The expected success rate of trauma-focused CBT is nearly 80%. Learn how it works & its practical tools, straight from a neuropsychologist.
All MedCircle Video Series
Access the entire MedCircle library of video series, featuring our highly acclaimed doctors and patient heroes.
How to Support a Trauma Survivor
Everyone responds to trauma differently, but there are fundamental strategies you need to know to support them. Discover those strategies in this series.
Adult ADHD: Reach the Right Diagnosis & Treatment
Without education or treatment, adult ADHD leads to chronic fatigue, anxiety, & issues at work and at home. Here’s how to identify & manage adult ADHD.
The Comprehensive Guide to Mood Stabilizers
Get a better grasp on the pros, cons, & side effects of mood stabilizers & empower yourself to find the right, most effective medication.
Understanding Community Violence and Trauma
In some communities, nearly 90% of people experience trauma. Here’s how to effectively address the signs of trauma from community violence.
Narcissistic Leaders: Combating Their Control Tactics
Narcissistic leaders are incredibly common. Here are the strategies to spot them and combat their control tactics—straight from a leading psychologist.
Women’s Mental Health: Conquering Stress & Anxiety at Work
1 in 5 working women have anxiety or depression, & 90% of those women wish for more help from their employer. Here’s a guide for conquering these mental health issues at work.
Parenting through Addiction: A Story of Support and Resilience
Supporting children with addiction is crucial. Discover one parent’s story of support, resilience, & triumph over her own mental health obstacles.
Somatic Experiencing Therapy: How to Set Yourself Free from Trauma
More than half of the population has experienced trauma. Learn about this groundbreaking body-focused therapy that addresses trauma in a new way.
Health Psychology: Uncover and Improve Your Mind-Body Connection
Improving the critical connection between physical & mental health calls for so much more than just “self-care.” Here’s your crash course on health psychology.