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Reducing Zoom Fatigue

Reducing Zoom Fatigue

"Zoom fatigue" is a phrase that appeared early in the COVID-19 pandemic. Researchers have identified and evaluated this weariness, noting that it increases with greater daily use of Zoom. Read about five factors that have been identified as possible reasons for Zoom fatigue. 

The Emotional Toll of Caring For an Aging Parent

The Emotional Toll of Caring For an Aging Parent

With the added daily stress that family caregivers have, it is essential that they find ways of taking care of themselves, as well. Read Behavioral Health Partners August blog to find supportive resources and positive ways to ease the burden of caregiving.

Trust in the Workplace

Trust in the Workplace

Do you remember your first day of work? You were likely feeling a mixture of excitement and nervousness. You were probably asking yourself: Will I be able to do this, Who will answer my questions, Who can I trust? You bring beliefs and assumptions with you to your new job that inform your answers to these questions. Read this month’s BHP Blog to learn more about trust in the workplace.

Building Resilience for Life’s Challenges

Building Resilience for Life’s Challenges

Resilience is often thought of as something you have or you don’t, while in fact it is something that can be learned and developed by anyone. Resilience can help you keep moving forward even during the toughest of times, such as the COVID-19 pandemic we find ourselves in now. Read June’s Behavioral Health Partners blog to learn more about ways to build resilience.

The Science of Self-Soothing

The Science of Self-Soothing

Self-soothing refers to the process of calming yourself when your body is on high alert. Read more to learn about your brains physiological response to stress and what you can do to calm your system.