Meditation, Minfulness, Relief – …but most research concerns “mindfulness.” This involves awareness and acceptance of body sensations, thoughts, and moods.
Military Mental Health: An Upward Trek – Mental health is often unaddressed in the military – both by veterans and active duty members. Statistically, however, problems with mental health are more prevalent than in civilian life. It makes sense considering what the military is tasked with. It seems evident that dangerous fighting in unfamiliar lands could bring psychological anguish to the strongest of human beings. Indeed for many soldiers it comes from military events like combat.
Stressed? Everyone knows having a mental disorder is stressful. What some may not realize, however, is that stress itself is a mental health issue. Well…kind of. We all feel stress once in a while. Maybe you work in a fast-paced environment, have a public speaking engagement soon, or anticipate spending time with someone who tests […]
Children’s Mental Health School is in full swing and youngsters have a lot going on. Not just quizzes, schoolyard politics, and chores – these days children face an ever growing digital world of streaming information and 24-hour social media. The plates of our kids are full. One can’t imagine the chaos of being young and […]
Teletherapy Saves Time For some, the difference between psychiatrist and psychologist is unclear. Put simply: psychiatrists deal with medications while psychologists do therapy sessions. A while ago we discussed telepsychiatry. That entails prescription management plus occasional consults, all through videoconferencing. However telepsychology/teletherapy involves regular meetings between patient and therapist. Getting to the doctor for a […]