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Adolescent Mental Health Tips for Caregivers

adolescent mental health tips

Providing adolescent mental health tips for parents or caregivers can help beyond a doctor or therapy visit. Experts are calling for policy changes as a solution to the adolescent mental health crisis, but proper care in the home can also truly make a difference. As a part of meeting your adolescent patients’ or clients’ needs, […]

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Tips to Support Employee Mental Health

support employee mental health

A huge trend in workplace management has become to find ways to support employee mental health while on the job. Healthcare workers’ mental health has taken quite a toll since the COVID 19 pandemic took the world by storm almost 2 full years ago. They’ve been overworked and sometimes underappreciated, which leads to burnout. It’s […]

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Jonathan Strange Hired as Patagonia Health’s Clinical Director

Patagonia Health's Clinical Director Jonathan Strange

Patagonia Health, a leading Electronic Health Record (EHR) software company, has launched a Behavioral Health Team (BHT) to provide new and existing customers with personalized support and customer experience to ensure efficiency, growth, and accountability. The team members have a combined 40+ years of behavioral healthcare organizational management, technology, and clinical expertise. One of the […]

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Traumatic Stress: Protecting Health Staff

For health leaders to best support their staff and community members, efforts can be made towards becoming a trauma-informed organization with focus on supporting resilience and healing and protecting healthcare staff from traumatic stress. Healthcare practitioners have carried a particularly heavy burden being on the front lines of emergency response efforts of COVID-19 while seeing their […]

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Mental Health Awareness Month

May is Mental Health Awareness Month

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. But mental health is more than a month. In order to stop the stigma, communication must continue around the importance of mental health all year. Specifically, during the COVID-19 pandemic, mental health has become a national conversation. The Kaiser Family Foundation reported in late April over half of U.S. […]

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