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Archive for January, 2016

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


Emotions Impact Your Work — So Why Don’t Companies Take Mental Health Seriously?

Mental health in the workplace is neglected and rarely, if ever, addressed, according to an expert. 01/13/2016 09:39 am ET | Updated 1 day ago Shane Ferro Business Reporter, The Huffington Post SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY – PASIEKA. VIA GETTY IMAGES There’s little support in the workplace for employees who struggle with mental health issues, some experts… Read More


Substance Abuse in the Workplace: What to Do When an Employee Returns from Rehab

By Brian Hughes As a supervisor, watching an employee struggle with substance abuse can be incredibly tough. Employers do have a right to fire employees if their job performance declines due to substance abuse. However, many wish to help their employees constructively address addiction through a substance abuse treatment program. With all the focus on helping… Read More


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