Mental health

Young people sent hundreds of miles from home for mental health treatment – with deadly consequences | UK News

Children and young people are being sent hundreds of miles from home for mental health treatment – ​​with sometimes deadly consequences – despite a government pledge to end such placements by the end of last year . Two months ago, 20-year-old Lauren Bridges committed suicide. She was alone in a …

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Camas Prairie blocked by mental health crises | North West

GRANGEVILLE – The plight of an inmate languishing in the Idaho County Jail for months highlights the critical lack of mental health treatment options on the Camas Prairie. A group of about 36 county and state officials met Thursday at the Soltman Center in Grangetown to discuss the first steps …

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Mental Health Resources for Children in El Paso

EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) — School districts and resource providers in the El Paso area said they are seeing more and more children struggling with mental health issues since the pandemic. According to statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in 2020, suicide was the second leading cause …

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Artists use football to fight mental health

2022 marks the year of the UEFA Women’s Euro and the FIFA Men’s World Cup. All this week, VICE and GOAL will collaborate to publish insightful and interesting stories from the world of football and fan culture, featuring VICE fans at GOAL and GOAL fans at VICE. “We should talk …

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Psychiatrists concerned about Ukraine’s long-term mental health issues

Kyiv — Irina, her husband and their 4-year-old son hid in the basement of their home in Chernihiv, north of kyiv, for three weeks as heavy fighting, including a tank battle, raged around them. “At first, my son seemed to be doing well,” she says. “But then, with relentless stress, …

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CDC warns of steep decline in teen mental health

The findings are based on a survey of a nationally representative sample of 7,700 teenagers conducted during the first six months of 2021, when they were in the middle of their first full pandemic school year. They were asked about a variety of topics, including their mental health, alcohol and …

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USG Senate Approves Language of Referendums on DEI Committee, Mental Health Initiatives

The Senate Undergraduate Government (USG) approved the language of three referendums at its meeting on Sunday, March 27, including two Senate-sponsored referendums regarding the committee on diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) and mental health care, and a student-sponsored referendum calling on the University to stop using Caterpillar machines. Before the …

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Just ONE serving of vegetables a day is enough to improve mental health!

Inasmuch asLEEDS, England — We all know that eating more fruits and vegetables can help us lose weight and improve our physical health. But for super picky eaters who simply refuse to eat vegetables, what if they only ate one? Research conducted in London shows that even a single serving …

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Portland Library Convention Focuses on Expanding Mental Health Help

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Thousands of librarians from across the country are in Portland for a convention, where the Association of Public Libraries is focused on more than just how to engage more readers and expand libraries digital. One of the goals is how to help the growing number of …

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The DSP takes a creative approach to meeting the mental health needs of officers

DELAWARE – “When you start policing and you get out of the academy, your backpack is empty. Maybe he has some rocks from your childhood or difficult experiences. During policing, you end up putting a lot of rocks in that backpack,” Delaware State Police Capt. Jennifer Griffin said. It’s a …

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Pop-up Mental Health Gym returns to Kings Park

On Saturday March 19, Macon Mental Health Matters will be hosting a pop-up mental health gym from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Kings Park (3296 Kingston Court). The pop-up gym returns to Kings Park after being there in August 2021. Gyms have been making their way across the community …

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Bill would expand mental health care services – CBS Boston

BOSTON (AP) — Gov. Charlie Baker on Tuesday unveiled a bill he says would help expand access to primary care and mental health services and help control rising health care and health care costs. prescription drugs. The Republican detailed the legislation during a stop at a health care center in …

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Star Shooters benefits mental health charities

LOWELL, mi. — A teenage girl from West Michigan found what she said soothed her brain, and it changed not just her life, but the lives of others. Star Shooters was born out of a pretty dark time. Like many of us, Mara Carbines’ struggles have intensified during the pandemic. …

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Trae Young discusses mental health in new initiative

Late in the fourth quarter of last night’s win over the Clippers, Hawks point guard Trae Young saw teammate Onyeka Okongwu cut to the brim. Young’s teamwork with Okongwu turned a typical piece into an alley-oop of highlights. That’s what the Hawks and their All-Star point guard do on and …

