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Everly estimates that from 20% to 30% of Americans could benefit from some form of psychological intervention because of the pandemic. He expects those numbers to rise. At the same time, Everly cautions mental health professionals to take care of their own emotional health. The three greatest risks the pandemic brings, says Everly, include burnout...
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NUTRITION, HEALTH AND WELLNESS | Feb. 1, 2017 In an article in Parade, psychologist and scientist Matt Killingsworth revealed findings from his Johnnie Walker-backed project, “Joynomics: The Study of Joy and Progress.” According to Killingsworth, the happiest people practice the following: The human need to express gratitude seems to be a powerful and almost universal phenomenon. But why?...
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Helping teens deal with stress during the pandemic. Cognitive, behavioral approach with supportive techniques for those experiencing depression and anxiety.
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Oakland County Suicide Prevention Task Force is offering two ‘Suicide Prevention 101’ virtual trainings in honor of National Suicide Prevention Month in September. The free trainings will be held on Tue., Sept. 22 from 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and Tues., Sept. 29 from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. and are recommended for anyone 15 years...
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An itchy sensation develops on your neck. Your first instinct is to scratch. But instead of reaching for the area, you wait for a second, studying the sensation. Is there another way to manage what you’re feeling? READ MORE
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