A wide reaching initiative is taking place in England in order to combat issues like depression, anxiety and other behavioral healthcare needs.
According to newly developed research, men and women diagnosed with bipolar disorder display different chemical changes associated with the condition.
A new study has found that participating in arts-based groups has significantly increased positive emotions and decreased negative emotions in both healthy adults and those with mental health illnesses.
The National Register is happy to announce that the Vermont Board of Psychological Examiners just approved the National Register’s mobility program. For more information on applying under the endorsement provision, contact the Board office. Visit our licensure mobility page to learn more and request a verification letter.
Researchers have found that people’s willpower and impulsive motivations are simultaneously activated when making health-related choices. The balance between the two is different within each individual.
The Collaborative Family Healthcare Association (CFHA) offers monthly webinars at no charge. Their next webinar, titled “Tackling Persistent Pain in Primary Care: Early Stages of a Pilot Study using Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT)” is scheduled for Tuesday, July 18 at 12:00pm ET.
The National Register signed the Mental Health Liaison Group’s letter voicing opposition to the restructuring of the Medicaid program into a per capita cap block grant program and to the end to Medicaid expansion. These are concerns regarding the provisions of H.R. 1628, the American Health Care Act.
Tomorrow, Tuesday, June 20, advocates from across the country will join together for a nationwide advocacy call-in day to oppose the American Health Care Act.
Psychologists have found that talking to oneself can provide better reflective capacities and behavior management.
New research in the Psychological Science journal suggests imagination may be as important as willpower in making delayed-benefit rational decisions.
The first meta-analysis of police-community interactions, as recorded by body camera footage, shows officers using less respectful words and phrases with black community members than with white community members.