Virtual Therapy

The Pandemic Has Researchers Worried About Teen Suicide | 9/10/2020

… I see are often talking to me from their bedrooms, sometimes flopped over in their beds,” she says.”There’s something unguarded about it that’s very different than having them sit in my office.”And, virtual therapy can lower barriers to access for families who might have had to travel to get accessible mental health care. If you or someone you know is having suicidal thoughts, reach out for help. Theis …

The Warren Center Seeks Community Support to Send Special Needs Children Back to School with Tech | 9/9/2020

… be concerned about their child’s progress during this interruption caused by COVID-19. When shelter-in-place orders were issued in early March, The Warren Center pivoted its offerings to give clients HIPAA compliant virtual therapy sessions to help families stay home. Virtual appointments ensure children do not miss therapy sessions, their progress is not hindered, and parents still receive the help and support they need. Unfortunately, for some families …

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Penn State Altoona instructor creates virtual therapy workbook | 9/8/2020

Heidi Manfred has created a workbook for use during remote therapy sessions. Image: Heidi Manfred Penn State Altoona instructor creates virtual therapy workbook September 08, 2020 When the coronavirus began to sweep across the globe in early 2020, people wanted to help in any way they could. For some, that meant sewing cloth masks. For others, it meant organizing food collections and distribution to those in need. For still others …

Top Reasons You Should Consider Teletherapy During Covid | 9/6/2020

I have found for many clients (particularly my adults clients) this has been an excellent time to reach out for services they wouldn’t have before. So if you’ve been putting off therapy, now may be the perfect time to look into virtual therapy . Here are some major pros of virtual therapy : 1) Insurance may cover the full cost- This is one of the biggest pros because many insurance plans right …

https://www.washingtonpost.com/health/2020/09/03/coronavirus-sleep-insomnia/ | 9/5/2020

… Washington Post) By Karin Brulliard and William Wan September 3, 2020 at 3:04 p.m. PDT Sara Tibebu tried bubble baths. She curated playlists of low-fi beats, followed guided meditation videos and paid for virtual therapy . In desperation, she even plucked and dried lavender to make sachets to place inside her pillowcase. But every night, she still found herself staring at the ceiling — wide-awake. For five months, all Tibebu …

5 Ways To Wellness: Helping Veterans Stay Healthy | 9/5/2020

… depression or experiencing PTSD can struggle to navigate everyday activities. Making mental health a priority can look different for everyone! We recommend talking with a professional, attending group therapy, or seeking out Telehealth or virtual therapy services . 2. Eat Right, Feel Right A well-balanced diet is crucial to staying healthy. Understanding nutrition helps maintain a healthy body weight and increas e your energy level. Making a meal plan each …

The pandemic is ruining our sleep. Experts say ‘coronasomnia’ could imperil public health. – The Washington Post | 9/4/2020

Sara Tibebu tried bubble baths. She curated playlists of low-fi beats, followed guided meditation videos and paid for virtual therapy . In desperation, she even plucked and dried lavender to make sachets to place inside her pillowcase. But every night, she still found herself staring at the ceiling — wide-awake. For five months, all Tibebu has wanted is a decent night of shut-eye. “The lack of sleep is just …

Experts fear pandemic may be creating massive population of chronic insomniacs | 9/4/2020

… and social awareness keep her from sleeping. Photo for The Washington Post by Brittany Greeson Sara Tibebu tried bubble baths. She curated playlists of lo-fi beats, followed guided meditation videos and paid for virtual therapy . In desperation, she even plucked and dried lavender to make sachets to place inside her pillowcase. But every night, she still found herself staring at the ceiling – wide awake. For five months, all Tibebu …

The pandemic is ruining our sleep. Experts say ‘coronasomnia’ could imperil public health | 9/4/2020

The pandemic is ruining our sleep. Experts say ‘coronasomnia’ could imperil public health From washingtonpost.com Sara Tibebu tried bubble baths. She curated playlists of low-fi beats, followed guided meditation videos and paid for virtual therapy . In desperation, she even plucked and dried lavender to make sachets to place inside her pillowcase. But every night, she still found herself staring at the ceiling — wide-awake. For five months, all Tibebu …

