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Live Q&A: Staying mentally well during this unique holiday season
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.
Technology as a lifeline for suicide prevention
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.
Rising Above Trauma: Barb's Story
It wasn't until Barb found her way to Rogers Behavioral Health, that she was able to rise above her own personal traumas.
Tips for coping with the unknowns of COVID-19 as winter approaches
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.
Dietitians help create a lifelong healthy relationship with food
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.
How Rogers encourages family involvement during addiction treatment
For the families of someone with a substance use disorder, it can be difficult to know how to be there for your loved one during treatment.
Facing Anxiety and Uncertainty in the Classroom
Experts from Rogers' clinic in Hinsdale, IL give a presentation for high school students, parents, teachers, and guidance counselors on how best to face anxiety and uncertainty in the classroom: Presented by: Kalyna Melnyk, Family Therapist, and Brandon DeJong, PhD, Clinical Supervisor.
What to say and what not to say to someone with a mental health condition
If a friend or loved one is experiencing mental health challenges, you may be unsure of what to say when they confide in you.