Monthly Archives: October 2017

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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 advancing at a breakneck speed. […]

By |October 18th, 2017|Mental Health|Comments Off on Mental Health Care- It Must Advance Like Everything Else

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. In keeping with being an evidence-based approach to mental health, the workshops are tailored to train participants to improve their mental health via developing skills and strategies that work for them. Health Masters fosters a non-judgmental, encouraging, and supportive atmosphere. If adopted at the workplace, Health Masters’ workshops typically occur during the lunch hour and require minimal work on the part of the employer.
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By |October 16th, 2017|Mental Health|Comments Off on MENTAL HEALTH & Its Economic, Societal, and Individual Costs – Part 9

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 mental health struggle.

There is a consensus that the world is facing a major mental health crisis. Although developed countries are better positioned than developing countries to address this problem, the same challenges confront both. Not counting the toll that mental health problems and illnesses take on people’s lives, the cost to the economy is tremendous. If steps aren’t taken, the cost and the toll will continue to grow. […]

By |October 2nd, 2017|Mental Health|Comments Off on MENTAL HEALTH & Its Economic, Societal, and Individual Costs – Part 8