Friday, September 4, 2020 | Kaiser Health News | 9/4/2020

… causes COVID-19. (GreenfieldBoyce, 9/3) Coronavirus Is Ruining Our Sleep, And Could Imperil Our Health Sara Tibebu tried bubble baths. She curated playlists of low-fi beats, followed guided meditation videos and paid for virtual therapy . In desperation, she even plucked and dried lavender to make sachets to place inside her pillowcase. But every night, she still found herself staring at the ceiling — wide-awake. For five months, all Tibebu …

Picking a document camera for speech therapy. | 9/4/2020

… for comprehension and understanding. They are a digital type of technology, which students generally love! They allow you to use the same manipulatives that you would for table top therapy if you are doing virtual therapy -you can play a game, roll a dice and use flashcards and your students will easily be able to see the materials when using a document camera! Screen sharing in Zoom One really great …

Lili Reinhart “Feels Like A Prisoner” Returning To “Riverdale” During Coronavirus | 9/3/2020

… prisoner” returning to work. Angela Weiss / Getty Images Speaking to the outlet, Lili revealed she has taken the last few months in isolation to work on understanding her mental health, and has been attending virtual therapy . View this photo on Instagram instagram.com “At the beginning of this pandemic, I felt very lost,” Lili explained . “I felt very sad and hopeless, because of personal things that were happening in my life …

Google Alert - Health | 9/3/2020

Health As-it-happens update ⋅ September 3, 2020 NEWS Washington Post The pandemic is ruining our sleep. Experts say ‘coronasomnia’ could imperil public health. Washington Post Sara Tibebu tried bubble baths. She curated playlists of low-fi beats, followed guided meditation videos and paid for virtual therapy . In desperation, she even plucked and dried lavender to make sachets to place inside her pillowcase. Support our journalism. Flag as irrelevant U.S …

The pandemic is ruining our sleep. Experts say ‘coronasomnia’ could imperil public health. - The Washington Post | 9/3/2020

Sara Tibebu tried bubble baths. She curated playlists of low-fi beats, followed guided meditation videos and paid for virtual therapy . In desperation, she even plucked and dried lavender to make sachets to place inside her pillowcase. Support our journalism. Subscribe today. arrow-right But every night, she still found herself staring at the ceiling — wide-awake. For five months, all Tibebu has wanted is a decent night of shut …

Colleges Increase Online Mental Health Services To Serve Expected Student Need | 9/1/2020

… on-one therapy sessions, which are usually offered at no extra charge after students pay required health fees. But questions remain about whether colleges are prepared enough and whether students will even know that virtual therapy via Zoom is available or be able and willing to use them. Some activists also worry that waiting times to start non-emergency appointments will stretch far beyond what already can be two weeks …

California colleges increase online mental health services to serve expected student need – Santa Cruz Sentinel | 8/31/2020

… on-one therapy sessions, which are usually offered at no extra charge after students pay required health fees. But questions remain about whether colleges are prepared enough and whether students will even know that virtual therapy via Zoom is available or be able and willing to use them. Some activists also worry that waiting times to start non-emergency appointments will stretch far beyond what already can be two weeks …

Regional: Colleges Increase Online Mental Health Services To Serve Expected Student Need - SFGate | 8/31/2020

… on-one therapy sessions, which are usually offered at no extra charge after students pay required health fees. But questions remain about whether colleges are prepared enough and whether students will even know that virtual therapy via Zoom is available or be able and willing to use them. Some activists also worry that waiting times to start non-emergency appointments will stretch far beyond what already can be two weeks …

Mental health patients tiring of virtual therapy | 8/31/2020

DEWITT — Emotions are swirling during the COVID-19 pandemic, and patients of area mental health experts are searching for ways to help their most vulnerable clientele. Therapists have found their clients are growing wary of therapy and conversation that’s taking place over the Internet. Commonly referred to as “telehealth,” online therapy has become the default mode of communication for many over the past four-plus months as the COVID-19 …

