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YOUR ENERGY – How do You Spend it?

| May 11, 2018
YOUR ENERGY – How do You Spend it?

Support Strategies, Engaging Group Exercises and a Cutout Wallet Card with Measures to Help Boost Your Energy Levels Sarah’s Story …how she learns to improve her energy Sarah had a long day Monday. She got lots done and felt good from all she accom­plished, but she was tired so she went to bed early. When […]

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Mental Health Care- It Must Advance Like Everything Else

| October 18, 2017
Mental Health Care- It Must Advance Like Everything Else

In a world where change occurs at break-neck, speed-why is mental health such a laggard sector? Look around and consider the pace of change and innovation in so many different areas of human enterprise: aerospace, bioscience, surgical procedures, computers, how we educate, communication, and, yes, even the pace of producing and sharing information. Everything is […]

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MENTAL HEALTH & Its Economic, Societal, and Individual Costs – Part 9

| October 16, 2017
MENTAL HEALTH & Its Economic, Societal, and Individual Costs – Part 9

Health Masters is an evidence-based, feedback-informed approach to mental health. It offers virtual, facilitated, and interactive workshops that occur once a week for seven weeks. A.     How Health Masters Works Health Masters is an evidence-based, feedback-informed approach to mental health. It offers virtual, facilitated, and interactive workshops that occur once a week for seven weeks. […]

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MENTAL HEALTH & Its Economic, Societal, and Individual Costs – Part 8

| October 2, 2017
MENTAL HEALTH & Its Economic, Societal, and Individual Costs – Part 8

There are three major challenges facing any attempt to address this crisis and help those who need treatment to recover, while increasing the resiliency of those who have not yet experienced any mental health issues. Health Masters: Using Advanced Science for Effective Solutions Read our previous blog to learn more about how to overcome a […]

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Loneliness…The New Epidemic – How It Affects You

| September 14, 2017
Loneliness…The New Epidemic – How It Affects You

In 2017 the United States’ Surgeon General stated that in the 1980s, 20% of U.S. adults reported feeling lonely, a statistic that has soared to 40% today and is creating chronic stress and isolation. You’re living right smack dab in the middle of a health care revolution and here’s why. The United States’ Surgeon General […]

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People Avoiding Mental Health Support-A Paradox

| September 14, 2017
People Avoiding Mental Health Support-A Paradox

In 2004, the World Health Organization (WHO) reviewed the rates of psychiatric treatment usage as reported in 37 studies. The findings were quite alarming: Between 30% – 80% percent of people with mental health struggles never receive treatment. The average rates for no treatment for specific disorders were: schizophrenia (32%), bipolar disorder (50%), panic disorder (55%), […]

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Did You Forget How To Play And Laugh?

| September 14, 2017
Did You Forget How To Play And Laugh?

It can support your efforts in overcoming a mental health struggle or ward one off In 2007, I was approached by a middle-aged woman, who was a registered laughter therapist. She was part of the laughter movement, being led by Dr. Katari in India during the 1990’s. At first, I didn’t take her seriously. Yet, […]

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Validation Can Heal a Mental Health Struggle

| September 14, 2017
Validation Can Heal a Mental Health Struggle

However, it’s not something a highly practice in the western society Your mental health is not something you can get away with neglecting. The internal processes of the thought and emotion can be beautiful parts of our lives. At the very least, we want to be aware of them. The reality is that we should […]

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What Congo Pygmies Can Teach Us About Mental Health

| September 12, 2017
What Congo Pygmies Can Teach Us About Mental Health

Friends and loved ones of those who suffer from a mental health struggle usually have a strong desire to help, but often don’t know how. Teaching validation skills is necessary because it’s not something that many folks understand. I have always been attracted to indigenous tribes. I have been especially curious about whether their societies […]

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How Much Support Does It Take? Overcome A Mental Health Struggle

| September 12, 2017
How Much Support Does It Take? Overcome A Mental Health Struggle

The growing body of evidence within the Health Science community indicates that the brain has more “plasticity” than once thought and that brain cells can regenerate throughout our lives. Therefore, the brain affected by mental health struggles can be treated or “exercised” to achieve mental well -being. A 2007 Alive survey of 1000 people with […]

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