Your mental health touches everything you do from your personal relationships and work performance, to your physical health and the ability to lead a fulfilling life. One out of four Rhode Islanders will experience a mental illness in their lifetime, such as depression, anxiety, or an addiction. Let the brain and behavioral health experts at Butler Hospital and Care New England guide you in your pursuit of wellness. We can help you, your family, and friends have a healthier mind by learning how to prevent illness, and we can help you find your way back to health when you’re not feeling well.
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Depression can be a scary word for people. Many people struggle with seeing the signs of depression, learn more about how to help yourself or someone else who might be suffering from depression.
Recovery is possible. But for women, recovery means so much more than just getting sober.
There are turning points in everyone’s lives – often, more than one. Sometimes, we recognize we are ready for change, and we choose a different path from the one we are on. This is a truth every person in recovery has experienced when addressing his or her addiction.
Based on a recent study, news reports have suggested that antidepressant use during pregnancy increases the risk of autism in children. Specialists at Women & Infants and Butler Hospital do not agree with the interpretation of the study.