10 Ways a Therapy Clinic Can Benefit From Teletherapy Certification | 8/30/2020

… the terms ‘telehealth’ or ‘telemedicine’ without understanding the ecosystem that is involved.“- Victor Camlek, healthcare principal analyst at Frost & Sullivan. Learn More About Telepractice Certification The reality is that being forced to exclusively offer virtual therapy services is just an outbreak away in this new reality we live in. Whether you are an individual therapist wanting to make sure that you can maintain continuity of services with your clients or …

508: What helps morning anxiety? | 8/28/2020

Wellness-Podcasts/Anxiety-SlayerTM-with-Shann-and-Ananga-p1228532/” target=”_blank” TUNEIN This episode of Anxiety Slayer is brought to you by revivingmind.com . Reviving Mind offers virtual Therapy and Anxiety Support Groups facilitated by experienced licensed clinicians. For a limited time, Anxiety Slayer listeners can get a FREE 15-minute consultation with a trained specialist that will guide you to your best option whether it be Individual Therapy or one …

‘Make Eating Social Again’: How COVID-19 Challenges Those With Eating Disorders | 8/27/2020

For many who suffer from eating disorders, COVID-19 has thrown a curveball into their usual management and coping methods. Social isolation has meant less accountability and a heightened ability to hide disordered eating. While virtual therapy has been a saving grace for some during the pandemic, others have struggled with finding the right treatment for their harmful relationships to food. Host Anita Rao talks to Lindsey Haynes-Maslow , associate …

PT Corner: Games for Virtual Therapy | 8/27/2020

Tweet [Source: Starfish Therapies] Since virtual therapy seems like it will be here for a while, we wanted to share some ways we have been motivating our kids to participate and keep the same exercises fresh! Also check out our Teletherapy Ideas Round-Up post for all of our ideas! Make a list and a drawing of something – (ex. spiderman and 6 enemies – however many items are on the list …

Telemental Health Survey Reveals 70 Percent of Behavioral Health Providers Will Continue Offering Telehealth Options Post-COVID-19 | PR Newswire | 8/26/2020

… services post-pandemic, and that they intend to leverage video visits for at least 50 percent of their patients moving forward. The findings are significant because behavioral health providers have historically cited concerns that virtual therapy could not be as effective as in-person visits – despite the volume of literature that has proven those fears are unwarranted. As a result, behavioral health providers lagged even further behind primary care and …

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New research published today in the Journal of Medical Internet Research (JMIR) shows clinically meaningful improvements in depression and anxiety for patients participating in Vida Health ’s virtual therapy program. The study featured in JMIR , Digital Cognitive Behavior Therapy Intervention for Depression and Anxiety: Retrospective Study , examined the effectiveness of Vida’s app-based, therapist-driven Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) program in improving symptoms of depression and anxiety. The study found …

Vida Health’s Mental Health Program Shows Long-Term Reductions in Anxiety and Depression | Business Wire | 8/26/2020

by Hannah in Uncategorized SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Newly published research shows meaningful improvements in depression and anxiety for patients participating in Vida Health’s virtual therapy program. Share This Post …

COVID-19

Pandemic Forced Insurers To Pay For In-Home Treatments. Will They Disappear? | Physicians Weekly | 6/24/2020

… Boston’s Tufts Medical Center wanted to free up beds for a possible surge of the coronavirus. With a push from COVID-19, such “hospital-at-home” programs and other remote technologies — from online visits with … he said. What It All Looks Like In The Future Virtual therapy requires patients or their caregivers to accept more responsibility for maintaining the treatment regimen, and also for activities like bathing and taking medicines …

Pandemic Forced Insurers To Pay For In-Home Treatments. Will They Disappear? | Kaiser Health News | 6/23/2020

… Medical Center wanted to free up beds for a possible surge of the coronavirus. /p p With a push from COVID-19, such “hospital-at-home” programs and other remote technologies — from online visits with … It All Looks Like In The Future /strong /p p Virtual therapy requires patients or their caregivers to accept more responsibility for maintaining the treatment regimen, and also for activities like bathing and taking medicines …