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Teachers call for student mental health to be a priority amid COVID-19 tumult | local education

Elizabeth Beyer | Wisconsin State Journal Teachers and students are concerned that the Madison School District failed to deliver on its commitment last year to make student mental health a top priority as they returned to class full-time after a year of online learning. Madison is looking to start the …

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Friends of Alexandria Mental Health Center define what it means to have friends

Current and past board of Friends of Alexandria Mental Health Center (left to right): Betty Livingston, Afework Eshetu, Rebecca Grueneberger, Susan Draschler and Dan Sweeney. (Courtesy picture) ALEXANDRIA, VA — It’s a small nonprofit with big impact and a vibrant spirit, and yet it’s one of our city’s best-kept secrets. …

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DARPA plans an MRI equivalent for mental health

Since September 11, 2001, more than 30,000 active duty personnel and veterans have committed suicide – four times more than those killed in post-9/11 military operations. Current methods for detecting early signs of behavioral and mental health risk factors rely on self-report and screening questionnaires, which cannot reliably predict suicidality. …

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State officials tour a new mental health facility

JACKSON, Tenn. – Heads of state visited the central city to see a new facility. Several state and local leaders toured the new mental health facility that will be part of the Madison County Jail. “Being able to come down and see what’s going on and how that money is …

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Army commander wants to normalize mental health care after spate of soldier suicides

Aerial view of Fort. Winright. (US Army photo) The Army confirmed that 11 Alaska-based soldiers died by suicide in 2021. Six of the soldiers were based at Ft. Wainwright, and five were at Joint Base Elmendorf Richardson. The deaths of six other Alaskan soldiers, five of whom were Ft. Wainwright, …

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Mental Health Foundation calls on industry to do more for player wellbeing

Share this article The British non-profit Mental Health Organization is calling on the gaming industry to do more to take care of the mental health of its players. The group issued five recommendations to game makers today after conducting a research project in which it tracked the gaming habits of …

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Maine Med President: Lack of state investment in mental health is a major driver of ER violence

Imagine coming to work every day and wondering, “Is this the day I will be physically or verbally assaulted? Sadly, that’s become reality for the healthcare heroes who work in our state’s emergency departments, like the one at Maine Medical Center. Lucy Dawson, a member of the Maine State Nurses …

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In a high-definition video module, a counselor named Donna walks down a street while describing methods of approaching patients who are experiencing mental health issues. “[It] is a very sensitive issue, so it’s natural to feel a little uncomfortable asking questions about it,” she says. She reminds me that “it …

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Minded, a telehealth platform specializing in mental health medication management, raises $25M – TechCrunch

of mind, a psychiatry-focused telehealth company specializing in consumer mental health medication management, raised $25 million in seed funding. Launched in 2021 in New York, Minded offers consumers access to online psychiatry. Minded is currently available in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Florida, Texas, Illinois, and California. The company says …

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Behavioral Wellness Brings Community Meditation App to Soothe Mental Health | Good for Santa Barbara

Posted on February 20, 2022 | 09:00 Santa Barbara County Department of Behavioral Wellness [email protected] joined a statewide collaborative project administered by the California Mental Health Services Authority to offer free Headspace meditation apps to the community, available in English and Spanish. Headspace is a technology application created “to improve …

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School mask debates impact children’s mental health, parents say – NBC Chicago

The school mask debate has swept through Chicago-area communities in recent weeks and it can impact your child’s mental health. NBC 5 spoke to parents on both sides of the mask debate who said their children were anxious and confused by the reactions and decisions of people who may or …

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Teen depression: Why is anxiety rising in teens during the COVID pandemic?

