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National Volunteer Week: Ways to Participate

Each year during the third week of April (this year it’s April 21-27), we celebrate National Volunteer Week. Volunteerism is a wonderful way of giving back to your community by doing for others with no expectations of any compensation in […]

8 Ways Healthcare Providers Can Proactively Reduce Stress

In our demanding yet rewarding field of healthcare, we’re well aware that stress is an unavoidable aspect of the job. We often face long hours, high-pressure situations, and emotional challenges that can take a toll on both our mental and […]

Peer Support and Positive Connections

The healthcare field is constantly changing, and no one truly understands those peaks and valleys like your peers. The pressure felt among healthcare workers can be intense for a number of reasons, and having the support from colleagues can help […]

News From Nami: Post-Pandemic, Workers Demand More Mental Health Support

We all need more mental health support, and a new poll from the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) is proof. The report shows an overwhelming number of American workers employed at large organizations believe it’s appropriate to talk about […]

Spring Cleaning: Why We Do It and How It Helps

It’s officially spring, and we all know what that means — time for spring cleaning! Spring cleaning is a tradition ingrained in societies worldwide, with roots tracing back to ancient times. Viewed as a fresh start and a transition from […]

Supporting Recovery During Alcohol Awareness Month

This month is Alcohol Awareness Month, when we, as a nation, reflect on the causes and consequences of alcohol misuse, abuse and dependence. And as healthcare professionals, we determine how to best support individuals in the alcohol use disorder recovery […]

The Healing Power of Music Therapy

Music has long been recognized for its ability to evoke emotions, soothe the soul, and bring people together. But beyond its entertainment value, music holds immense therapeutic potential, offering a unique avenue for healing and self-expression. In recent years, the […]

Alcohol Awareness Month: How Behavioral Healthcare Professionals Can Help Support Recovery

April is recognized as Alcohol Awareness Month, a time dedicated to raising awareness about the impact of alcohol abuse and promoting strategies for prevention and recovery. For behavioral healthcare professionals, this month serves as an opportunity to reflect on their […]

Healthcare Providers: Real Tips for Dealing with Stress

In the demanding field of healthcare, stress is an unavoidable aspect of the job. Healthcare providers often face long hours, high-pressure situations, and emotional challenges that can take a toll on their mental and physical well-being. However, learning effective strategies […]

11 ways to convince yourself to start something (when you really don’t want to)

As a business owner, there are so many things I really don’t want to do, but of course, I have to. And, like many people, I can get into a habit of putting those things off—particularly when I’m feeling bored, […]