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Prepare for Active Shooters

The third week of National Safety Month focuses on workplace violence and Preparing for Active Shooters. Every year, 2 million American workers report having been victims of workplace violence. The US Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) defines workplace violence as “any act or threat of physical violence, harassment, intimidation, or other threatening disruptive behavior… Read More


Opioids in the workplace

May 16, 2017 Reprint From Philly.com – by Harold Brubaker & Jane M. Von Bergen –  Pilly.com Staff Writers Former Phillies pitcher Dickie Noles had a 1980 World Series ring on his finger and trouble in his heart. “I had been drinking and messing around most of my life,” he said. Opioids were not Noles’ addiction… Read More


Exercise Can Boost Brain Chemicals Sapped by Depression

By Janice Wood ~ 2 min read A new imaging study shows that intense exercise boosts two critical neurotransmitters — glutamate and gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) — resulting in better mental fitness. Published in The Journal of Neuroscience, the study’s findings offer new insights into why exercise could become an important part of treating depression and other neuropsychiatric… Read More


Mental Health First Aid Shatters Stigma With Suicide

BY ALEX ZIELINSKI JAN 19, 2016 8:00 AM CREDIT: DYLAN PETROHILOS Brenda Crawford was taught the textbook description of psychosis while she was studying for a masters degree in counseling, decades ago. “It was always explained as ‘hearing voices in your head’,” said Crawford, who works for Wyoming’s state employee assistance program. “Which I had… Read More


A New Way to Help Traumatized Clients Relieve Guilt, Shame, and Isolation

A New Way to Help Traumatized Clients Relieve Guilt, Shame, and Isolation Susan Clancy • January 19, 2016 As a graduate student at Harvard in the mid-1990s, I participated in research studies carried out by the psychology department that began in October 1996 and continued until August 2005 to interview adults who had experience sexual… Read More