At The Center for Counseling and Health Resources, teams of psychologists, psychiatrists, and other experts provide whole-person care for those suffering from a variety of conditions. The Center’s founder, Dr. Gregg Jantz, also writes books on many of the disorders treated at the facility.
Starting November 7, 2012, The Center began giving away copies of Dr. Jantz’s newest book, Battles Men Face: Strategies to Win the War Within. The book covers a variety of behavioral issues that men struggle with, including pornography, anger, consumption, competition, escape, and emotional withdrawal. Through the end of the 30-day promotion, The Center will give away copies of the book to commenters on Dr. Jantz’s Twitter feed and Facebook page. Previous commenters have included people who live with men in high-stress professions and men who use video games as a form of escape.
To learn more about this giveaway, visit the institution’s website at APlaceOfHope.com.
A survey of approximately 235,000 adults throughout the U.S. found that nearly 10 percent of respondents met criteria for depression, according to a report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
According to the survey, 9.1 percent of adults experienced “significant symptoms” for at least two weeks prior to the survey. The figure included 4.1 percent who could be categorized as suffering from “major depression.”
To fit the category for major depression, respondents had to experience at least 5 of 8 criteria more than 50 percent of the time. These included loss of interest in doing things, sleep issues, trouble concentrating, and expressing feelings of hopelessness, among other symptoms.
Depression was most likely to affect people between the ages of 45-64, women, people with less than a high school education, unemployed individuals, and divorced or widowed individuals.
About the Center for Counseling and Health Resources: Focusing on a whole-person approach to treatment, the Center for Counseling and Health Resources offers comprehensive therapy for individuals affected by trauma, addictions, depression, and other life challenges.