Now accepting Telehealth appointments. Schedule a virtual visit.

The Importance of Getting Vaccinated for the Flu

The Influenza (Flu) vaccination has never been so important to get until now. It is especially important to get vaccinated since we are currently in a global pandemic. The flu shot prevents you from getting sick with the flu and spreading it to others. In Addition, the vaccine can reduce the risk of flu-associated hospitalization for children, working adults, and older adults. This reduces hospitalization rates which are already increasing due to the COVID patients. Influenza is a is a contagious respiratory illness caused by the influenza virus. This virus can cause mild to severe illness which can lead to hospitalization and even death. Older adults, children, and people with certain health conditions more more susceptible to serious flu complications. The two types of influenza, type A and B, spread in people are responsible for the seasonal flu epidemic each year. The best way to keep you, your family, and others protected from the flu is to get vaccinated. 

Flu Symptoms: 

*Not eveyone with the flu will have a fever. 

Below are links where you can easily get your flu shot: 

Click the link below to find out more information from the CDC about the Influzenza Virus. 

You Might Also Enjoy...


PTSD and CPTSD are similar yet different mental health conditions. They have various commonalities within the symptoms that individuals may experience. Read to learn more about each mental health conditions.

Different Types of Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy, also referred to as talk therapy, is an approach that is used to help individuals who are experiencing a variety of mental illnesses and struggling emotionally. Learn about the different forms of psychotherapy and what differentiates them.

COVID-19 and Coping with Stress

The COVID-19 pandemic certainly made a major effect on the entire planet that brought many challenges that can initiate stressful situations in adults and children.


Obsessive-compulsive disorder, OCD, and obsessive-compulsive personality disorder, OCPD, differ from one another in various ways. They are two distinct conditions that have their own symptoms and treatment plans. Read to learn more about them!