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Dr. Alyssa Rheingold

Well Being in the New Year

January 19, 2023

For Mental Health Wellness Month, clinical psychologist Alyssa Rheingold offers 12 prompts to boost well-being in the new year.

Substance Misuse & Holidays

December 13, 2022

While the holidays hold good cheer and promise for many, they can also bring stress and sadness for others.

Two people discuss stress and anxiety in the Modern Minds program.

A Disruptive Approach

October 24, 2022

Modern Minds is an MUSC Health program designed to treat issues like stress and anxiety.

Hands holding a yellow ribbon

Suicide Prevention Month

August 24, 2022

MUSC is part of a nationwide 'Zero Suicide Initiative' that works as a quality improvement model to help transform system-wide suicide prevention and care.

Dr. Sharlene Wedin

Pain Rehab Opioid Alternative

August 24, 2022

Dr. Sharlene Wedin discusses MUSC Health's non-pharmacological pain rehabilitation program & how it helps patients manage their pain without prescription drugs.

Baron Short, M.D.

Brain Stimulation & Depression

May 03, 2022

Dr. Baron Short looks to provide alternative treatments for patients suffering from depression, including brain stimulation techniques.

A woman in bed trying to sleep.

Persistent Nightmares

April 20, 2022

Nightmare disorder can be treated with cognitive and behavioral therapy and with medications.

People with masks of varying emotions.

Poor Coping Skills

April 08, 2022

For the average person who’s never experienced or known someone with an addiction, the disease is baffling.

Group of people sitting in a circle

Alcohol Use Disorder

March 28, 2022

Dr. Edward Thomas Lewis III discusses alcohol use disorder and MUSC Health's Center for Drug & Alcohol Programs.

Laura Carpenter

Autism Symptoms and Therapies

March 17, 2022

Dr. Laura Carpenter, an MUSC Children’s Health clinical psychologist, says there may be many types of autism and many pathways to developing the syndrome.

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