Anxiety and Depression Awareness Week

The Pandemic has anxiety and depression on the rise: It’s okay to get help. More than 60 million Americans suffer from anxiety and depression in an average year, including teens and children. But this past year, the COVID-19 pandemic has had a profound impact on many areas of everyone’s lives, especially mental health. Now more […]

Program for Post COVID Illness

MANA Physicians Launch Program to Care for People with Post COVID Illness April 13, 2021 — FAYETTEVILLE, AR – MANA Medical Associates is offering a Post COVID Recovery Program for people who are experiencing symptoms weeks after their initial COVID illness at several of their locations in Northwest Arkansas.   Months after a COVID-19 diagnosis, […]

Stress Awareness

Since 1992, April has been designated Stress Awareness Month. This year, Americans are more stressed than ever. But do we need stress awareness? Maybe we should just put on a happy face and move on. What is stress awareness? Stress awareness doesn’t mean that we should wallow in stress and feel bad. It means we […]

Alternative Therapy for Depression

Hope for Stubborn Depression: TMS offers alternative therapy Depression is one of the leading causes of disability in the world and affects at least 17 million Americans each year. Finding the right treatment can take time, but there’s one alternative therapy for depression that may help relieve its symptoms when nothing else seems to work […]

Happy New Year!

We wish you a safe and happy new year! Some MANA clinics are closing early for New Year’s Eve. All MANA clinics are closed on New Year’s Day.  We look forward to serving you in the New Year! December 31, 2020 MANA Family Medicine Har-Ber – Closing at 12:00 pm MANA Family Medicine Springdale – […]

Getting Help for Major Depression

It’s normal to experience sadness or grief after trauma, a tragic experience, or a loss. Feeling sad is not the same thing as having depression, however. Major depression is a serious medical illness that can affect your mood, your actions, your physical health, and your overall quality of life. Depression is one of the most […]

Welcome Nick Hopkins, APRN!

We’re excited to welcome Nick Hopkins, APRN, to the MANA team. Nick joins the mental health professionals at Northwest Arkansas Psychiatry on June 1st, 2020. Nick is an advanced practice registered nurse specializing in psychiatric care and mental health. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Nursing at the University of Arkansas. Nick then went […]

Are You Experiencing Stress?

Everyone experiences stress – but do you know when you’re experiencing stress? Stress is a very normal response to changes in our environment. Stress can be positive (e.g., winning a race, getting a promotion) and even useful in small amounts, but too much negative stress—or feeling stressed for too long—can be bad for your health […]

A Friendly Reminder from NWA Psychiatry

The coronavirus pandemic has affected us in many ways, but we still have choices. The staff at Northwest Arkansas Psychiatry reminds us that positivity has power, even during this difficult time. What’s positive about your day during this time of crisis? “Positivity is a big deal during this time. When people are able to come in […]

New Tech Treats Depression Fast

People with Major Depressive Disorder now are able to access a highly successful, innovative treatment that only takes a short amount of time to produce big results. With Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) Therapy, patients at NWA Psychiatry can receive fast treatment for major depression without medication, pain, or side effects.  “I feel like I am […]