Mental Health

OCD therapy app sees sessions double during pandemic - MedCity News | 4/15/2020

… would worry about their health, their families, or the possibility of infecting others. But sometimes, those worries can exacerbate existing mental health conditions. With obsessive-compulsive disorder, fears continue to loop over and over again … platform double since the pandemic started. NOCD offers people live virtual therapy sessions with a licensed mental health provider, which are paid for per session. Outside of that, the platform’s users have free access to …

Covid-19 worries cause companies to seek mental health tools - MedCity News | 4/12/2020

… its own toll on their health. The Disaster Distress Helpline, a federal crisis hotline operated by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, has seen a spike in calls of more than 300% since … after getting feedback from clients. AbleTo , which offers eight-week virtual therapy programs for patients with heart failure and other health conditions, has seen a 25% uptick in the number of people using its services …

Health Tech

Coronavirus pandemic fuels a boom in demand for virtual mental health care | STAT | 4/13/2020

Health Tech Coronavirus pandemic sets up potential breakout moment for virtual mental health care By Rebecca Robbins @rebeccadrobbins April 13, 2020 Adobe W ith the coronavirus pandemic causing unprecedented levels of stress and grief, companies … company reported a 50% increase in its number of weekly virtual therapy and psychiatry sessions since the start of February. Their visits are also more intense, according to ratings Ginger’s coaches assign to their conversations …

How Virtual Therapy Apps Are Disrupting The Mental Health Industry | Forbes | 10/11/2019

… go untreated. As the mental health industry has grown in recent years, so has the number of tech startups offering virtual therapy, which range from online and app-based chatbots to video therapy sessions and … users respectively. And investors are taking notice. Funding for mental health tech startups has boomed in the past few years, jumping from roughly $100 million in 2014 to more than $500 million in 2018, according …

Mental Health Services

Covid-19 worries cause companies to seek mental health tools - MedCity News | 4/12/2020

… its own toll on their health. The Disaster Distress Helpline, a federal crisis hotline operated by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, has seen a spike in calls of more than 300% since … after getting feedback from clients. AbleTo , which offers eight-week virtual therapy programs for patients with heart failure and other health conditions, has seen a 25% uptick in the number of people using its services …

Digital Health Not Just for Millennials | PR Newswire | 11/8/2017

… Boomer generation too. Online therapy offers an opportunity to reach older people who are less likely to respond to conventional mental health services as a result of stigma and mobility problems. Seniors are much more … communication in IECBT takes place via typing in a secure virtual therapy room. The transcript of each session, conducted in this way, is encrypted and held on a secure site for both therapist and patient …

Substance Abuse

Covid-19 worries cause companies to seek mental health tools - MedCity News | 4/12/2020

… and it’s taking its own toll on their health. The Disaster Distress Helpline, a federal crisis hotline operated by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, has seen a spike in calls of more … after getting feedback from clients. AbleTo , which offers eight-week virtual therapy programs for patients with heart failure and other health conditions, has seen a 25% uptick in the number of people using its services …

Meet the Class 12 students who are developing an app to make mental healthcare accessible and affordable | 11/21/2019

… or social stigma All they would need is a VR headset, a smartphone, and the VeraMeet app.” As per the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), a US-based government agency, around 40 … mental health problems in rural Jharkhand An app that enables virtual therapy The duo’s VeraMeet app gives patients, on registration, the option to interact with either the virtual therapist, MARY, or with live therapists available …

Telehealth

Fraser Virtual Therapy Supports Autism, Mental Health, Special Needs in the Home | PR Newswire | 4/10/2020

… Anxiety, depression, worry, and stress, combined with the social isolation that many are facing right now equals the need for more support than ever. To respond to these needs, Fraser has expanded its telehealth services to provide therapy in the home for individuals and families managing autism, mental health, and special needs. Telehealth services are delivered via smartphone, tablet, or computer. Families who do not have access to video-enabled …

