Spartans focus on student-athlete mental health

EAST LANSING – Returning to Michigan State earlier this year was an opportunity Ashton Henderson couldn’t refuse. Yes, the opportunity to work at his university was part of the reason for his enthusiasm. But there was a specific aspect of his role — he’s the associate executive director of athletics at Michigan State University Championship … Read more

Pandemic may have made young people moodier and less cooperative: Study – The Hill

Story at a glance New research details the extent to which COVID-19 has changed individuals’ personalities. The changes were greatest among youth and Hispanic/Latino individuals. The decrease in certain traits was equivalent to the normal personality changes seen over a decade. Thousands of Americans experienced shifts in personality traits such as extraversion, agreeableness, openness and … Read more

OU Health stops some gender health services from lobbying

OU Health said it is halting some sexual health services after receiving pressure from the state, and it comes after new legislation that threatened to withhold tens of millions of federal funds from the hospital if it continues. More than $39 million is at stake. “The legislatures seem to believe that health care and mental … Read more

Does remedial homework really help?

When I found myself on a therapist’s couch in 2017, I kept waiting for what was real work to begin with. I started therapy because I wanted to “fix” my life – my anxiety and my relationships – and I wanted someone wiser than me to tell me how to do it. My natural approach … Read more

Report: Maryland children and youth continue to face mental health challenges

Mental health has become a major barrier in the country to improving a child’s life, an Annie E. Casey Foundation reports in its latest Children’s Data Book 2022 that assesses children’s well-being nationwide and provides a breakdown of services separately. and performance. This content has been republished with permission from the WTOP News Partners of … Read more

Family says more mental health resources needed for Sacramento homeless

Their loved ones try to hold on to the memory of Tanesha Dell, a Sacramento woman whose life was cut short after a horrific tragedy. Tanesha’s family told KCRA 3 that she was seriously injured in a hit-and-run accident in August, near the park. Freeway and Northgate Street in Sacramento. Doctors described her injuries as … Read more

Documentary explores the history of asylum for black patients

By Michael Martz, Richmond Times-Dispatch PETERSBURG, Virginia (AFP) – When the American Psychiatric Association celebrated its 175th anniversary three years ago in San Francisco, two images surfaced. Virginia The mental institutions which contributed to its birth – what are now Eastern State Hospitals and Western State Hospitals. Also participating in the exhibition were two Virginia … Read more