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Meditation and mindfulness’s role in mental health
Meditation and mindfulness work has come into the mental health spotlight in recent years. If ...
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Information on ADHD’s history and treatment timeline
ADD and ADHD are often confused for one another – or some people might use them interchangeably. ...
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Everything ADHD: Frequently asked questions & sample diagnostic test
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a mental health disorder that causes hyperactive ...
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Common reasons to seek couples therapy
Every relationship has its struggles and ups and downs. It can be difficult to discern whether a ...
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Why does EMDR therapy work?
EMDR stands for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. Since its development in 1989, more ...
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What is Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)? And how to treat it?
The autumn shift to daylight savings time often brings an unwelcome guest: seasonal depression. If ...
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Role of supplements in mental health
Mental health is a vital component of overall health and wellbeing. Several factors contribute to ...
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What conditions does EMDR therapy treat?
EMDR is a fairly new, nontraditional form of psychotherapy. You might be wondering whether it’s a ...
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Do you have to be married to seek couples therapy?
For many people, the terms “couples therapy” and “marriage counseling” are synonymous. But not ...
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A look at vitamin B deficiencies
Diseases were initially associated with deficiency of the Vitamin B complex and other vitamins such ...
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What is EMDR therapy? How to know if treatment is right for you
What is EMDR? EMDR stands for Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing. It’s a fairly new, ...
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Beneath the Surface of ADHD: The ADHD Iceberg
To understand the ADHD iceberg, first picture an iceberg: a chunk of ice is visible above the ...
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How to find a telepsychiatrist
Remote therapy and telepsychiatry have quickly become more prevalent for handling counseling, ...
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What are the differences between anxiety and panic attacks?
Anxiety and panic attacks are no joke. But when you’re in the middle of an anxious episode or ...
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Myths and facts about depression
Depression is an often-misunderstood mental health condition. There are plenty of misconceptions ...
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Treatment Modalities for ADHD
When it comes to treating ADHD, there’s no one-size-fits-all approach. For the best outcomes, most ...
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Understanding depression
Elizabeth is a 32-year-old mother of two young children with a professional career. Recently, ...
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The many faces of depression
Although depression is a well-recognized mental health condition, not all cases of depression are ...
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Exercise and mental health
"The key to a healthy life is to have a healthy mind."  This proverb isn't just a phrase, but a ...
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How to find the right therapist
So you have decided to begin seeing a therapist. Good for you! Working with a therapist can be one ...
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How to book a psychiatrist appointment
Seeing a psychiatrist to manage your medications can be an important part of a mental health ...
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How therapy can support your relationship
Seeing a couple's therapist can feel like a drastic measure in a relationship. But it doesn’t have ...
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Is EFT tapping (Emotional Freedom Technique) for you?
In 1995 Gary Craig introduced a tapping technique called EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique).  EFT ...
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CBD and Medical Marijuana for Mental Health
If you’ve ever struggled with your mental health, you know how difficult it can be to manage the ...
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Can a nurse practitioner diagnose depression?
Building your "village" for tackling mental health challenges is often the first step to breaking ...
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How to manage stress around the holidays
The holidays can be a magical time for family and friends to gather and enjoy each other’s company. ...
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Anxiety and Depression FAQs: Overview What to Know
A lot of people experience anxiety or depression at some point in their lives. These experiences ...
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Therapist vs. Psychiatrist: What To Know
In the mental health world, psychiatry and psychology often tend to overlap. This can make it ...
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How to get the right mental health medication for you?
There are many types of mental health medication(s) available and they tend to work differently for ...
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Soho Savvy
We are serving clients in Illinois and Nevada! Illinois Illinois Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner ...
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Mental Health Tip Of The Month
Radical Acceptance We did it, we made it through 2020!! To say that 2020 was unlike any other, is ...
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Recipe Of The Month
Chicken Minestrone This year’s New Year’s eve may be a little different compared to all the others. ...
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Spotlight Shine Bright | NP Jacquelyn Howell
NP Jacquelyn Howell Jacquelyn has expertise in evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of psychiatric ...
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New to the Team
Shareefah Davis NP Shareefah Hamilton Davis is a board-certified Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner. ...
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This Month In Mental Health
Coloring Pages Studies have shown that coloring can help with stress relief, as it is a type of art ...
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Meditation and mindfulness’s role in mental health
Meditation and mindfulness work has come into the mental health spotlight in recent years. If ...
Learn More
Information on ADHD’s history and treatment timeline
ADD and ADHD are often confused for one another – or some people might use them interchangeably. ...
Learn More
Everything ADHD: Frequently asked questions & sample diagnostic test
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a mental health disorder that causes hyperactive ...
Learn More
Common reasons to seek couples therapy
Every relationship has its struggles and ups and downs. It can be difficult to discern whether a ...
Learn More
Why does EMDR therapy work?
EMDR stands for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. Since its development in 1989, more ...
Learn More
What is Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)? And how to treat it?
The autumn shift to daylight savings time often brings an unwelcome guest: seasonal depression. If ...
Learn More
Role of supplements in mental health
Mental health is a vital component of overall health and wellbeing. Several factors contribute to ...
Learn More
What conditions does EMDR therapy treat?
EMDR is a fairly new, nontraditional form of psychotherapy. You might be wondering whether it’s a ...
Learn More
Do you have to be married to seek couples therapy?
For many people, the terms “couples therapy” and “marriage counseling” are synonymous. But not ...
Learn More
A look at vitamin B deficiencies
Diseases were initially associated with deficiency of the Vitamin B complex and other vitamins such ...
Learn More
What is EMDR therapy? How to know if treatment is right for you
What is EMDR? EMDR stands for Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing. It’s a fairly new, ...
Learn More
Therapist vs. Psychiatrist: What To Know
In the mental health world, psychiatry and psychology often tend to overlap. This can make it ...
Learn More
Anxiety and Depression FAQs: Overview What to Know
A lot of people experience anxiety or depression at some point in their lives. These experiences ...
Learn More
What are the differences between anxiety and panic attacks?
Anxiety and panic attacks are no joke. But when you’re in the middle of an anxious episode or ...
Learn More
Soho Savvy
We are serving clients in Illinois and Nevada! Illinois Illinois Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner ...
Learn More
Can a nurse practitioner diagnose depression?
Building your "village" for tackling mental health challenges is often the first step to breaking ...
Learn More
New to the Team
Shareefah Davis NP Shareefah Hamilton Davis is a board-certified Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner. ...
Learn More
Exercise and mental health
"The key to a healthy life is to have a healthy mind."  This proverb isn't just a phrase, but a ...
Learn More
Everything ADHD: Frequently asked questions & sample diagnostic test
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a mental health disorder that causes hyperactive ...
Learn More
Mental Health Tip Of The Month
Radical Acceptance We did it, we made it through 2020!! To say that 2020 was unlike any other, is ...
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Erin Delaney,
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George Suarez,
Call Center Manager

