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2014-08-13 20:22:40

Jason Katims and Kristen Johnston honored for educating public about behavioral health LOS ANGELES, Aug.

2014-08-13 12:28:00

Despite Expanding Generic Availability, Opportunity Remains for New Therapies, Particularly for Treatment-Resistant Depression, According to Findings from Decision Resources Group BURLINGTON,

2014-08-12 23:11:39

The latest figures show that incidents of self-harm and self-injury are on the rise. With almost 30 years of experience in clinical psychology, Dr.

2014-08-12 23:09:34

AltaPointe Health Systems' adds more school-based therapists to help students succeed in and out of the classroom.

2014-08-12 23:01:16

O, The Oprah Magazine Highlights Breakthrough Behavioral in August 2014 Issue Redwood City, CA (PRWEB) August 12, 2014 Oprah Winfrey’s magazine, O,

2014-08-12 16:26:40

His Life Should Continue to Inspire Us ALEXANDRIA, Va., Aug.

2014-08-11 23:07:33

Summit Behavioral Healthcare, LLC completes the acquisition of Victory Addiction Recovery Center, LLC. Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) August 11, 2014 Summit Behavioral

2014-08-07 23:10:45

The new partnership aims to provide all mental health professionals with the necessary resources for an effective online presence. Downers Grove, IL (PRWEB)


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Acrophobia
2013-10-21 09:15:37

Acrophobia, derived from the Greek: ákron, meaning "peak, summit, edge”, is an intense, irrational fear of heights. This is a somewhat common fear; between 2 and 5 percent of the general population suffer from a fear of heights, and twice the number of sufferers are female. Like most phobias, Acrophobia is generally attributed to a traumatic incident involving heights; however, recent studies have questioned this theory, due to the prevalence of this phobia. Some studies have suggested...

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