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How to Return Successfully to Society and Work After Quarantine When You Have Depression and Anxiety
The world has changed. Many Americans have spent over two months in isolation due to Coronavirus. There has been significant hardship, lost income, reduced access to community services, and lack of social supports. These rapid changes have caused patients to experience the ongoing effects of anxiety and depression.
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10 Ways to Manage Depression and Anxiety During Self-Isolation
The pandemic has been incredibly challenging for all of us. We are here for you during this difficult time. These activities might help you ease any troublesome feelings you are experiencing.
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How To Beat Anxiety In The Workplace

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How To Beat Anxiety In The Workplace
Anxiety is a physical or biological response to perceived threats or dangers, so it is not surprising that the workplace with its deadlines, rivalries, & uncertainty, is a prime cause of anxiety in adults. Around 40 million adults in the US suffer from anxiety & the trials of the workplace.
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Use These 10 Tips to Combat Anxiety

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Use These 10 Tips to Combat Anxiety
When anxiety leaves you reeling, try these 10 tips to help you combat overwhelming feelings.
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Exploring the Link Between Smartphone Usage and Childhood Depression, Anxiety and Suicide
Studies show a connection between increasing smartphone usage and the rising rates of teen depression. Adults can play an important role in supporting mental health and the well-being of teenagers by understanding how to use this information to support teens emotional needs
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Postpartum Mood Disorders and Addiction

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Postpartum Mood Disorders and Addiction
Struggling with postpartum mood disorders is a scenario that many women find themselves in. While you likely know that seeking help is important for your mental health and your baby, you may not realize how doing so is also connected to your physical health.
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What to Do When Traditional Therapy Is Not Working
Therapy is one of the best ways to deal with stress and depression, but it may not work all the time. Nevertheless, the fact that therapy may not work in some cases does not mean that you are beyond redemption. There are several alternatives to therapy that may help you deal with psychological problems.
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Can The Weather Affect Your Mental Health?

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Can The Weather Affect Your Mental Health?
As the weather gets worse, so can your mental health. Here are some tips to help cope.
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Apps for ACT and Mindfulness

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In all IOP groups, we discuss the concept of mindfulness. We often practice this skill in group, but in order to be proficient in this skill, it is something to be practiced regularly. Both of these apps are available for apple and android.
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2 new apps

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There are two new apps from The National Center for Telehealth and Technology. Both are available from iTunes and Google play.  The first is Virtual Hope Box. From the website: "The Virtual Hope Box (VHB) is a smartphone application designed for use by patients and their behavioral health providers as an accessory to treatment. The VHB contains simple tools to help patients with coping, relaxation, distraction, and positive thinking.Patients and providers can work together to...
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