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Suicide, Overdose Deaths: Coronavirus Will Have Indirect Fatalities

The direct impact of the coronavirus has been extensive, costing nearly 2,400 lives and impacting families across the country. Those are not the only fatalities…

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Mental Health Providers Are Struggling, Too. Here’s How They’re Supporting Each Other

Therapists, counselors, and social workers are providing vital community support despite also experiencing elevated symptoms of anxiety and depression themselves…

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The Psychological Effects Of Social Distancing

As important as it is to keep these measures in place, it is also important to recognize the psychological effects this can have on people…

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8 Tips to Attract New Patients

Here are some fantastic telemedicine campaign suggestions to bring in new site visitors to your page and boost traffic:

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Notification of Enforcement Discretion for Telehealth Remote Communications During the COVID-19 Nationwide Public Health Emergency

The Office for Civil Rights (OCR) at the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is responsible for enforcing certain regulations issued under the Health…

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In An Era Of Quarantine, Crisis Hotlines Face Growing – And Urgent – Demand

The coronavirus pandemic has led to a big spike in calls to mental health and suicide prevention hotlines.

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March is Nonsuicidal Self-Injury Awareness Month

March 1st marked the launch of Self-Injury Awareness Month, an initiative created to educate the public about nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI),…

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Arizona Mayor Doug Ducey Signs Mental Health Legislation Into Law In Arizona

Arizona lawmakers and Gov. Doug Ducey on Tuesday approved legislation aimed at preventing teenage suicides and requiring insurance companies to pay for mental health…

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We Lost Our Son to Suicide. Here’s How We Survived.

I tried many of the supports available to help parents heal, like therapy, support groups, exercise and finding a way to honor our son’s memory.

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Advice For Parents Of Kids With Mental Health Challenges: Don’t look away

If you notice an unusual change in your child’s behavior that you suspect may be linked to their mental health, the worst thing you can do is brush those concerns under the rug.

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