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Kids are doing school at home. Parents are working from home. People can’t visit their loved ones in the hospital or nursing home. COVID-19 has brought significant change to our daily lives, but we can find reasons to be thankful.
Everyone deals with a crisis in their own way. People are experiencing different emotions during COVID-19 as they process what’s going on around them, and that can lead to conflict.
We are living in unprecedented times. COVID-19 has changed everything that was routine and familiar, yet we can be tempted to think we should behave as though it hasn’t. We need to adjust our expectations of ourselves and everyone else.
Victims of bullying are at risk for a variety of mental health concerns. Depending on the form of bullying, they could develop posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, or anxiety. Dr. Stephanie Eken, Rogers' regional medical director, discusses the short and long-term effects bullying can have on mental health.
Theresa, a past patient of Rogers' eating disorder programs, talks about her treatment process. She discusses why it was important for her to step down her treatment from inpatient care, to a residential program, and then to a partial hospitalization program.
Snapchat. Instagram. Google Hangouts. Facebook. There are endless ways for today’s teens to stay connected. Ask any parent and they’ll tell you social media plays a huge role in their teens’ lives. It can be difficult to keep up with the ever-changing digital world and monitor all the social media platforms that are available.
Prolonged exposure is a type of cognitive behavioral therapy used for patients with posttraumatic stress disorder to help them change their relationships with thoughts and feelings regarding the event. Discussed by Dr. Wetterneck.
Rogers Behavioral Health offers highly specialized partial hospitalization (PHP) and intensive outpatient (IOP) levels of care in a growing number of communities nationwide.
Adding medication to a patient's treatment plan can improve addiction recovery. Dr. Ian Powell, MD, addiction specialist at Rogers, explains how.
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