A mother finds a drawing of a tombstone among her son’s schoolwork. “Rest in peace,” the caption read. “Maybe I better die.” The boy is 10 years old. Terrorized, she turns to marriage and family therapist Laurie Singer. That a child so young has mental health issues comes as no …

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UW Health: Psychologist stresses importance of mental health in pediatric cancer care

MADISON, Wis. – Today is International Childhood Cancer Day, and an expert from UW Health Kids shares her perspective on the importance of mental health throughout the childhood cancer care journey a family. According to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, hundreds of children are diagnosed with cancer each year …

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UCC launches Innsightful wellness program to aid student mental health // The Observer

The University Guidance Center (UCC) tries to evolve by partnering with Insightfula company aimed at helping young adults manage their stress and other emotions. Notre Dame is piloting a 12-week program to improve student mental health. The deadline for students to apply for the program was February 4. This program …

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Sacred Heart tackles mental health as ‘the most pressing need on campus’

FAIRFIELD — Larry Wielk, dean of students at Sacred Heart University, has seen more students request mental health-related leaves in the past year and a half than in the past three to five years. While mental health issues existed before the pandemic, Wielk believes needs have tripled since COVID, particularly …

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TikTok trend of ‘mucus fishing’ harms eye and mental health, doctors warn

Hope you had the foresight to avoid this one. ‘Mucus fishing’ is TikTok’s latest gross trend, in which users brush gunk out of their irritated eyes using cotton swabs and their own fingers, as it seems is aesthetically pleasing or soothing to view – for some people. But it can …

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FEMA shares mental health resources for children affected by Storm Ky.

HOPKINS CO., Ky. (WFIE) – FEMA has shared a list of children’s mental health resources to help families deal with the aftermath of December’s tornado. Laura Day is a therapist at River Valley Behavioral Health and she has worked with many children who have been affected by the storm. “They …

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Mark Selby should be applauded for speaking out about his mental health struggles, says Gary Wilson

Gary Wilson says he’s on the road to recovery after battling depression. In January last year, Wilson went public with how much he had suffered, with a display of frustration in a league match against John Higgins. But now, after the help of a sports psychologist, the 36-year-old is “in …

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Blair shows success in accessing mental health services

BLAIR, Neb. (WOWT) – Getting mental health services for people who live in small towns has been a constant struggle. “It’s hard to get people to rural areas if you don’t live in the countryside, city dwellers tend not to want to move to a small town to provide these …

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Cardinal Care provides mental health services at CFAUSD

CHIPPEWA FALLS, Wis. (WEAU) – The pandemic has impacted many aspects of life, including children’s mental health. The Chippewa Falls Area Unified School District is taking steps to make mental health care more accessible to students. Cardinal Care provides students in grades 4-12 with access to mental health care while …

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State to expand behavioral health services | News

BOSTON — Governor Charlie Baker is taking steps to expand access to behavioral health services as the state grapples with a pandemic-fueled mental health crisis. The Baker administration is diverting $115 million to create a behavioral health hotline that would operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week, set …

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First Behavioral Health Urgent Care Facility in Development for Mecklenburg County

The Smith Family Behavioral Health Urgent Care (BHUC), a one-of-a-kind facility in Mecklenburg County, is under development and slated to open in early 2023 in east Charlotte. The Mecklenburg County government, the Steve Smith Family Foundation, Alliance Health, Daymark Recovery Services and others have partnered to develop the center, a …

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Little Village community groups call for mental health resources after gang shooting kills 8-year-old | Latin Voice | Chicago News

The fatal shooting of 8-year-old Melissa Ortega in Little Village shines a light on the town’s disturbing gun violence. Ortega was crossing the street with her mother when police say she was shot by 16-year-old Emilio Corripio. Prosecutors say the teenager was shooting rival gang members. Xavier Guzman, 27, the …

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Mental health services in Florence

NEWS Mental health services in Florence Jane Farrell 28 January 2022 – 10:11 to share Feeling heard when you are struggling and knowing when and where to find help is crucial for those in need of mental health assistance. For many who have been transplanted to Italy, it can feel …

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COVID restrictions have negatively affected our school culture and our mental health – The Williams Record

As we enter the third year of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Williams experience has been fundamentally altered by the social restrictions imposed by the administration on our community. For many students, the strong community connection idealized in admissions materials and alumni anecdotes were among the main reasons we were drawn …

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Wellness teams harness digital tools to better connect students to mental health services | News

The last thing a distressed person needs is a barrier. Yet this is what many face when trying to navigate systems meant to provide resources and support – like an overworked student trying to navigate a resource-rich website. Many would agree with online browsing best practices that advise websites to …

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“The Human Behind the Badge” – CBS Denver

