Mental Health Awareness Month is an observance that takes place every May. It was launched by Mental Health America, an organization that is dedicated to promoting mental health by educating people about mental health conditions and reducing barriers to treatment and services. For a better understanding of the intention behind Mental Health Awareness Month, here…
April is Financial Literacy Month—and a good time to reflect on financial health and well-being.
By Kate Scheirman, MSW, LSW, Patient Health Advocate, and Lisa Bolt, AllOne Health “There are only four kinds of people in the world. Those who have been caregivers. Those who are currently caregivers. Those who will be caregivers, and those who will need a caregiver.” —Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter Only when we first…
Have you ever been in a meeting where you had a solution to a very pressing problem, but you didn’t say anything? Have you ever behaved in a way that you look back on and wonder if it may have upset or offended a colleague, but you did not check in with them after?
When you hear the term “whole health,” what comes to mind? Your entire physical well-being? Your mind-body connection?
Everything seems to be more expensive this year: gas, groceries, utilities—and holiday gifts.
With all the hosting, traveling, gift-buying, budgeting, and year-end work deadlines, the holiday season can bring more stress than joy.
After any kind of traumatic event, it’s common to experience grief, sadness, disruption, and loss.
Self-care is mentioned a lot these days, especially as a strategy to reduce stress and bounce back from challenges.
Now that parents and kids have adjusted to the new routines of summer, the calendar reminds us that it’s time to get ready for the new school year ahead.