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Facing Depression and Anxiety With MS

Did you know depression is a symptom of MS? Lisa Emrich shares her experience living with both illnesses and offers insight for navigating through them.

By Lisa Emrich

Trouble Sleeping? An Online Insomnia Program Might Help

Digital cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) programs can cut symptoms of insomnia and boost health in people with the sleep disorder, say researchers.

By Diane Domina

Is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Right for You?

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), although popular and effective, isn't for everyone. Here are five reasons it might not be the right treatment for you.

By Merely Me

Depression and Chronic Illness: A Real Discussion

A HealthCentral contributor’s experience with depression due to living with multiple sclerosis. How she deals, and how you can, too.

By Lene Andersen, MSW

Anxiety Therapy: How to Measure Success

If anxiety starts to dominate our lives, we find ourselves constantly on edge, plagued with self-doubt, fearful, and panicky.

By Jerry Kennard, Ph.D., CPsychol., AFBPsS

CBT for Insomnia vs. CBT for Depression

Failing to treat insomnia in people with depression is argued to raise risk of relapse and slow depression recovery.

By Martin Reed

3 Ways to Express Your Emotions in a Positive Way to Reduce Anxiety

There are better ways to channeling anxiety other than blurting feelings or deeply repressing them.

By Eileen Bailey

What is Intensive Sleep Retraining and How It May Cure Your Insomnia

Waking up all night after just three minutes of sleep? This may sound like a nightmare but is actually a technique used to reverse insomnia.

By Martin Reed

How to Get the Most Out Of Your 12-Step Program

Learning to lean on others for support, celebrating small successes, and taking your time are some ways to achieve victory in a 12-step program.

By Mike Veny

Conquering Crohn's and Colitis with the Help of IBD Therapists

CBT-IBD specialty networks are small right now, but they’re growing. These therapists specialize in helping the unique challenges of living with bowel disease.

By Mandy Morgan