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How to cope when a loved one is struggling with mental health
When a person is struggling with their mental health, they aren’t the only one affected. Parents, siblings, and other loved ones also have to navigate the emotional and oftentimes challenging road to recovery.
Spiritual Care at Rogers during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Spiritual care can address spiritual or religious needs during treatment. Spiritual needs may include unresolved life questions, such as how a patient should make sense of their mental health situation or how they define good and bad.
Tips for helping kids cope during COVID-19 pandemic
In this video, Dr. Amanda Heins, the supervising psychologist at Rogers Behavioral Health's OCD and Anxiety Center Adolescent Residential Care in Oconomowoc, WI, gives tips on how you can help school-aged kids during the COVID-19 crisis.
The power of resilience: A COVID-19 message from Dr. Brad Smith
Dr. Brad Smith, Medical Director for Rogers Behavioral Health's Oconomowoc Campus and Eating Disorder Recovery, gives an in-depth talk on Resilience, and how you might improve your own ability to handle these trying times.
What you need to know about suicide that could save a life
Rogers' experts share common misconceptions surrounding suicide and the warning signs to look out for.
Socialization impacts children and teens
Socialization is essential to everyone’s health and well-being, but it is especially important for children to learn the unwritten norms of social interaction.
3 topics to discuss with your child’s doctor about mental health
One of the things parents check off the To Do list heading into the new school year is a well check or sports physical for their child. Dr. William Gerard explains why discussing mental health during these visits is crucial.