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Tranquil Moments Sound Therapy
Indirect healing: Art therapy is one method of activating different parts of the brain to promote physical, mental and emotional healing from an injury, an illness, or emotional distress. Sometimes thinking too much actually gets in the way of recovery and gets us "stuck, " so creative therapies engage different parts of the brain instead. Ie post-stroke language recovery - some people can sing before they can talk. ...Read more
Equine Therapy: Equine therapy ("hippotherapy") can be especially helpful for children & adults with neuromuscular, sensory, and cognitive disorders. It can help these people develop social skills, body coordination, and build self-esteem and self-confidence. It can help other people improve their communication styles, as horses show directly how they're being affected by humans' behavior. ...Read more
Yes: Tinnitus has to be workup by an ENT before going to sound therapy. At your age tinnitus usually is rare unless you are a musician or have been going to concerts a lot or exposed to loud noises. But certain brain conditions at your age can cause it too. See your ENT doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I resisted an OCD thought and feel scared. Doing erp therapy. Does this sound like i'm making progress?
What do you think?: I imagine you think you are, but that you are afraid you might be wrong. This would be a fine topic to discuss with your therapist. It might advance your treatment. That would change the moment into one for confidence instead of fear. Wouldn't that be nice? It also might help your therapy to readjust the speed so that you'd feel a bit less scared as you progress. That would be fine, too. Best! ...Read more
7yo cannot say th sound (matthew). Had speech therapy from 2-4 yo. Is this cons age app, or should I push for eval bc of prior speech problems?
Cd. be a problem: If your son was born hearing english and he still can't say "th", he would probably benefit from speech therapy. Can he do initial or final "th"? It does matter. This could be a problem with using the muscles that make this sound or it could be a more straight-forward anatomic problem. If the school does not consider this significant enough to warrant therapy, a private therapist can help. ...Read more
I had a lisp in elementary school. I went to speech therapy. I'm not sure if it was fixed. When i say a word that has an s in it. Sounds like a hiss?
Evaluate ; re-focus: Consider getting a professional evaluation of your speech first. Most likely you are focused on a problem that no longer exists or is miniscule. Friends or a therapist can help you to broaden your focus and find other ways to measure self-worth. A family member went through something similar and she is fine. Peace and good health! ...Read more
In which case the add of Seroquel as a booster for lithium therapy sounds wise? I don't have thyroid issues and I'm kinda quetiapine-sensitive person
Discuss with Doc.: There are other medications that can add as boosters , so if you are concerned, bring this up to your doctor and you can discuss other options. ...Read more
I have physical therapy and they use this certain ultra sound stuff and my neck and back is breaking out? Could I be allergic ?
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