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Coping with Stress During COVID-19

Coping with Stress During COVID-19

The coronavirus has caused a heightened state of awareness and stress throughout our Medical Center community. We hope to provide you with resources and remind you of the services that Life-Work Connections/Employee Assistance Program (this is one group), and Behavioral Health Partners offer. Telehealth services are available and allow you to "meet" with a counselor from home, work, or any other private locations.

Coping With Climate Change Anxiety

Coping With Climate Change Anxiety

As media reports about climate change increase, do you find yourself worrying about your future, the future of your children, and the future of our planet as we know it? Check out the Behavioral Health Partners’ March blog post to learn about "active hope" and how to put this concept into practice.

Mind Reading in Relationships

Mind Reading in Relationships

Expecting your partner to be able to read your mind can lead to relationship problems. The idea of mind-reading may lead you to stay quiet about what you would like or actions that have upset you. Check out the Behavioral Health Partners February blog post to learn more about improving your communication with your partner.

Dispelling the Myths about Mental Health

Dispelling the Myths about Mental Health

There are many myths about mental health and understanding the facts can help you take important steps toward dispelling these myths and reducing the stigma. Check out the Behavioral Health Partners’ January blog post to learn more.

Emotions and Quicksand: Lessons from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy on Sitting with Difficult Feelings

Emotions and Quicksand: Lessons from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy on Sitting with Difficult Feelings

Sitting with difficult emotions can be challenging. Check out Behavioral Health Partners’ December blog post for tips on how to sit with these emotions and let them pass.