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Loneliness: How it impacts our mental health and steps we can take to combat it
Amy Blount, LCSW, therapist from our Nashville clinic, discusses loneliness, what it looks like, and the impact it has on mental health.
Stress: How parents can spot and help reduce it in children
Rogers' Dr. David Jacobi discusses stress and how parents can spot and help reduce it in children.
Voices of Hope
Former Rogers patients share their struggles and how they found hope and help at Rogers Behavioral Health.
Bullying: Why do we still need to be talking about this?
Rogers' experts explore the effects of bullying and the interventions to consider implementing.
Strengthening treatment and support for people with severe mental illness
Rogers experts focus on medical and psychosocial interventions for patients with chronic psychotic illness to promote meaningful community inclusion.
Rising Above | Advocacy After Treatment
Jana uses her platform to spread hope and break stigma around OCD, depression, and other mental health issues.
Bullying: Rogers’ experts share possible signs and what you can do about it
Over the past four decades, a growing body of evidence shows the negative health consequences of bullying. Kristin Miles, PsyD, psychologist, who oversees inpatient clinical programming on Rogers' Oconomowoc campus, and Gene Yang, MD, MBA, attending psychiatrist for Rogers’ West Coast locations, answer questions about bullying and its effects.
Clinical Management of Obsessions Related to Suicide and Overlap w/ Acute Suicidality
To mark National Suicide Prevention Month, Rogers Behavioral Health's chief medical officer Stephanie Eken, MD, will join Philadelphia clinical director Martin E. Franklin, PhD, to discuss the clinical management of obsessions related to suicide, especially when present in patients also suffering from acute suicidality as well as suicidal behavior.
Self-care: Why it’s essential to maintaining your mental health
Self-care involves the basic things we need to do so to be able to function at top effectiveness, whether that’s at home, at work, as a friend, employee, or parent. It's as essential as going to the dentist, changing my clothes, and eating.