Oxford Treatment Center Launches Telehealth Service to Enhance Access to Care During the COVID-19 Pandemic | Globe Newswire | 4/9/2020

OXFORD, Miss., April 09, Oxford Treatment Center is making it easier for its patients living in the community to access outpatient services. The treatment provider is now offering telehealth for individual and group therapy, family sessions and follow-up care. Instead of traveling to the facility three to five times a week for treatment, depending on the level of care, the patient can receive virtual therapy with a licensed counselor …

Digital Health

Digital health leaders share their views on what’s to come in 2020 | Business Insider | 12/30/2019

This story was delivered to Business Insider Intelligence Digital Health Pro subscribers earlier this morning. To get this story plus others to your inbox each day, hours before they're published on Business Insider … but telehealth providers will need to convince consumers to give virtual therapy a shot. While telehealth could help alleviate the country's problems with access to mental health care, it's not clear …

Plan sponsors urged to tread carefully when considering mental-health apps | 10/18/2019

… digital health-care offerings. In September, Manulife Financial Corp. rolled out its Vitality wellness app, which includes mental well-being assessments, for group benefits plans. And People Corp. launched a professional assessment tool, virtual therapy and psychiatric collaboration. IN NUMBERS Percentage of people by age who have used a mental-health app, according to a 2018 study by the Journal of Medical Internet Research : 60% 1% 56 and older “We …

Brain Health

New Poll From The Learning Corp Reveals Patients Ready for Virtual Therapy Options to Address Gaps in Care | Business Wire | 11/6/2019

… When it comes to physical and speech language therapy, how willing are patients to deviate from traditional tools to embrace virtual therapy aids? A new survey from The Learning Corp , a leader in digital therapeutics … creating the insights that can lead to new discoveries for brain health. For more information, visit thelearningcorp.com . View source version on businesswire.com : https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20191106005695/en/ CONTACT: Erin Keaveney …

New Solution for the Mental Health Crisis in America | PR Newswire | 9/11/2019

DALLAS , Sept. 10, ACAP HealthWorks today announced a one-of-kind solution that offers preventive care for brain health. Joyages is a ground-breaking, on-demand app that offers users a self-directed path through … ACAP HealthWorks Chief Innovation Officer. “The Joyages app offers 24/7 virtual therapy options and crisis resources; however, Joyages’ primary goal is to reach the remaining 80 percent of Americans – to prevent them from ever reaching …

Digital Therapeutics

New Poll From The Learning Corp Reveals Patients Ready for Virtual Therapy Options to Address Gaps in Care | Business Wire | 11/6/2019

NEWTON, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Nov 6, 2019– When it comes to physical and speech language therapy, how willing are patients to deviate from traditional tools to embrace virtual therapy aids? A new survey from The Learning Corp , a leader in digital therapeutics and makers of mobile therapy app Constant Therapy, reveals that nearly 90 percent of this patient population are interested in using apps as part of their recovery. The …

New Poll From The Learning Corp Reveals Patients Ready for Virtual Therapy Options to Address Gaps in Care | 11/6/2019

Twitter News Feed Item New Poll From The Learning Corp Reveals Patients Ready for Virtual Therapy Options to Address Gaps in Care November 6, 2019 10:42 AM EST Blog This When it comes to physical and speech language therapy, how willing are patients to deviate from traditional tools to embrace virtual therapy aids? A new survey from The Learning Corp , a leader in digital therapeutics and makers of mobile therapy …

Online Therapy

Plan sponsors urged to tread carefully when considering mental-health apps | 10/18/2019

… wellness app, which includes mental well-being assessments, for group benefits plans. And People Corp. launched a professional assessment tool, virtual therapy and psychiatric collaboration. IN NUMBERS Percentage of people by age who have used … benefits plan? Breaking stigma around mental health The data on online therapy and tele-psychology is mixed, says Laura Cavanagh, a psychology and behavioural sciences professor at Seneca College. “A lot of times . . . these studies …

How Virtual Therapy Apps Are Disrupting The Mental Health Industry | Forbes | 10/11/2019

