Tag Archives: mental

Resource: Join us for Virtual Rounds at the Center for Women’s Mental Health on Wednesdays

As our faculty at the Center for Women’s Mental Health (CWMH) have gone fully remote with respect to clinical and research activity, we have managed to stay connected these last three weeks with “virtual rounds”.  For over 25 years, our group has met on Wednesdays at midday to discuss clinical cases we have seen across… Read More »

Health plans continue to add digital platforms for mental health

Minneapolis-based PreferredOne has joined a growing number of health plans nationwide that are turning to the use of digital methods to treat mental health. PreferredOne has added Learn to Live’s evidence-based digital cognitive behavioral therapy platform to support its self-insured clients with 200 or more employees to aid in treating mild to moderate anxiety, depression,… Read More »

What Are The Differences Between Men’s Physical And Mental Health And What Is More Important

Keeping men’s mental and physical health in check is easier than it seems, and you can do it just by having a balance between the things you do. Follow the advice in this article to feel better both about your physical and mental state. December 25, 2019 by Anna Medina Leave a Comment — Mental… Read More »

Collaborative Effort Will Support Mental Health for California Students – Managed Healthcare Executive

There is a mental health crisis among California’s youth. Studies show up to one in five students in the U.S. has a serious mental health need, yet in California too few of those affected receive the help they need, according to Blue Shield of California, based in Oakland, California. To address this issue, the payer is launching BlueSky, a… Read More »

Reaching Great Heights With Anxiety and Depression: How NBA Star Kevin Love Is Normalizing the Conversation Around Men’s Mental Health

Kevin Love has achieved a lot in 31 years. He’s a five-time National Basketball Association (NBA) All-Star. He won an NBA championship with the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2016. He’s also a basketball world champion and a U.S. Olympic gold medalist. But he has experienced challenges. He lives with depression and anxiety and has suffered from… Read More »

Online Course on Women’s Mental Health – Final Week

ONLINE REGISTRATION IS STILL OPEN We are currently offering an online course on women’s mental health. This online course focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of psychiatric disorders in women across the reproductive lifespan. Specialized knowledge is necessary to tailor treatments to reproductive events such as pregnancy and pregnancy planning, the postpartum, breastfeeding, the menopausal… Read More »