"The writer is by nature a dreamer -
a conscious dreamer."
- Carson McCullers -
Writing & Editing
Katie is passionate about writing, especially when it comes to behavioral health, however her background is diverse and she has written for many industries including healthcare, architecture, design and even bedding. Her success in a wide variety of industries is proof that she takes the time to understand her clients and adapt her writing style to meet unique needs. Her background in journalism and public relations gives her the expertise to craft concise media-friendly pitches and press releases. Daydream Communications can help you develop copy for a variety of projects including:
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Check out some of Katie's articles for different clients...
What You Need to Know About
Prescription stimulants, like Adderall and Ritalin, which are used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and narcolepsy, are commonly misused by college students. In fact, a 2021 study found nearly one-third of college students reported misuse of a prescription stimulant. Read more.
Kids Can Buy Drugs Easier
Than You Think: What You Need to Know About Drugs on Social Media
Kids used to have limited options for where they could get drugs: friends at school, medicine cabinets or on the street. Now they don’t even have to leave the house. Buying drugs online has become increasingly popular and drug dealers are targeting kids on social media. Read more.
What You Need to Know
Anxiety levels are on the rise across the country and prescriptions for benzodiazepines, or benzos for short, are skyrocketing. This group of anti-anxiety medications include drugs such as Xanax, Ativan, Klonopin and Valium. A study conducted by Express Scripts of more than 3 million people found ... Read more.
Pandemic Causes Increase in Perinatal Mood & Anxiety Disorders
The last year has been hard on everyone, but moms are especially struggling. It has been widely reported in the news, but most of those articles focus on the economic and career impact for women. While those are valid concerns and very real challenges that exist, we are exploring the pandemic’s impact on a mom’s mental health and what challenges arise at different parenting stages. Read more.
Moms, Stress & Rising Alcohol
The pandemic has been tough on everyone, but women with children are feeling stressed to the max. The numbers say it all; 1 in 3 working women are the primary caregiver for their children. While a number of people are able to work from home, essential workers don’t have that ability. Read more.
It's Time for a Check-Up from
the Neck Up!
Every October we observe Emotional Wellness Month, but this year it seems more important than ever to take time out to examine our emotions and the impact they are having on our life. Read more.
Alcohol Awareness Month: How Much Do You Know?
Did you know that alcohol is the most commonly abused substance in the United States? One in 12 adults, or 17.6 million Americans, have an alcohol use disorder or are dependent on alcohol. Millions of others exhibit problem drinking behavior, like binge drinking. Those with a family history of alcoholism have an increased risk of developing an alcohol use disorder. Read more.
Vaping and Your Teen: What Parents Need to Know
Vaping is inhaling a water vapor that is produced by a battery-powered electronic cigarette, commonly referred to as an e-cigarette. The device has a cartridge of fluid, e-liquid or e-juice, which often contains nicotine and/or flavoring. The liquid is heated and converted into a mist that people “vape.” Read more.
The Opioid Epidemic
We all want to keep our loved ones safe, so we remind them to wear their seatbelts, refrain from drinking and driving, and put up fences around their pools. These days, we should add another reminder to the list, because one of the gravest dangers is hiding in plain sight; painkillers in your medicine cabinet. Read more.