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Mental Health

A COVID-19 vaccine: It’s about more than physical health

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The physical threat of COVID-19 is clear, which is why many Americans have spent the better part of a year quarantining and social distancing.

With time, it has also become evident that the pandemic is having another serious health effect: mental health challenges.

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Nurture hope to overcome challenging times

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Political conflict and change are normal features of life; however, recent events have elevated that concept to new heights in modern American history.

During these times of increased tension and polarization, conflict and change have caused many people to feel anxious and worried.

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Caregiving: Help employees to succeed in their dual roles

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As we herald in a new year with a COVID-19 vaccine, our hope is a return to a life we once knew of being the social animals we’re meant to be.

For healthcare, 2021 poses the hope to refocus on issues that will continue to remain of utmost importance to the health and wellbeing of Americans in a post-pandemic world.

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Managing loneliness during the holidays and beyond

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The holidays are upon us, and the irony they bring is the potential for isolation and loneliness.

Holidays’ essential identity is getting together with loved ones, but some people do not feel as connected as they would like or expect. In 2020, add COVID-19 and its quarantining dictates, and the potential for such feelings can strengthen.

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True justice: Mental health intervention vs. incarceration

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Many factors are driving the awareness of mental health in the United States, ranging from the launch of the Affordable Care Act in 2010 to the mental health implications of the current COVID-19 public health crisis.

However, we still have a ways to go before mental health is treated equally with physical health.

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Right the ship: Finding balance during the election

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There’s a lot going on in the world right now that can upset the most balanced of equilibriums.

COVID-19 has caused widespread illness and economic hardship, as our country also goes through ongoing social change and national introspection.

And, then, of course, there’s the election.

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Provider staff training: Close the treatment gap on health inequities

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People with mental illness have a hard time accessing mental health care, especially compared to physical health care.

In fact, worldwide, more than 70 percent of individuals with mental illness do not receive any mental health treatment.

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Yin and yang: Your introvert’s and extrovert’s happy return to school

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The COVID-19 pandemic has taught you a lot about resilience as you work from home, while also managing your children, and possibly even educating them.

Consequently, you’ve learned a lot about yourself and your family. However, there may be one revelation that took you by surprise.

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A pandemic and trauma: Helping those who are helping others

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The story of the New York City ER doctor who died by suicide has highlighted the stress frontline healthcare workers are experiencing during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Dr.Lorna Breen did not have a history of mental illness, according to her father, but after caring for patients and contracting the disease herself only to return to caring for patients, it all became too much.

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Mental health and wellbeing: Knowing when to help a loved one

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The fear of the unknown. It’s a phrase we’ve all used, but during today’s COVID-19 pandemic, it’s a term that has adopted real meaning as none of us can be sure what the future holds.

We are living a true day-by-day existence, which runs counter to the human instinct to anticipate and plan.

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