There has been a boom in online therapy companies over the past several years. Getty Millions of Americans deal with mental illness each year, and more than half of them go untreated. As the mental health industry has grown in recent years, so has the number of tech startups offering virtual therapy, which range from online and app-based chatbots to video therapy sessions and messaging. Still a nascent industry …

Tufts Medical Center, Boston MA

Pandemic Forced Insurers To Pay For In-Home Treatments. Will They Disappear? | Physicians Weekly | 6/24/2020

… give it a try. He’d felt increasingly lonely in a hospital where the COVID pandemic meant no visitors. Also, Boston’s Tufts Medical Center wanted to free up beds for a possible surge of the coronavirus … he said. What It All Looks Like In The Future Virtual therapy requires patients or their caregivers to accept more responsibility for maintaining the treatment regimen, and also for activities like bathing and taking medicines …

Pandemic Forced Insurers To Pay For In-Home Treatments. Will They Disappear? | Kaiser Health News | 6/23/2020

… give it a try. He’d felt increasingly lonely in a hospital where the COVID pandemic meant no visitors. Also, Boston’s Tufts Medical Center wanted to free up beds for a possible surge of the coronavirus … It All Looks Like In The Future /strong /p p Virtual therapy requires patients or their caregivers to accept more responsibility for maintaining the treatment regimen, and also for activities like bathing and taking medicines …

Tufts Medical Center

Pandemic Forced Insurers To Pay For In-Home Treatments. Will They Disappear? | Physicians Weekly | 6/24/2020

… give it a try. He’d felt increasingly lonely in a hospital where the COVID pandemic meant no visitors. Also, Boston’s Tufts Medical Center wanted to free up beds for a possible surge of the coronavirus … he said. What It All Looks Like In The Future Virtual therapy requires patients or their caregivers to accept more responsibility for maintaining the treatment regimen, and also for activities like bathing and taking medicines …

Pandemic Forced Insurers To Pay For In-Home Treatments. Will They Disappear? | Kaiser Health News | 6/23/2020

… give it a try. He’d felt increasingly lonely in a hospital where the COVID pandemic meant no visitors. Also, Boston’s Tufts Medical Center wanted to free up beds for a possible surge of the coronavirus … It All Looks Like In The Future /strong /p p Virtual therapy requires patients or their caregivers to accept more responsibility for maintaining the treatment regimen, and also for activities like bathing and taking medicines …

Taraji P. Henson

Taraji P. Henson Created Free Virtual Therapy For Black Communities Suffering From Coronavirus | Yahoo News | 4/10/2020

Citing the need for vital mental health support among the Black communities currently being hit hardest by the coronavirus pandemic , Empire and Hidden Figures star Taraji P. Henson has launched a free virtual therapy campaign for families and individuals dealing with fallout from the virus. Henson unveiled the campaign, which was created to help “under-served communities experiencing life-changing events related to, or triggered by, the COVID-19 pandemic …

Taraji P. Henson Created Free Virtual Therapy For Black Communities Suffering From Coronavirus | Yahoo News | 4/10/2020

Citing the need for vital mental health support among the Black communities currently being hit hardest by the coronavirus pandemic , Empire and Hidden Figures star Taraji P. Henson has launched a free virtual therapy campaign for families and individuals dealing with fallout from the virus. Henson unveiled the campaign, which was created to help “under-served communities experiencing life-changing events related to, or triggered by, the COVID-19 pandemic …

Nancy Pelosi

Following The Impeachment Inquiry As It Unfolds | Iowa Pblic Radio | 9/30/2019

Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) opened an impeachment inquiry following revelations about President Trump’s conduct with his Ukrainian counterpart, Trump has been determined to cast himself as a singular victim in a warped reality — a portrayal that seems part political survival strategy, part virtual therapy session. “As Trump tells it, he is a hard-working and honorable president whose conduct has been ‘perfect’ but who is being harassed and tormented by …

