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Mental Health Awareness Month: Celebrities who won over mental illness – 3: Jacqueline Hurst
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A public speaker and ground-breaking life coach, Jacqueline Hurst is a well-known figure who helps uplift her clients emotionally and mentally and achieve their highest potential. Hurst’s online school, The Life Class, provides her clients with resources to help them live more optimally and become coaches themselves. She is also a hypnotherapist and helps people […]


Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week: How Emma Stone overcame anxiety
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In a new Speak Up For Kids campaign video for the Child Mind Institute, a non-profit organization for children with mental health disorders, Hollywood actor Emma Stone has opened up about her battle with anxiety and the tools that helped her live a normal and vibrant life. Stone revealed that since childhood, she suffered from […]


World Maternal Mental Health Day: Paid parental leave augurs well for mothers, says study
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Maternity leave benefits affect women at a critical stage in their lives. In addition to providing essential benefits to employment and child outcomes, maternity leave entitlement may also have a long-lasting effect on a woman’s mental health. Although full term maternal employment during the first year of childbirth may undermine a child’s health, not much […]


National Sexual Assault Awareness & Prevention Month: Rape costs survivor PTSD, $122,000
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The smudged eyeliner dripped down her cheeks along with her tears, the soiled mascara stood out on her pretty face along with the ruined makeup, her otherwise trendy red lipstick bore the signs of horror. Her disheveled hair hinted at a strong force having shattered her dignity bit by bit. She shivered in excruciating pain […]


National Minority Health Month: African-American women in poor communities more prone to PTSD, says study
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April is observed as the National Minority Health Month (NMHM), every year in the United States. The NMHM aims at advancing health equity across the country on behalf of all racial and ethnic minorities. It is an opportunity to renew the nation’s commitment to reduce health disparities that continue to affect racial and ethnic minorities […]


Trump declares April as National Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month
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The plight of women is almost same across the world. Irrespective of whether it is a developed or a developing country, atrocities such as sexual assault, molestation, rape and domestic violence exist everywhere. Amidst efforts made by several countries to give women a secure environment, President Donald Trump has proclaimed April to be observed as […]


Arizona reeling under mental health crisis
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The United States is in the midst of a mental health crisis. According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), in 2015, there were more than 43 million people aged 18 years or older in the country with “any mental illness” (AMI) within the previous year. While several states have taken numerous steps […]


The effects of untreated psychotic illness
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A recent study involving 404 patients with first-episode psychosis recruited from 34 community clinics in 21 U.S. states found that the average time lapse between the appearance of symptoms and the beginning of treatment was 1.5 years. Patients with other conditions showed even longer times between the onset of signs and the formation of a […]


Hear them ROAR: Sovereign Health of Chandler creates a milieu of DBT-informed care
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On Jan. 9, 2017, Sovereign Health of Chandler, Arizona, launched “Rebuilding Our Acceptance & Resilience” (ROAR). ROAR offers comprehensive behavioral health treatment to women using dialectical behavior therapy (DBT)-informed as well as trauma-informed care. ROAR is designed to serve women with intense emotional dysregulation and is noteworthy for having all staff members trained in DBT […]


Gaps prevent veterans from accessing physical and mental health care services
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Three years ago, a whistleblower at the Veterans Health Administration (VA) hospital in Phoenix revealed massive problems at the site, including the deaths of at least 40 veterans who died while waiting for appointments and care. According to the Congressional Research Service, at least 6 million veterans use the health system. The revelations resulted in […]


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