The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) has released a new resource for teens with depression that provides comprehensive information and support.
The newest trend in crafting is coloring books for adults, which are being marketed as stress-reducing interventions for those who need some downtime.
Expectation and experience are important in determining how a user will react to a space. Let’s explore how these concepts apply to flooring, which is an important part of every space we design.
It’s interesting that early forgiveness has never been studied for its therapeutic effect not just on the victims but the perpetrator as well.
DSM-5 has been controversial. Most behavioral providers are accustomed to using it, but the industry continues to argue over whether it's the right tool.
Avalere analysis found that generic oxycodone, which lacks abuse-deterrents, was covered by nearly all plans, while OxyContin with abuse deterrents was covered by just 33 percent.
The goal is to reduce trial and error and help deliver better care sooner for pain patients.
Hillary Clinton might be the first candidate to include behavioral health as an agenda item in the race for the White House. Linda Langston, Linn County Supervisor in Iowa, spoke to her recently.
The Anna Westin Act was introduced last week by two representatives from Florida, and it would require training for health professionals and school personnel to identify eating disorders and provide intervention.
New measures are being developed to track outcomes in addiction treatment, but the lack of data makes setting quality benchmarks particularly challenging.
Although mathematician John Nash did not serve in the military, his recent death is worth memorializing. He taught us much about creativity and recovery.
The Treatment and Recovery Act adds billions in block grant funding as well as $25 million to increase capacity of residential services for SUD services for adolescents.
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