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Building Resiliency with Self-Care

A key way to maintain good behavioral health hygiene is to build resiliency into your daily life. Resilience is your ability to handle adversity – when life gives you lemons, are you face down on the floor or already looking up recipes for lemon-meringue pie? In the former case, a lack of resiliency represents no

How Stress Can Improve Your Well-Being

How Stress Can Improve Your Well-Being Everyone experiences stress. It’s a ubiquitous part of modern life. We stress over our jobs, our families, our social lives, our education, our health, our finances – the list could go on and on. It seems that everyone is on a never-ending quest to eliminate stress from their lives.

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Scientists Say Child’s Play Helps Build A Better Brain

Written by: Jon Hamilton Orginally published by: NPR Morning Edition Why people play and how play relates to learning. When it comes to brain development, time in the classroom may be less important than time on the playground. “The experience of play changes the connections of the neurons at the front end of your brain,”

NBA Finalizes Expanded Mental Health Program, Adds Licensed Psychiatrists

Written By MICHAEL SHAPIRO Orginally Published by: Sports Illustrated SI.com The NBA announced an expanded set of mental health policies for 2019-20 on Wednesday, according to The Athletic’s Sam Amick. The league office reportedly issued a memo to all 30 teams, announcing the following measures required by each team for the upcoming season. All teams must have

10 Common Misconceptions Surrounding Workplace Mental Health

The Stigma Surrounding Workplace Mental Illness And Psychotherapy: 10 Common Misconceptions Written by: Bryan Robinson published by Forbes Sep 13, 2019 A lot has been written about mental health in the workplace and the risks of sharing a mental illness with coworkers or employers. September is National Suicide Prevention Month–an important time to address the