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    Medical Reference Related to Mental Health

    1. Schizophreniform Disorder

      WebMD explains schizophreniform disorder, including its symptoms and treatment.

    2. Trichotillomania

      Trichotillomania is an irresistible urge to pull out hair. Learn more about this mental health disorder.

    3. Getting Help for Mental Health

      The types of doctors and health providers who treat mental illness.

    4. Self-Injury

      Self-injury, also called self-harm or self-mutilation, is often a sign of deeper problems. WebMD explains its causes, symptoms, and treatment.

    5. Social Anxiety Disorder

      Social anxiety disorder is one of the most common mental disorders. Learn more.

    6. Specific Phobias

      WebMD explains various kinds of phobias, including their causes, symptoms, and symptoms.

    7. Dialectical Behavioral Therapy

      WebMD explains the benefits of dialectical behavioral therapy for borderline personality disorder and other self-destructive behaviors.

    8. Mental Health and Self-Injury

      WebMD explains self-injury behaviors, including their causes, warning signs, and treatments.

    9. Support Groups

      Support groups are commonly recommended for problems like anxiety, depression, and addictions. Learn how they can complement formal care for these and other conditions.

    10. Mental Health and Psychotherapy

      WebMD explores the role of psychotherapy in treating and managing mental illness.

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