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COVID-19 is creating untold challenges for everyone, but for the 21 million Americans dealing with addiction, it’s especially tough.
Review behavioral activation theory and pharmacotherapy for depression, and gain an understanding of the benefits of a combined approach, in part one of this webinar series. Time will also be spent identifying necessary modifications for pharmacotherapy during COVID-19 and adaptations for behavioral activation, which are necessary when treatment is provided via telehealth.
Talking about the uncertainties of COVID-19 and adapting to a new schedule can be hard for any child, but when you have a child struggling with a mental health disorder like OCD, anxiety, or depression, and the child is on the autism spectrum, it’s even harder.
When the COVID-19 pandemic is behind us, healthcare workers who have been on the frontlines could still be dealing with the impact.
As much of the nation is under stay-at-home orders to keep communities safe from COVID-19, Rogers’ Dr. Michelle Maloney, executive director of addiction services, shares that some are also finding the need to keep themselves safe from another health risk, addiction.
This presentation addresses the cognitive-behavioral treatment of contamination fears and associated washing and other compulsions in the midst of an international health crisis in which social distancing, avoidance of contaminated surfaces, and handwashing are strongly emphasized by the Centers for Disease Control as primary tools to prevent infection.
Too much screen time can have a negative effect on mental health. However, during the COVID-19 crisis when social distancing and isolation are necessary, we are being asked to intentionally avoid having the same level of in-person interaction that is normally considered positive.
Kids are doing school at home. Parents are working from home. People can’t visit their loved ones in the hospital or nursing home. COVID-19 has brought significant change to our daily lives, but we can find reasons to be thankful.
Everyone is feeling the stress of dealing with all the changes that are happening during the pandemic. Now more than ever it’s important to set healthy and appropriate boundaries.
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