Dr. Mallis suggests families go at their own speed with going back out in public. Whether it be going to your favorite restaurant and sitting outside, going to the John Ball Zoo or Craig’s Cruisers, or even just going to the beach. It’s important that you take the steps that are most comfortable to you and your family when trying to regain some normalcy in your lives.
July 1, 2020 Dr. Gretchen Johnson, DNP, RN-BC, has recently been promoted as Pine Rest’s new Chief Nurse Executive. Dr. Johnson brings a wealth of nursing and leadership experience that will be invaluable as she oversees nursing practice at Pine…
Dr. Mark Eastburg and Chuck Gaidica discuss physical isolation and its impact on mental health on this episode of A Healthier Michigan podcast.
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.
Fathers provide stability, support and learning opportunities. Research shows quality time with fathers helps increase the emotional intelligence and problem solving abilities.
Dr. Newton talks about how to share our feelings and differences of opinion with family and friends while still being respectful and kind.
When feeling stress or anxiety with whats going on around you, Jean Holthaus says looking inward and remaining grounded will help not just you but others too.
Having recently completed its first year of operation, Pine Rest Psychiatric Urgent Care Center is now offering telehealth assessments as an option.
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.