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While healthcare professionals often encourage their patients to learn and practice self-care and resilience strategies, they may not take the time to do so for themselves.
A key part of our therapeutic approach to helping patients overcome their mental health challenges is family therapy. Learn more about family therapy from a Rogers therapist.
“Scrupulosity is a type of OCD in which someone becomes mentally and emotionally consumed by matters of religious practice and/or morality." Dr. Brenda Bailey explains scrupulosity and the signs that someone could be suffering from the disorder.
Solomon Thomas discusses why he’s speaking up about mental health and how he’s partnering with END STIGMA. CHANGE LIVES.
Watch a live Q&A hosted by 103.7 KISS-FM radio host Riggs Radio, and featuring Rogers' experts Dr. Adrianne McCullars and Sue Mackenzie-Dicks. They discuss staying mentally well during the 2020 holiday season.
In this episode, John Rekart, Ph.D., of Cerner leads a conversation about how technology and data can help identify those who may be high-risk for suicidal behavior.
It wasn't until Barb found her way to Rogers Behavioral Health, that she was able to rise above her own personal traumas.
With more time at home and reduced social contact, many have been finding themselves struggling with increased symptoms of depression. Dr. Rachel Leonard, PhD, LP, clinical director for Rogers in St. Paul, offers advice on steps you can take when dealing with depression during colder, winter months.
Nearly 29 million Americans will have an eating disorder in their lifetime. For those who seek treatment, dietitians at Rogers play an important role on their treatment team.
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