If you have thought of taking a break from social media, you are certainly not alone. What was originally intended to be a digital meeting place for friends and family members to share pictures and to easily communicate has evolved to include attention-grabbing news items, advertisements that bombard, political rants, the ability to scream at [...]
If you are feeling stressed, try one or more of these techniques to regain your calm. For some of these techniques, some time and practice may need to put in in order to actualize the benefits. Others can work towards helping you almost instantly. The important thing to realize is to pay attention to your [...]
COVID-19 has changed the ways we go about our lives. While adults navigate managing their “new normal” while waiting to see what this means on a seemingly ever-changing basis, children can feel especially vulnerable during this time, as communities mull their return to school. Returning to school can cause many children anxiety even during normal [...]
Download a Free Helpsheet provided by SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) about Talking to Your Kids About Alcohol and Other Drugs.
Ideas for Balancing Productive Work and Family Life at Home The New Productivity Adjusting to working at home during the Stay at Home Order as we battle COVID-19 has presented many challenges for parents to balance home and work life, especially during working hours. Here are some ideas to consider trying so that [...]
Download this useful fact sheet provided by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to help guide you with strategies for helping children manage their stress during an infectious disease outbreak. This useful sheet describes possible reactions youth may have and the support you can provide to help them. Download The Guide Here.
How To Identify Signs of Domestic Violence in Your Workplace From Milwaukee's FEI Behavioral Health - The Workforce Resilience Experts - As recent events have proven, acts of domestic violence in the workplace not only pose a threat to the victim but also potentially to co-workers and customers. According to the Centers for Disease Control, more than [...]
Most Important Quality for Being a Leader We all know a star performer at work; he or she's that person who closes the accounts the fastest, relates best to the customer or is the manager that has the respect of all the staff. We think of these `workplace celebrities' as more talented, more skilled, or [...]
Holiday Eating Tips By Stacey Nye, PhD, FAED Thanksgiving is right around the corner and many of my clients have a similar concern: How to handle all the food usually present at large family holiday events. Hopefully, these tips will help get you through with little stress and much enjoyment. Tip # 1 Eat all [...]
Tips for Enjoying the Holiday Season Some may call this “the most wonderful time of the year”, but we know that the holiday season can actually be some of the most stressful months of the year. The busy nature of the season can lead to depression and overwhelming stress. Take some time to prepare for [...]