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Dialectical Behavior Therapy: An Overview
Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), developed by psychologist Marsha M. Linehan in the 1980s, is an evidence-based treatment for borderline personality and other mood disorders, suicidal ideation, and behaviors such as self-harm.
Challenges with school refusal
Hear a sit-down interview with Dr. Martin Franklin, clinical director of Rogers' Philadelphia clinic, on the challenges parents and kids experience related to school refusal. Learn more about why children refuse to go to school, identify symptoms and behaviors, and share school refusal intervention strategies that educators and parents can use to work together in a four-part podcast series, Understanding School Refusal: https://rogersbh.org/school-refusal
Celebrating Sobriety: Kate’s Mini Documentary
When a causal relationship with alcohol collided with the complications of postpartum depression, Kate fell into a downward spiral. Hear how the right mix of love, hope—and treatment—brought her back.
Balancing bipolar disorder | Emily's story
When Emily found herself in a tailspin of overwhelming highs and lows, her loved ones worked together to find her help at Rogers Behavioral Health. There she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder and worked hard toward her recovery. She has gone on to become a fierce advocate for others living with bipolar and fighting stigma related to the disorder.
How exercise benefits physical and mental health
Exercise has long been known to improve physical well-being, but research also shows that physical activity has a positive impact on mental health. Whether you exercise to simply stay active or as part of therapy, the benefits are undeniable.
Suicide rates among young people see dramatic spike: how to help end the trend
Suicide is the second leading cause of death in young people today—more than homicide, more than overdoses, more than cancer. In today’s blog we discuss the alarming rise of suicide among this age group and how we can help prevent it.