The “New Us” may incorporate some of the things we had to do because they worked. One of those things includes telemedicine for mental health appointments.
If you or someone you love struggles with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), world events occurring as a result of the COVID-19 coronavirus are likely creating a perfect storm feeding the symptoms of OCD and making typical treatments more difficult. Understanding Obsessive…
Lately, I feel dulled, shelved, congealed, relegated to my own suspended animation in my own personal deprivation tank. Like I’ve been notified that life has been temporarily canceled. I’m not complaining; others have it far worse than I do. But…
The panedmic is increasing mental health and relationship issues. Teletherapy can help with increased stress, anxiety, depression and relationship issues.
Many are preparing to get back to work and that is creating anxiety for some. Bob VandePol, MSW, reviews some ways you can ease your anxiety.
Whether it’s grieving, anxiety, depression or other mental health challenges, therapists say not having the ability to be around people can make things worse because that’s normally a coping mechanism.
Authors offer a range of concrete solutions to address the risks and call on Michigan healthcare providers, public health officers, policy makers, funders, payers and the public to take immediate action.
Powerlessness is terrifying. Leaders do well to focus people away from powerlessness toward what they do have control over. Healthy, life-giving control mitigates anxiety and allows natural resilience to occur.
“One of the biggest reasons that folks struggle with staying sober is isolation,” said Weeldreyer. “A huge chunk of why AA is works is because people get fellowship there and they get a chance to talk instead of just sitting alone.”