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Anxiety

Anxiety

Anxiety is something most, if not all of us have experienced more frequently over the past few years. We can’t always control situations that are making us feel anxious, but we can learn skills to cope with our anxiety.   A five-step exercise can help during periods of anxiety or panic. Behavioral Health Partners is brought to you by Well-U, offering eligible individuals mental health services for stress, anxiety, and depression.

Combating Burnout with Boundaries

Combating Burnout with Boundaries

The Gift of Boundaries

Are you feeling burnt out? Does one aspect of your life take up all of your time and energy? Is it hard to find time for self-care and joyful experiences?  Consider the gift of boundaries.

 

Myths about Antidepressants

Myths about Antidepressants

Antidepressants: Myth Busting with Behavioral Health Partners 

Ever wonder if the speculations you’ve heard about antidepressants are true?  Check out Behavioral Health Partners’ December blog post to find out the truth about antidepressants. 

Improving the Physical Work Environment to Improve Well-being at Work

Improving the Physical Work Environment to Improve Well-being at Work

Workplace design, function, and atmosphere can promote mental health and well-being. The November blog from Behavioral Health Partners explains how to improve workspaces for increased productivity, health, and wellness.

Using Apps as a Tool to Support your Mental and Physical Health

Using Apps as a Tool to Support your Mental and Physical Health

In an age with endless knowledge at our fingertips, it comes as no surprise that there are resources available in an instant to provide relief when feeling stressed, overwhelmed, or burnt out. It is important to note that a smartphone app is not a substitute for professional assessment and treatment, but can be very useful during particularly stressful times.