The right way to integrate digital mental health services

The right way to integrate digital mental health services Getty Images In his state of the union TitlePresident Biden pledged to help “obtain the mental health services that all Americans need.” The president confirmed what many employers already know: America’s mental health crisis has taken on new urgency as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to raise … Read more

Psychologist Shares 3 Exercises She Uses Every Day to ‘Stop Obsessing About the Future’

Stress is a natural response to uncertainty, and it is normal to find yourself worrying about future events now and then. But excessive thoughts about the future can be a sign of anticipatory anxiety – the fear of unexpected future events, which is sometimes a symptom of anxiety disorders. This is something I often see … Read more

Svitolina wants to better protect the mental health of youngsters

File- Elina Svitolina, of Ukraine, returns a shot to Canada’s Leila Fernandez, during the quarter-finals of the US Open Tennis Championships, Tuesday, September 7, 2021, in New York. In an emotional interview with Ukrainian tennis player Elina Svitolina of the Associated Press, she said that Russian and Belarusian players should talk about whether they are … Read more

The survey found that most Americans feel that short mental health breaks enhance their health

Article – Commodity People walk under flowering cherry trees along the Tidal Basin on April 5, 2021 in Washington, DC. (Drew Angerer/Getty Images) Washington – Mental health has been the focal point for many since the onset of the pandemic. With stress and anxiety seemingly at an all-time high for many people connected to everyday … Read more

New Louisville Festival raises awareness about mental health

The first-of-its-kind MindFEST event will be held in Louisville during Mental Health Awareness Month. Mayor Greg Fisher, community advocates, and event organizers announced Tuesday. “If you struggle with issues such as sadness, depression, and anxiety, you can bet you are not alone in these battles,” Fisher said. “I can confirm that these feelings are completely … Read more

It is getting harder to find mental health services in Spanish in the US | health news

Written by Kara Morris, HealthDay Reporter (health day) MONDAY, May 9, 2022 (HealthDay News) — Mental health has become a hot topic during the pandemic, but some groups have been burdened with poor services even before the challenges of the past two years. A new study finds that while the Hispanic population in the United … Read more

The study found that 82% of Generation Zers want mental health days.

credit: GT Traditionally, employee benefits meant 401K plans, health/life insurance, paid time off, etc. Then “cool companies” added perks like on-site daycare, break rooms with table tennis tables, and flex time. newly TalentLMS and BambooHR Scan It found that 82% of Generation Z employees want mental health days — a concept that probably didn’t appear … Read more

Students’ mental health, already fragile, continues to be in the ‘wrong direction’ due to the pandemic

Recent studies that track the mental health of high school and college students fully underscore concerns about the emotional damage the pandemic has done to these groups. However, while the unprecedented challenges students have had to contend with due to the global health crisis — including a focus on online classes, severely disrupted academic requirements … Read more

‘I felt so lonely’: Rising rates of suicide and depression accelerated by epidemic among US children

The US Surgeon General described it as an “urgent public health crisis” – a devastating deterioration in the mental health of children across the country. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, rates of suicide, self-harm, anxiety and depression are rising among teens — a trend that began before the pandemic. Tonight, we’ll … Read more

Workers face new pressures when they return to their jobs

New York (AFP) – Last summer, Giulio Carmona began the process of weaning himself off his remote work schedule by coming to the office once a week. The new hybrid schedule at his job at a government agency in Stratford, Connecticut, still enables him to spend time cooking dinner for his family and taking his … Read more