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Mental Health Resources

Discover a wealth of insights, guidance, and practical information to enhance your practice and improve patient outcomes in a rapidly evolving healthcare landscape. Explore this comprehensive collection of articles, case studies, webinars, and industry reports to stay informed and empowered in the behavioral and mental health field.
PUBLISHED ON: January 26, 2021

2020 Mental Health Toolkit, Part 4: Nature As Therapy

We’ve seen an increased amount of society working from home due to the pandemic, meaning an increased dependence on technology and more screen time (Zoom fatigue, anyone?). On t…
PUBLISHED ON: December 27, 2020

2020 Mental Health Toolkit, Part 3: Joy

Cultivating Joy in Your World As we bring this intense, challenging year to a close, how can you best support the mental health of yourself (and possibly your clients)? We’ve pr…
PUBLISHED ON: November 20, 2020

2020 Mental Health Toolkit, Part 2: Gratitude

Strategies for Cultivating Gratitude Looking for a way to stay sane and grounded this COVID holiday season? Intentionally practicing gratitude has proven to boost your spirits d…
PUBLISHED ON: October 12, 2020

2020 Mental Health Toolkit, Part 1: Awareness & Acceptance

As those of us in the mental health field know all too well, the human brain is a funny – and powerful – thing. It’s not really programmed for calm awareness & acceptance. O…
PUBLISHED ON: May 20, 2020

A COVID-19 Mental Health Checklist

At the mercy of COVID-19, many of us are confined to our living spaces and having to manage new routines, diets, and other activities of daily living. While the situation has af…
PUBLISHED ON: October 3, 2018

How are Substance Use Disorders Categorized in the DSM-5?

How Substance Use Disorders are Categorized in the DSM-5 The current edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) has combined the prior categori…
PUBLISHED ON: October 3, 2018

4 Misconceptions About Addiction and Substance Use

While the term addiction might conjure up stereotypical images of certain demographics or substances, addiction, and substance use don’t discriminate against age, gender, or soc…
PUBLISHED ON: June 26, 2018

Barriers to Care: Eating Disorders

While eating disorders (such an anorexia, bulimia nervosa and binge eating) have the highest mortality rate of any mental illness, only one in ten people suffering from them wil…
PUBLISHED ON: June 26, 2018

Seniors and Addiction: The Silent Epidemic

Under-Diagnosed Addiction and Substance Use When looking at who is affected by addiction, those age 65 and up are the group most often under-diagnosed. According to the Office o…
PUBLISHED ON: May 20, 2018

Eating Disorders, Substance Use, and Trauma

According to the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders (ANAD), as many as 24 million Americans are affected by eating disorders. Some health experts …
PUBLISHED ON: May 20, 2018

5 Misconceptions About Eating Disorders

A wide variety of biological and environmental variables contribute to the emergence of an eating disorder and often it co-occurs alongside other conditions, such as depression…
PUBLISHED ON: November 10, 2014

Veterans’ Faces Before, During, and After War

A powerful photo spread in Upworthy shows pictures of veterans’ faces before, during and after war. Click here to all of the incredible images.