Beyond The Therapy Session, is a podcast hosted by Erin Delaney and George Suarez, two members of the SohoMD family. Erin is a psychiatric nurse practitioner who is passionate about women’s issues and George is a call center manager who enjoys basketball and steaks. Through their conversations with guests, they offer their clinical insight and an exploration of the psychiatric perspective across a wide scope of topics. Erin and George bring their distinct points of views with the common goal of dismantling the complexities of mental health and how it is essential when looking to lead a productive healthy and happy life.

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The Difference Between Anxiety and Panic Attacks

In today’s episode of Beyond the Therapy Session, George and Erin discuss the topic of anxiety. They define anxiety as per the DSM ( Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders) and distinguish between generalized anxiety, panic attacks, panic disorders and stress.

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National Couple Appreciation Month with Susan Milstein, PHD

In order to honor “National Couple Appreciation Month”,  (April),  Erin and George converse with Susan Milstein, PHD who is a Human sexuality Education and Certified Health Education Specialist.

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Robin Kempner, SohoMD’s Behavioral Health Director, Talks about Trauma

In this episode, Erin and George talk with the Robin Kempner, SohoMD’s Behavioral Health Director. They have an illuminating conversation about trauma, which is not limited to Post Traumatic stress Disorder (PTSD).

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Improv with Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner and Artist Amaka Orji

In this episode Erin and George have a fun conversation with the psychiatric nurse practitioner Amaka Orji, who is also an artist. This is in fact a reunion between friends and colleagues reminiscing about the good old days.

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Functional Medicine with Dr. Bongiorno and Dr. Jospitre

In this episode Erin and George have a profound discussion with the naturopathic doctor, author, lecturer Dr. Peter Bongiorno, and the psychiatrist and co-founder of SohoMD Dr. Jacques Jospitre jr.. The two doctors speak about the relationship between naturopathic and allopathic medicine and how they complement each other.

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Conversation with SohoMD's HR Director, Caroline DeFreitas

In this episode Erin and George have a candid conversation with SohoMD's HR Director, Caroline DeFreitas. Caroline recounts her early days at SohoMD when it was only the three of them, her and the doctors, (Dr. Jospitre and Dr. Ratush).

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Sex with Dr. Ratush

In this episode Erin and George converse with Dr. Edward Ratush, one of the founders of SohoMD, to talk about sex and why he decided to specialize in sex therapy.

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Happy New Year 2022!

In this short episode, Erin and George wish their listeners Happy New Year and share some insights as to what's in store for the second season of Beyond the Therapy Session podcast!

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The Retrospective

George and Erin have a retrospective on the first six episodes of the podcast, highlighting key moments, their experiences, and the future of the show.

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Nutritional Psychiatry with Dr. Uma Naidoo

Dr. Naidoo talks about her journey of integrating psychiatry and nutrition and the art of cooking into her nutritional psychiatry practice.

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The Science of Sleep

Learn the importance of sleep and the elements that can affect the sleep cycle. From drinking a glass of wine before bed to the ideal room temperature.

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Coversation with Dr. Catherine Birndorf

In this episode, Erin and George meet with Dr. Catherine Birndorf, founder of the Motherhood Center in New York City, a hub for perinatal mental health.

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NYC is Now Open

As New York City reopens, we discuss the thoughts and behaviors surrounding the next phase of the “new normal” from different perspectives.

Mental Health Month
Mental Health Month

With the help of four colleagues, Erin and George ask and answer "what does mental health mean to me". We also discuss the importance of mental health maintenance.

All material presented herein is intended for informational purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical
advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your doctor or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding
a medical condition. If you think you may have a medical emergency, call your doctor or 911 immediately..

Free Your Mind With Art

SohoSphere | Coloring Books

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Welcome to SohoSphere Coloring Book. Studies have shown that coloring can help with stress relief, as it is a type of art therapy. It can help keep your mind focused and distract you from your stressors. It can bring you into a whole other dimension, a way to express yourself using colors and creativity. Here are some FREE printable coloring pages that you can download and color in times of stress or boredom. Please check back soon for many more fun coloring and worksheet downloads!

Feel free to complete your artwork and tag us @sohoMD on Facebook and/or Instagram, we would love to see your finished pieces!

Measure Your Attention Score

SohoMD is committed to cognitive health, which is why we are introducing cognitive performance assessments from CBS Health to measure how your brain is doing over time

We all have a subjective idea of how our brains are doing, some days we feel “off” or have “brain fog,” while other days we feel like we can take on the world. But how much better are we on the good days? Click below to try this fun 90 second sample test, which compares your attention to the rest of the population.

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