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As we continue to learn more about COVID, a recent study is shedding light on the mental health and addiction challenges that can arise in patients recovering from the illness.
When young patients receive mental health or addiction care at Rogers, a key part of care focuses on teaching valuable strategies to help them keep up with school while in treatment and in the future.
Mental illness isn’t a choice and it’s not a weakness. Jerry Halverson, MD, DFAPA, chief medical officer, emphasizes those points when he provides overviews of mental illness and the challenges it imposes on people.
Self-care may seem like just another buzzword, but Dr. Stacy Welch explains why it is a crucial part of nourishing and maintaining your mental health.
Riggs Radio from 103.7 KISS-FM Milwaukee moderates this discussion on self-care in the new year and how it can support mental health. Features a Q&A with Rogers’ experts, Dr. Rae Anne Ho Fung from Rogers' Brown Deer, WI clinic, and Dr. Stacy Welch from Rogers' new clinic in Seattle, WA.
As COVID-19 continues to disrupt our sense of normalcy, many are foregoing gatherings to stay safe. This loss of routine and traditions during the holidays can be challenging for everyone, especially children.
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.
Solomon Thomas discusses why he’s speaking up about mental health and how he’s partnering with END STIGMA. CHANGE LIVES.
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