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Navigating the curve balls of change

Recently I’ve experienced a fair amount of change in my life and I thought that this would be a good time for us to think about change and how it affects us. Change is a fact of life, inherent in the human experience as our circumstances evolve. Sometimes change is experienced as an inconvenience or hassle. Most of us don’t really like it, but as mature adults we learn how to accept and adjust to[…]

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Why Mattering Matters

Today I’d like to share with you a very interesting project I recently learned about that is based at Temple University.  I believe it resonates with many people, including me, and is particularly relevant to those who experience social isolation, loneliness, depression and suicidality.  The project comes from the Temple University Collaborative on Community Inclusion of Individuals with Psychiatric Disabilities and is entitled “You Matter…but what does mattering really mean?” (Neuman T, et al 2023*) I[…]

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What’s with all this technology in mental health care?

Let’s talk about the use of technology in mental health care. We can think of this in two main areas of general and mental health care delivery; virtual appointments and mental health Apps. The delivery of health care services overall during the past three years of the coronavirus pandemic has presented an enormous challenge for providers and patients, necessitating adaptations to the delivery of care model. This has been key for persons who have mental[…]

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