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Mindful Eating: Connecting to Self and Community

Mindful Eating: Connecting to Self and Community

During a pandemic and with holidays approaching, it can be hard to feel connected to ourselves. Read Behavioral Health Partner’s November blog to learn how mindful eating can change our experience around eating.

Providing Mental Health Support for People Affected by Systemic Racism

Providing Mental Health Support for People Affected by Systemic Racism

Systemic racism affects BIPOC’s mental health in a multitude of ways. Understanding these effects can tremendously help both clinicians and clients. Read this month’s BHP blog titled "Interactions between systemic racism and mental health" to gain knowledge on this complex issue.

Understanding the Impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences - (ACEs)

Understanding the Impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences - (ACEs)

Adverse Childhood Experiences, or ACEs, are negative events that happened in your childhood that can impact your stress response, mental health or even physical health. Read this month’s Behavioral Health Partners blog to learn more about a study conducted around ACEs, and how to lower the impact ACEs have on your everyday life.

"Zoom Fatigue" is a thing. Here’s what you need to know.

"Zoom Fatigue" is a thing. Here’s what you need to know.

Zoom has become an integral part of people’s lives in the past five months. From this increase in use, Zoom fatigue has been identified by experts as a new problem. Check out Behavioral Health Partners August blog to learn more about how to combat Zoom fatigue.

Exercise – Good for the Body, Great for the Mind

Exercise – Good for the Body, Great for the Mind

It seems simple at the surface – exercise is good for physical health, so why wouldn’t it be good for your mental health too?