and helping patients instead of doing...

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Prior Authorization is Nightmarish

Prior Authorization is Nightmarish

Every second counts in managing your practice because the focus is always on the end user (client, patient, customer, etc.). In building an efficient practice, accounting for every second is vital. Anything that wastes time hurts you and your client/patient/customer....

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New Year’s Resolutions and Your Mental Health

New Year’s Resolutions and Your Mental Health

Everybody loves New Year’s; it’s a time to reflect on how far we’ve come, while looking to the future with a clean slate to make the most of the upcoming year. Over a quarter of Americans are still interested in setting New Year’s resolutions according to various...

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Mindful & COVID Update #2

I'm pretty sure I contracted COVID last February 2020 before we fully understood what was going on. I had high fevers, nasal congestion, and headaches that made me feel like my head was exploding. I went to my family care doc feeling crappy with a high heart rate and...

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The Best Breakup Songs for Your Mental Health

Music helps us process our emotions, empathize with others dealing with heartache, and even provide ways to move on when we just can’t seem to. Breakup songs are so popular because they are convenient and timeless. Listening to and playing music reduces chronic stress...

read more

The NFL and Mental Health

Mental health awareness has started to make waves the last few years in professional sports. Just earlier this year, Simone Biles - the greatest gymnast of all time - chose to withdraw from the team final competition at the Olympics, citing that she needed to focus on...

read more

No Wrong Door to the Right Therapy

Everyone benefits from therapy, but not every person should see the same therapist. If this enriching relationship is going to be life-altering, it ought to be a good fit. Think back to those colorful shaped pegs from your childhood. No matter how hard you tried, the...

read more

Settling the Patient vs. Client Debate

What are those little bugs with the glowing bootys? Lightning bugs or fireflies? How about that thing your grandparents like to do on the weekends where they buy random things they definitely don’t need? Is that a garage sale or a yard sale? Or what do you put on your...

read more

Physician-led Airline Medicine

Psychiatrists are incredibly good at innovating solutions to unusual problems. Dr. Dixon has encountered managing a seizure on-board a plane. Social media is full of examples of burned-out physicians having to continue their work at 40,000 feet, while on vacation,...

read more

Anti-MSO = Support, Not Control

Management services organizations seem like the perfect opportunity to help with the administrative, non-medical work involved in running a practice. Freeing up physicians to actually spend their working hours treating and helping patients instead of doing...

read more

Prior Authorization is Nightmarish

Every second counts in managing your practice because the focus is always on the end user (client, patient, customer, etc.). In building an efficient practice, accounting for every second is vital. Anything that wastes time hurts you and your client/patient/customer....

read more

New Year’s Resolutions and Your Mental Health

Everybody loves New Year’s; it’s a time to reflect on how far we’ve come, while looking to the future with a clean slate to make the most of the upcoming year. Over a quarter of Americans are still interested in setting New Year’s resolutions according to various...

read more

Mindful & COVID Update #2

I'm pretty sure I contracted COVID last February 2020 before we fully understood what was going on. I had high fevers, nasal congestion, and headaches that made me feel like my head was exploding. I went to my family care doc feeling crappy with a high heart rate and...

read more