MedicationMental HealthRelationshipTrauma
November 13, 2019

Alternative Solutions for Anxiety

Brian looks like he has the perfect life. He has a well-paying job, nice house, great wife, and two amazing kids. But his anxiety was like a dark cloud that threatened to ruin everything. He struggled with anxiety and debilitating panic attacks for years. He often isolated at home and…
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MedicationMental Health
October 7, 2019

Do Psychiatric Medications Work?

As a practicing psychiatrist, I am often asked this question both by patients as well as family members. The answer is: it depends. It depends on several important factors that patients need to be aware of, especially when they agree to trying a medication for the first time. So, what…
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Mental HealthSubstance Use/Process Addiction
September 10, 2019

Celebrating National Recovery Month

September is National Recovery Month. Recovery Month is a national observance held every September to educate Americans that substance use treatment and mental health services can help those dealing with a substance use disorder or mental health issue to live a health and rewarding life. The month celebrates the successes…
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FamilyMedicationMental HealthSubstance Use/Process Addiction
August 20, 2019

Why Are There Toilets in the Juul Room? 

E-cigarettes Through the Eyes of a Loudoun County Teen Walk into any high school or middle school bathroom. Do you smell something fruity? Something minty? That’s not air freshener. Our school bathrooms have turned into Juul Rooms. The administrators sometimes even lock the bathrooms because so many kids are vaping…
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Out and About
August 6, 2019

National Sports Medicine Institutes Annual Sports Medicine Conference

On Friday August 2, 2019 Craig James was a speaker at the National Sports Medicine Institute’s, 2019 National Sports Medicine Foundation Annual Sports Medicine Conference. The two-day conference was held at the Shenandoah University - Ashburn Campus for athletic trainers, many local and some traveled as far as Michigan, to…
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MedicationMental Health
August 6, 2019

Is Contemporary Culture Re-defining ADHD?: Lessons Derived from Limitless

For an eight year old movie, the issues that Limitless raise remain as contemporary as ever: What are the actual indications for stimulant pills? What does it say about those living in modern, western culture that they seem simply unable to function without them in modern workplace culture? If so, does…
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Out and About
July 31, 2019

Loudoun’s Favorites

Each year the Loudoun Now newspaper conducts a poll for the month of June, asking its readers to share their recommendations about their favorite places, people and businesses.  More than 6,100 names were submitted as nominations for the more than 200 categories. Insight Into Action Therapy would like to congratulate Dr.…
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Medication
July 16, 2019

What to Expect When Starting Suboxone

In 2016, in the United States: 51,969 persons died from an opioid overdose 1 million people suffered from an Opioid Use disorder Yet only about 20% of these individuals received treatment for this chronic brain disease In 2017, Virginia saw: 1,534 fatal drug overdoses, most of which were related to…
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MedicationMental Health
June 25, 2019

Does Your Psychiatric Diagnosis Matter?

The answer to this question is most a resounding yes for most patients, families, and, insurance companies. But for the millions of practicing therapists, counselors, psychologists and psychiatrists, we may not get such enthusiastic agreement on this answer. Why is that? The answer may lie in how psychiatric diagnoses are…
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