SIGNS IN SENIORS; MENTAL HEALTH CONCERNS

2019-12-15T03:41:21+00:00

SIGNS IN SENIORS; MENTAL HEALTH CONCERNS According to the CDC, 20% of adults 55 years or older have experienced some type of mental health concern. Sadly, 1 in 3 of those people do not receive treatment or seek help. These statistics are alarming. With awareness and vigilance, caregivers, family, and friends can look out for [...]

SIGNS IN SENIORS; MENTAL HEALTH CONCERNS2019-12-15T03:41:21+00:00

The Pursuit of Joy

2019-12-23T17:39:40+00:00

The Pursuit of Joy Happiness versus Joy Happiness seems to be something pursued by most everyone in American culture. From the outside, it may seem like a lot of individuals in your community have found “happiness” and it may feel discouraging that you would not define your life as happy. The thing about happiness is [...]

The Pursuit of Joy2019-12-23T17:39:40+00:00

Fostering Healthy Friendships

2019-12-23T17:42:35+00:00

Fostering Healthy Friendships Today more than ever we live in a culture where everyone is SO busy! Many of us think being busy is a virtue, and elevate being busy as “the way” to live or else we must not be measuring up to the culture’s standard for productivity. Unfortunately, with this mindset many of [...]

Fostering Healthy Friendships2019-12-23T17:42:35+00:00

Immigrant Minorities and Mental Health

2019-12-23T17:45:01+00:00

Immigrant Minorities and Mental Health The United States has long been described as a melting pot of cultures, a country of immigrants. With over 41 million foreign-born U.S. residents 13% of the total population, the relationship between immigration and risk of psychiatric illness has significant public health implications. Historically, observations of socioeconomic disadvantage in immigrant [...]

Immigrant Minorities and Mental Health2019-12-23T17:45:01+00:00