With nearly everyone under a stay at home order, it's likely that - at some point - tempers will flare and cabin fever will rear its head somewhere. We recently talked with Jill Huynh, who works with MHRBWCC contract
Now that many of us are staying at home in an effort to stop the spread of Coronavirus, it may feel pretty good to be alone - or at least with fewer people around us. I admit that the quiet is kind of nice.
It's been a rough few weeks. Heck, it's been a rough few DAYS! With the ever-changing things going on around the Coronavirus outbreak, it seems like your world has been turned on its head, upside down - any number of
With so much in the news about coronavirus, it's no wonder people are anxious and worried. New cases are being reported daily, and new deaths in the U.S. and around the world are occurring at a similar rate.
But in the
There's no denying that mental health issues affect men and women. And research indicates that mental illnesses affect women at a higher rate than men.
But when it comes to getting help, men just don't do it well.
In recent years, anxiety has taken top position over depression among our children’s behavioral health issues. Reporting of anxiety among kids 6 to 17 rose 13% in 5 years compared to depression levels,