DENVER (CBS4) – As the pandemic nears the two-year mark, an organization in Colorado hopes to get mental health assistance for healthcare workers. The All Clear Foundation receives nearly $2 million from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to reduce burnout and promote wellness. (credit: All Clear Foundation) …

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ON EDGE: State agencies to audit struggling 10-county West Edge mental health center

Three state agencies launched a joint audit of Mind Springs Health, sending state investigators to examine the nonprofit mental health agency’s documents and financial records for 10 Western Slope counties. The organization, one of 17 regional community mental health centers that receive millions of dollars each year in public funding, …

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How to take care of your mental health if you’re at home with Covid-19

For many of us, catching COVID and self-isolating at home can be a lonely, scary and harrowing experience. For those with a pre-existing mental illness, it can be even more difficult. The following strategies are designed to help you take care of your mental health if you contract COVID and …

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Hi, How Are You Project’s Happy Habit-A-Thon Mental Health Focus

Hi, How are you Project hosting Happy Habit-A-Thon Happy Habit-A-Thon is an international, multi-day awareness and fundraising event with the goal of helping people integrate daily tasks to improve mood, energy and focus on mental health. FOX 7 Austin’s Tierra Neubaum has the details. AUSTIN, TX – the Hi, how …

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A personal zoom: Quitting my job improved my mental health and my mission

It’s too early to tell if 2022 will continue “The Great Resignation,” where million americans, a record number, left their workplaces in 2021, wanting more money, flexibility or fulfillment. Even though my salary was low, I never thought I would join their ranks. Why should I? I loved being a …

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Jamie Lynn Spears on dealing with trauma and her mental health

Jamie Lynn Spears appeared on an episode of hello america, during which she tearfully opened up about her strained relationship with Britney Spears, after her sister’s arduous conservatorship battle ended. Along with discussing the current situation with her family, Spears bravely revealed her struggle with trauma and mental health. In …

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US sees mental health in crisis – Leavenworth Times

Maureen Groppe and Sarah Elbeshbishi USA TODAY WASHINGTON – An overwhelming majority of Americans believe the United States is in the throes of a real mental health crisis, according to a new USA TODAY / Suffolk University poll. Almost two years after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has …

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Pete Davidson pays tribute to Bob Saget after his death

Pierre Davidson paid a vibrant tribute to Bob Saget shortly after the announcement of the sudden death of the former “Full House”. The “Saturday Night Live” star described Saget as “one of the nicest men on the planet” who has always looked after him and his sanity. “When I was …

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Ellenberg and Manley: Mental health and addiction as a public health crisis

We’ve seen the headlines and reports, social media posts and countless podcasts. COVID-19 has brought to light existing gaps in our systems that have left us all exposed. But for decades before the coronavirus became part of our lexicon, these shortcomings began to manifest on our streets, in our schools, …

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Therapist says distance learning is bad for mental health

School districts in New York State are grappling with the possibility of switching to distance learning due to the increase in COVID-19 cases. Experts say distance learning can be detrimental to children. Tharaha Thavakumar, School-Based Therapist through Genesee Mental Health and Rochester Regional Health, speaks on distance learning. What would …

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The bill would dedicate two days to student mental health

BOSTON (State House News Service) – The COVID-19 pandemic, marked by disrupted routines and social isolation, has drawn new attention to issues related to the mental health of young people. Now lawmakers are proposing ways to give Massachusetts students additional flexibility to deal with mental health issues as they arise. …

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To find out what works in rural mental health care, listen to the innovators – InsideSources

Everyone in this country is experiencing the impacts of COVID-19 on mental health in one way or another. Even before the pandemic, nearly 14.2 million Americans suffered from severe mental illness every year, such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and major depressive disorder. It might surprise you to know that if …

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Kysha Rooks column: Nutrition affects mental health – Salisbury Post

By Kysha RooksNC cooperative extension When most people hear about mental health, they think of complexities involving physical violence, traumatic encounters, or even complicated genetic issues. However, nutrition also significantly influences mental health, as the brain, which controls all the functions of the body, needs a constant supply of energy …

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Fixes for Mental Health System Crisis Halt Again | Wyoming News