Who in the White House will take the fall - POLITICO | 9/29/2019

Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) opened an impeachment inquiry following revelations about President Trump’s conduct with his Ukrainian counterpart, Trump has been determined to cast himself as a singular victim in a warped reality — a portrayal that seems part political survival strategy, part virtual therapy session. “As Trump tells it, he is a hard-working and honorable president whose conduct has been ‘perfect’ but who is being harassed and tormented by …

Donald Trump

Following The Impeachment Inquiry As It Unfolds | Iowa Pblic Radio | 9/30/2019

Following The Impeachment Inquiry As It Unfolds By editor • 18 hours ago Related Programs: President Donald Trump walks off after speaking with reporters after arriving at Andrews Air Force Base, Thursday, Sept. 26, 2019, in … reality — a portrayal that seems part political survival strategy, part virtual therapy session. “As Trump tells it, he is a hard-working and honorable president whose conduct has been ‘perfect’ but who is being harassed …

Who in the White House will take the fall - POLITICO | 9/29/2019

… Destruction.” Friday: THE PRESIDENT will speak at the Young Black Leadership Summit. HOW THE PRESIDENT WILL RUN IN 2020 … President DONALD TRUMP posted a video on Twitter yesterday, which seems quite instructive when thinking about … reality — a portrayal that seems part political survival strategy, part virtual therapy session. “As Trump tells it, he is a hard-working and honorable president whose conduct has been ‘perfect’ but who is being harassed …

New York, New York

‘We’re losing our kids’: Black youth suicide rate rising far faster than for whites; coronavirus, police violence deepen trauma - News - telegram.com - Worcester, MA | Star Telegram | 6/8/2020

… by suicide than their white counterparts. “We must get at the bottom of why,” said Michael Lindsey, executive director of New York University’s McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research, who worked on the black … Loma Linda behavioral health programs, Spear has been relying upon virtual therapy and Prozac. After initially dreading the start of high school last fall, Spear has hit her stride. She remains on the honor roll …

Should I Try Virtual Therapy? | 6/1/2020

virtual therapy ? The main one is convenience. Lisa Cohen, Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Carl Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Beth Israel in New York, switched her busy practice to video when the coronavirus surged in the city. Two months later, she’s found that patients are missing fewer sessions than they did in the past. If they don’t show up on screen, she can simply call them. Busy …

York, Pennsylvania

‘We’re losing our kids’: Black youth suicide rate rising far faster than for whites; coronavirus, police violence deepen trauma - News - telegram.com - Worcester, MA | Star Telegram | 6/8/2020

… suicide than their white counterparts. “We must get at the bottom of why,” said Michael Lindsey, executive director of New York University’s McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research, who worked on the black caucus … Loma Linda behavioral health programs, Spear has been relying upon virtual therapy and Prozac. After initially dreading the start of high school last fall, Spear has hit her stride. She remains on the honor roll …

Should I Try Virtual Therapy? | 6/1/2020

virtual therapy ? The main one is convenience. Lisa Cohen, Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Carl Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Beth Israel in New York, switched her busy practice to video when the coronavirus surged in the city. Two months later, she’s found that patients are missing fewer sessions than they did in the past. If they don’t show up on screen, she can simply call them. Busy …

State of New York

‘We’re losing our kids’: Black youth suicide rate rising far faster than for whites; coronavirus, police violence deepen trauma - News - telegram.com - Worcester, MA | Star Telegram | 6/8/2020

… by suicide than their white counterparts. “We must get at the bottom of why,” said Michael Lindsey, executive director of New York University’s McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research, who worked on the black … Loma Linda behavioral health programs, Spear has been relying upon virtual therapy and Prozac. After initially dreading the start of high school last fall, Spear has hit her stride. She remains on the honor roll …

Should I Try Virtual Therapy? | 6/1/2020

virtual therapy ? The main one is convenience. Lisa Cohen, Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Carl Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Beth Israel in New York, switched her busy practice to video when the coronavirus surged in the city. Two months later, she’s found that patients are missing fewer sessions than they did in the past. If they don’t show up on screen, she can simply call them. Busy …