• Visit Us

    5540 Centerview Drive, Suite 200 Raleigh, NC 27606
  • Call or Message Us

    Phone Number: 919-559-5568
    Fax Number: 919-371-5599
  • Office Hours

    Monday - Friday: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
    Saturday: By appointments only

Tag Archives: Mental Wellness

image

Distinguishing Everyday Anxiety From Anxiety Disorder

We all experience anxiety at some point in our lives. That is because it is a normal reaction to stress, which all of us face too. However, anxiety disorder is different from everyday anxieties. It is imperative to spread awareness of the...

Read More ›
image

What Is Masturbation Addiction?

Although masturbation addiction is not a diagnosable mental health condition, it can have a huge impact on a person’s daily life, which is why it’s important that some light be shed on the issue. So, today, we at Breaking Barriers...

Read More ›
image

Choosing the Right Therapist for Your Teen

A well-trained and skilled mental health counselor can provide your child with the support that they need to cope with the problems they are facing. However, there are a variety of therapists that work with teens so, as a parent, it’s good to...

Read More ›
image

Common Causes of Anger Management Issues

Anger is a natural and instinctive response to threats. However, it becomes a problem when you have trouble controlling it. Uncontrolled anger is detrimental to a person’s physical and emotional health. As a provider mental health service...

Read More ›
image

Ending Mental Health Stigma in the African American Community

A striking aspect of mental health disorders is the universality of the stigma around it. And like every problem that pervades the fabric of the society, the minority and those who are less privileged are the ones most affected. This stigma...

Read More ›
image

Mental Health in the African American Community

To talk about mental health in the African American community is to understand the historical dehumanization and oppression they have experienced as a people, which evolved into the structural and institutional racism they face today. As a...

Read More ›