Persistent Worry and Health RisksLearning effective ways to turn down the amplitude of the stress response has benefits in preventing illness. View the full post here.

 

Dancing Helps the BrainSheltering at home need not curtail the simple joy and benefits of dancing for the brain and body. Tune in Spotify to your favorite beat and roll up the rug. Our CEO Pennie Sempell’s personal passion is International Latin dancing competition, and has converted the garage to a shelter-in-place studio.  View the full post here

There is an alarming shortage of psychiatrists and psychologists particularly in rural America, yet primary care doctors see the need for mental health tools in a high percentage of their patients. Telemental health tools are trending.

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The percentage of physicians who feel burned out was already high. The current pandemic is making it much harder for clinicians on and off the front lines.

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Each year the American Psychological Association does a report on what is stressing Americans. You might be surprised by the findings.

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Persistent Worry and Health Risks

Published in Thrive Global. In early 2017, stress levels were reported by the American Psychological Association to be on the rise in America for the first time in a decade.  As the year has progressed, Mother Nature is reminding us of her power…

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by Pennie Sempell, JD and James Monroe, PhD


Published in Angel MD. Clinician wellness is a critical, yet under-recognized, piece in the multi-faced aim to improve patient care, achieving better outcomes and lowering costs. Yet, 54% of physicians report suffering from burnout and nearly one-third report being depressed…

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