The mental health consequences of bullying

Peace of mind in Maryland: The mental health consequences of bullying Updated: 9:17 AM EST Jan 30, 2023 Hide text Show version Their child is being bullied. It is behavior that can have serious mental health consequences. This morning’s topic is “Maryland Peace of Mind.” Join us is dr. Kristi Phillips, a psychologist in the … Read more

Policeman Glenn Rock gives mental health advice at an LGBT forum in Australia

Glenn Rock – A local police officer is thousands of miles away in Australia this week advising other police officers from around the world on how best to respond to mental health emergencies. And for Patrolman Matthew Stanislaw, the long haul can feel like liberation from a really difficult chapter in his life. Stanislaw, 43, … Read more

With his new movie Speak to Me, Dix Hills artist Kurt Damas hopes to shed light on men’s mental health

The grief that followed the death of his close friend Kurt Damas last year changed his view of mental health. He said the loss he suffered was a catalyst for Damas, who also lost his uncle, to write and direct a film that he hopes will help start a conversation about mental health, especially among … Read more

Two people in a crisis were shot dead by police, two years apart. Will Massachusetts rethink its armed response to mental health emergencies?

Almost two years later, another police shooting occurred with terrifying similarity in Cambridge. on January 4th Twenty-year-old Syed Faisal was shot and killed by police after authorities said he had hit them with a knife. Officials said the Boston University student in Massachusetts was using a knife to cut himself before officers approached him. Both … Read more

Rabbi Yoni Rosenzweig seeks to destigmatize mental health, ruling by ruling

At first, Rabbi Yoni Rosenzweig was just looking for some answers to some questions he was being asked about Jewish law and mental health. That soon turned into a book and then into a center to help him manage and he has already trained dozens of rabbis. “This topic kind of picked me up. I … Read more

Tragically missing attention to children’s mental health

David Peyman, Ph.D., licensed as a psychotherapist in Iowa since 1993, specializes in the evaluation and treatment of children and adolescents. Budgets are ethical documents. They make it clear what is most important to us. They embody our values. Moreover, it has long been established that a person should be judged by what he does, … Read more

The seven nutrients important for mental health

Dietary nutrients are essential to brain structure and function, so they have the potential to have a profound impact on mental health. An increasingly robust body of research points to the harmful impact of unhealthy diets and nutrient deficiencies, and to the preventive value of healthy diets – together with selected nutritional supplements as appropriate … Read more

Celebrations can benefit your health and well-being

Perceived social support is an important factor in maintaining mental health and well-being. Studies have shown that individuals with higher levels of perceived social support have better mental and physical health outcomes, and are less likely to experience depression, anxiety, and stress. New research finds that celebrations that highlight accomplishments can enhance the perception of … Read more

The Rundown Lite: Dansby Swanson’s mental health journey, Robert Stocklands with Brewers, Mets extends Jeff McNeil on the cheap

For a number of reasons, I have come to appreciate the signing of Dansby Swanson more and more since the deal was announced. It started with the contract looking better on paper than those signed by other shorthands – and I don’t mean I’m happy the Cubs are “savers” – and then went up even … Read more

What is obsessive-compulsive disorder, what are its symptoms, and how is it diagnosed?

It’s often thought that you have a fixation with cleanliness or are paranoid about leaving the oven on, but obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a serious condition that’s as common as diabetes. Beyond Blue estimates that OCD affects around 3 per cent of Australians in their lifetime – more than 500,000 people – yet psychologists say … Read more