Joel Funk, WyoFile.com For the second year in a row, the Wyoming Joint Judiciary Committee failed to produce a legislature-ready bill that would address concerns about Title 25. It was clear from the start of the December 17 committee meeting that a bill to change the legal processes for the …

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Video games, screen time could harm children’s mental health

How long should your kids watch TV or play video games before this starts to impact their mental health? Gerald Herbert PA Too many screenings for too long could be linked to mental health symptoms in children, according to a new Canadian study. After examining children who played video games, …

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Mental Health, Addiction and COVID-19 in Tennessee | State

Over the past decade, Tennessee – like other states – has taken aggressive steps to tackle an evolving opioid epidemic and launched new initiatives to meet the mental health care needs of students in the kindergarten to grade 12. Yet challenges remain. To help policymakers decide how to use new …

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Mental health issues rise during the holidays for people staying in shelters

CINCINNATI (WXIX) – Many homeless people over Christmas in the tri-state have nowhere to go and many shelters are at full capacity. “Don’t look at these people like they’re garbage because they’re still human,” said a homeless man who stays at City Gospel Mission. He agreed to speak to FOX19 …

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Pitt Panthers Tipton and Petrishen encourage Burrell students to break down mental health stigma

Pitt’s recipient Tre Tipton suffered a collapsed lung in 2016 and was hospitalized in the intensive care unit of a Miami hospital for four days. It was the turning point in his young life, despite years of depression, gun violence and multiple family struggles, Tipton told students at Burrell High …

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What the mental health industry is wrong about suicide prevention

Over the past year, experts have expressed concern over whether the stress of the pandemic will lead to increased suicide rates. Although these concerns, fortunately, do not seem to have materialize Overall, the virus has brought to the fore the need for good mental health care and suicide prevention strategies. …

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British Columbia Postsecondary Students Have New Mental Health Resource

Photo by javier trueba on Unsplash Students attending a post-secondary institution have a free educational resource to help them respond to their peers who may have mental health issues. Starting a Conversation About Mental Health: Basic Training for Students is a program that was built with student assistance, and can …

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Nationwide shortages of mental health workers result in long wait times for care in the Ozarks

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) – Getting mental health care can be tough right now, not just in Southwest Missouri, but across the country. Many patients have long wait times for appointments. It is a problem that mental health care is seeing across the country. Stephanie Appleby, executive director of the National …

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Social workers are a key part of the solution to the mental health crisis

Maurizio Fava’s December 13 editorial, “The Nation’s Mental Health Crisis: A Pandemic Within the Pandemic,” spoke many truths, including the insanely high suicide rate in the United States, the exacerbation of COVID-19 in many mental health experiences, and the current and anticipated shortage of psychologists and psychiatrists. One big omission, …

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Wedgwood Christian Services Talks About Mental Health This Holiday Season!

MUNISING, Michigan (AP) – Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore will soon begin charging entrance fees to visitors for the first time in the 55-year history of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula tourist destination. Park officials announced Monday that the park along Lake Superior will begin charging visitor fees from March 1, 2022, and …

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Oklahoma Progressing to Improve Access to Mental Health Care | Government-and-politics

The mental health of Americans has become collateral damage in the country’s fight against the COVID-19 virus – a more visible physical enemy, perhaps, than anxiety or depression. At its peak over the past year and a half, more than 40% of adults reported symptoms of anxiety or depression—Four times …

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Colts owner donates $ 3 million for mental health studies

Former Indianapolis Colts, right, reacts after being inducted into the Ring of Honor by Colts owner Jim Irsay in a halftime ceremony at an NFL football game against the Buccaneers from Tampa Bay on Sunday, November 28, 2021, in Indianapolis. (AP Photo / Michael Conroy) Michael conroy PA Indianapolis Colts …

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Medical experts and families sound the alarm over children’s mental health crisis, made worse by pandemic – CBS New York

NEW YORK (CBSNew York) – Medical experts recently declared children’s mental health a national emergency, urging policymakers to take swift action to tackle the lingering problem, which has been exacerbated by the pandemic. CBS2’s Jenna DeAngelis took a close look at the crisis in our region, from Connecticut to Long …

