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Praising your kids—it seems like an obvious, not-fraught thing parents should do. And yet, according to a new study, delivering praise to children in ways that inspire… Read more “Is it too much to praise?”
The beginning of any life-changing event is difficult. I want to offer a few simple tips that I learned through this process that may help other students… Read more “How To Survive the First Months of Graduate School – SocialWorker.com”
Depression is common and a causal link with diabetes has implications for occupational health. To learn more Check out this paper @ Type II Diabetes and depression links… Read more “Does Depression result in Type 2 Diabetes?”
Mental health and physical health are fundamentally linked. People living with a serious mental illness are at higher risk of experiencing a wide range of chronic physical… Read more “The Relationship between Mental Health, Mental Illness and Chronic Physical Conditions – Canadian Mental Health Association, Ontario Division”
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Self-care is an essential component to the profession of social work. Introducing mindfulness practices is one way to promote self-care among social workers and social work students.… Read more “Mindfulness for social workers “
We all know music soothes our soul. Why not use it to soothe us off sunwanted stress. Here’s how it can work as a great coping skill.… Read more “Music as a coping strategy “
Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) is not a mental illness, but it can cause symptoms related to mental health, such as depression, anxiety, agitation, and hallucinations. If your loved… Read more “AD and mental illness “