Dr. Gregory Jantz

Pioneering Whole Person Care over thirty years ago, Dr. Gregory Jantz is an innovator in the treatment of mental health. He is a best-selling author of over 45 books, and a go-to media authority on behavioral health afflictions, appearing on CBS, ABC, NBC, Fox, and CNN. Dr. Jantz leads a team of world-class, licensed, and board-certified professionals providing treatment to those suffering from depression, anxiety, eating disorders, addiction, PTSD, and more. His facility, The Center • A Place of HOPE, has been voted a Top Ten Facility for the Treatment of Depression in the United States.

Some Posts from Dr. Gregory Jantz

How to Help Someone With Borderline Personality Disorder

By: Dr. Gregory Jantz  •  May 27, 2023

When someone we love lives with a mental health condition, it’s natural we want to support them in any way we can. This is true for all mental health conditions, including borderline personality disorder. But when your loved one has borderline personality disorder, it may feel more challenging to support...

The Effects of Childhood Abandonment in Adulthood

By: Dr. Gregory Jantz  •  May 22, 2023

Although there are laws to combat it, childhood abandonment still, unfortunately, happens every day. Childhood abandonment could include instances in which a parent physically abandons or gives up their child, as well as when the child is made to feel abandoned in other ways (such as through loss or neglect)....

How to Heal From Emotional Abuse

By: Dr. Gregory Jantz  •  May 17, 2023

When we talk about abuse, it’s often physical or sexual abuse that comes to mind. However, emotional abuse is more prevalent than either of these. The National Domestic Violence Hotline reports that 95% of their calls relate to emotional abuse[1].   What is emotional abuse? The National Domestic Violence Hotline...

How To Cope When Someone Is Gaslighting You

By: Dr. Gregory Jantz  •  May 12, 2023

This article is about a form of psychological manipulation called gaslighting. It explores what gaslighting is, how and why it happens, and what to do if you suspect someone is gaslighting you.   What is gaslighting? According to the American Psychological Association Dictionary of Psychology, the definition of ‘to gaslight’...

What Is the Difference Between OCD and OCPD?

By: Dr. Gregory Jantz  •  May 9, 2023

You may have heard of OCD. But there is another, lesser-known mental health condition that shares a very similar name: obsessive-compulsive personality disorder. Although these two conditions sound alike, they are, in reality, very different from one another. Because people can and do live with both, it’s important to distinguish...

How to Heal From Generational Trauma

By: Dr. Gregory Jantz  •  May 3, 2023

Most people are aware the effects of a traumatic experience can last for a long time. What you may not know is that future generations can inherit -- sometimes literally -- these effects as well. Many families have been impacted by generational trauma, and it’s possible that you are facing...

How to Calm an Anxious Stomach from Anxiety and Stress

By: Dr. Gregory Jantz  •  April 26, 2023

You’ve probably experienced this before: You’re about to make a big public speech, go on a first date, or interview for a new job. You’re feeling understandably nervous about it. But, not only are you feeling emotionally anxious – there’s an uncomfortable sensation in your stomach as well. You might...

What Are the Freeze and Fawn Responses?

By: Dr. Gregory Jantz  •  April 18, 2023

Have you ever heard of the “fight-or-flight response”? Fight and flight are both common, well-known responses to trauma and stress. They’re biological responses that we, as humans, have to confront dangerous situations. When faced with a threat, our nervous systems can react to help us fight off the threat or...

How Many Types of OCD Are There, and What Are the Different Types?

By: Dr. Gregory Jantz  •  April 12, 2023

Obsessive-compulsive disorder, or OCD, is a serious mental health condition that can become debilitating if left untreated. People with OCD experience two core symptoms: obsessions and compulsions. Obsessions are intrusive and unwanted thoughts, and compulsions are repetitive behaviors the person does to try to rid themselves of the anxiety of...

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