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Las Vegas Sisters Help Give Nevada Students Mental Health Days

Drawing inspiration from a teenager from another state, two sisters in Las Vegas helped make mental health a priority for students in Nevada. Caroline and Lauren Edgeworth, with help from community groups and State Senator Marilyn Dondero Loop, D-Las Vegas, passed legislation that would allow Nevada students aged 7 to …

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Share your mental health story to help stem the stigma: PEACE OF MIND

Jamie Lahane and Sandra Oxx | Newport Daily News Mental health issues aren’t exactly the topic of conversation around the Keurig or the Water Fountain. Even in these enlightened, post-COVID mental health awareness times, most of us do not share information about our mental health. It could be fear of …

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NBA All-Star Kevin Love Honored For Mental Health Advocacy

Kevin Love knows the euphoria of sinking a three point just before the buzzer. But the five-time NBA All-Star has seen plenty of lows to make up for those highs. “There are days when I don’t want to get out of bed. It’s just the truth,” the Cleveland Cavaliers forward …

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Encinitas yoga studio opens to younger crowd during what experts say is a national children’s mental health crisis – NBC 7 San Diego

Much attention is being paid to the physical challenges surrounding the pandemic, but the American Academy of Pediatrics, among other organizations, said it was children’s mental health that was in crisis. NBC 7 spoke with an expert on ways parents can help their children and visited an Encinitas yoga studio …

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Selena Gomez launches mental health platform Wondermind

Pop star Selena Gomez is working with her mother, Mandy Teefey, on a new mental health platform with Daniella Pierson called the wonderful spirit, the website launch this week. The site provides people with access to supportive content and a community around mental health issues. The three women wrote this …

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Locked in hotels: Hong Kong’s COVID-19 rules have a mental impact on Cathay pilots

Cathay Pacific planes are parked on the tarmac at Hong Kong International Airport, Hong Kong, China October 24, 2020. REUTERS / Tyrone Siu / File Photo Register now for FREE and unlimited access to reuters.com Register now Three pilots fired last week for leaving a hotel room on a stopover …

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How Practicing Gratitude Every Day Can Improve Mental Health

While many take the time to reflect on everything they’re grateful for on Thanksgiving, experts say practicing gratitude every day can have a significant impact on mental health. There is scientific evidence that cultivating an attitude of gratitude throughout the year can help people cope with everyday challenges. “We always …

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New federal law provides more mental health resources for first responders

HENRICO, Virginia (WWBT) – For police and other first responders, an average day on the job can be a taxing and emotional journey, but new federal law aims to help those who help us. Last week, President Joe Biden signed the Confidentiality Opportunities for Peer Support Counseling Act, or COPS …

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Glorification of mental illness in the media – Hamilton County Reporter

By PEARL HENDERSON High school student Sheridan Editor’s Note: The Sheridan Student Column is brought to readers by the Grade 10 English class at Sheridan High School, taught by Abby Williams. On TV, in books, in movies, and even on social media, we see mental illness everywhere. While it is …

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Kaiser Permanente nurses and mental health staff to strike in solidarity with engineers on Friday

After a solidarity strike Thursday left some Kaiser Permanente patients without care, nurses and mental health clinicians left work Friday morning in solidarity with the striking engineers. Hundreds of Kaiser employees were on the picket line on Cottle Road outside Kaiser San Jose Medical Center, holding up signs that read …

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Massachusetts Senate approves sweeping mental health bill

Local “This investment is absolutely essential. It changes the game. “ AP Photo / Elise Amendola By STEVE LeBLANC, Associated Press updated on November 17, 2021 BOSTON (AP) – The Massachusetts Senate on Wednesday unanimously approved a bill that would ensure Massachusetts residents are eligible for annual mental health exams …

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Shilpa Shetty Shares Powerful Mental Health Mantra & We Bookmark It | Health

Shilpa Shetty Kundra’s Mental Health Motivational Mantra this Tuesday will inspire you to “look forward and move forward to a better version of yourself” after releasing your stress and pain. ThroughZarafshan Shiraz, Delhi We don’t know what the Tuesday blues looks like, we just read Shilpa Shetty Kundra’s powerful mental …

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