The summary issue demonstrates the effectiveness of telehealth services in partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs

WashingtonAnd February 1, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — The National Association for Behavioral Health Care (NABH) and Foundation for Education and Research have released Manat Problem brief It highlights the effectiveness of telehealth services in enhancing traditional partial hospitalization (PHP) and intensive outpatient programs (IOP). The COVID-19 pandemic has led many behavioral healthcare providers to implement telehealth … Read more

Update: The Santa Clara County leader is prioritizing mental illness treatment and child care

Santa Clara County is dealing with unaffordable housing, inaccessible child care, homelessness, and a mental health crisis. A leader wants to build alliances to solve the region’s most pressing problems. Superintendent Susan Ellenberg described her “Building Together” agenda Tuesday in her first state of the county address as chair of the Board of Supervisors. She … Read more

Children belong in school, but they need access to mental health care

“While I applaud Governor Hochul’s initial steps to ease the shortage of services at the school, I hope she and federal officials consider addressing the shortage of therapists… Without these steps, waiting lists will remain long.” Uday Talwar CityViews are the opinions of readers, not those of City Limits. Add your vote today! depressing New … Read more

Letters to the Editor – Oklahoma City, mental health, senior housing, gender identity

Oklahoma City is a success story Reply: “The quarterback gets things done — Oklahoma City is neither red nor blue and leads unanimously. America can, too,” by David Holt, Sunday Opinion. Thanks for highlighting Mayor Holt and my ancestral homeland. Oklahoma City is a vivid example of Republicans and Democrats working together on civic issues … Read more

Personal possession of small amounts of certain substances that are illegal in British Columbia (31 January 2023 to 31 January 2026)

VancouverBC And January 30, 2023 /CNW/ — Canada is facing an unprecedented fatal overdose crisis and an increasingly toxic supply of illegal drugs. This crisis has been, and continues to be, heartbreaking for families, friends and communities across the country. Collectively, we must recognize that substance use is a public health problem that is shaped … Read more

With his new movie Speak to Me, Dix Hills artist Kurt Damas hopes to shed light on men’s mental health

The grief that followed the death of his close friend Kurt Damas last year changed his view of mental health. The loss he experienced was a catalyst for Damas, who had also lost his uncle, to write and direct a film that he hoped would help start a conversation about it. Psychological healthEspecially among men. … Read more

Celebrations can benefit your health and well-being

Perceived social support is an important factor in maintaining mental health and well-being. Studies have shown that individuals with higher levels of perceived social support have better mental and physical health outcomes, and are less likely to experience depression, anxiety, and stress. New research finds that celebrations that highlight accomplishments can enhance the perception of … Read more

Attracting out-of-state professionals is just the first step in solving Montana’s health worker shortage

Kelly Larson Kaiser Health News Gina Eisenhart spent nearly six years as a licensed therapist in Colorado before deciding to move to a place where her services were greater. She has researched rural states facing a shortage of behavioral health providers and accepted a position as a clinical senior therapist at Chauder Children’s Hospital in … Read more

A mental health charity is under fire for providing the service in the Goolsby unit

NHS Highland is allegedly paying a mental health charity thousands of pounds for a service it is not providing in Golspie. Local resident Alan Bethell, chair of Inverness-based Spirit Advocacy – a group representing users of mental health services – claims Change Mental Health is being paid to provide a service that no longer exists … Read more

Prince Harry’s ‘shock throw’ can ‘shock’ people: Therapist

An award-winning therapist says Prince Harry “dumping shocks widespread” — and can be a “shock” to other people who have lost a parent. set himself up “trauma expert” Danny Graves follows the drama that erupted after the release of Harry’s controversial memoirs, “additional“And” Many shocking allegations about the “death cult” Royal family. “Trauma dumping is … Read more