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What is Schizophrenia?

What is Schizophrenia?
If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with schizophrenia, you probably know just how overwhelming it can be. We are here for you. Schizophrenia can be a debilitating diagnosis for those who have it and for their loved ones. It is a complex condition that affects multiple aspects […]

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Coping With the Uncertainties This Holiday Season Brings

Coping With the Uncertainties This Holiday Season Brings
There is no doubt that the holiday season looks very different this year. Holidays in general can be a pretty stressful time without a pandemic. The many uncertainties, changes in tradition, loss of loved ones, and separation from family may leave people feeling even more stressed, overwhelmed, anxious, lonely, or […]

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Taking Medication for Mental Health is Okay!

Taking Medication for Mental Health is Okay!
The thought of taking medication for a mental health condition can be nerve wracking; in fact, many people even feel shamed by society for doing so. Just like the stigma with mental health in general, there is also a stigma around taking medication for mental health conditions. We want to […]

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You Are More Than A Diagnosis

You Are More Than A Diagnosis
Getting a diagnosis of a mental illness can undoubtedly be intimidating, overwhelming, and nerve-wracking to say the least. You may find yourself feeling labeled or stigmatized. Maybe you don’t even know how you feel about it because of the millions of thoughts and questions that come along with the diagnosis, […]

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Managing Mental Health in Today’s Changing Society

Managing Mental Health in Today’s Changing Society
Mental health has always been an incredibly imperative, but often overlooked, area of overall well-being due to stigma, fear of judgement, shame, etc. However, it is becoming an even more pressing topic and area of concern for many in society today, especially within the past year. So many things have […]

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Depression and Major Depressive Disorder

Depression and Major Depressive Disorder
You have probably heard the term “depression” before. Maybe you associate depression with sadness, or just feeling generally down or blue. While that is definitely part of it, it is certainly not the whole picture. Depression can manifest in different ways and each person may experience depression differently. For instance, […]

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Fragile X Syndrome Awareness Month

Fragile X Syndrome Awareness Month
Fragile X Syndrome is a complex disorder. In observance of Fragile X Awareness Month, we wanted to spread some information about the syndrome to create a better understanding for those unaffected and increase awareness. Fragile X Syndrome occurs when a full mutation of the gene FMR1 is present. This causes […]

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Suburban Research Associates Response to Racial Injustice

Suburban Research Associates Response to Racial Injustice
In light of the recent acts of racial injustice towards George Floyd and many others, the critical conversation regarding the ongoing matter of racism and racial injustice in our society has been renewed. We understand this is an incredibly tough time and sensitive topic for many. We hear you and […]

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The Importance of Self-Care

The Importance of Self-Care
It is no surprise that life can get busy and overwhelming at times. That is why practicing self-care is incredibly important, especially when faced with challenges, but even just everyday life. In the midst of busy schedules, the need to make time for ourselves is very important in today’s society. […]

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Important COVID-19 Updates for Our Patients

Important COVID-19 Updates for Our Patients
We’ve been thinking of you! We are delighted to let you know that we have responsibly reopened our practice fully to resume seeing our patients for regularly scheduled appointments and treatment. At Suburban Research Associates (SRA), safety is our top priority. As efforts concerning the containment of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) expand […]

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