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Dr. Heather Jones shares some factors associated with school refusal, what contributes to school refusal, and how to confront your child.
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.
When children are admitted to Rogers, they often arrive with one or more diagnoses from previous providers. Dr. Scallon explains the process of diagnosing young patients and provides advice for parents struggling to identify when help is needed.
Between visiting family and friends, attending holiday parties and school concerts, buying gifts, and volunteering, the commitments of the holiday season leave many of us feeling overwhelmed. Here are 6 tips to help curb holiday stress.
When a friend or loved one is dealing with a mental illness, you may be at a loss for what to say. Learn about the most common mistakes as well as supportive things to say to help your loved one feel accepted and appreciated.
For patients in residential care at Rogers in Oconomowoc, the challenge course provides the valuable opportunity to gain confidence, step outside of their comfort zone, and see the real-life benefits of a strong support system.
With the new schoolyear well underway, oftentimes a child or teen’s struggles with anxiety, OCD, depression, addiction, trauma, eating disorders, or other mental health complications can become more apparent.
While mental health is an important topic that deserves increased awareness in all communities, the LGBTQ+ community is experiencing an especially large number of individuals dealing with mental health struggles.
Whether you’re struggling with mental health yourself, have a loved one who is suffering, or are unsure if someone you know is experiencing mental health challenges, it’s important to know the realities surrounding mental health.
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