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Here’s How You Can Still Get Mental Health Help During a...

Here are some strategies you can use to connect with a therapist and get the support you need.

Are You Tired or Fatigued? Turns Out, There Is a Difference

It’s only natural to feel tired or bogged down occasionally. However, you still shouldn’t ignore when your body is signaling that you need to slow down or that something is wrong on a deeper level.

Feeling Alone in College? Here’s How Students Can Cope with Loneliness

Leaving for college is an exciting transition in life, but after the excitement wears off, you may feel isolated—but there are steps you can take to cope.

Morning Mental Health: 4 Strategies to Start Your Day in a...

Mindful morning routines can have numerous benefits, including bettering your mental health, boosting productivity, and even improving your personal relationships.

Feeling the Post-Vacation Blues? Here’s What You Can Do to Boost...

Post-vacation depression often sets in as you anticipate going back to your routine and the stresses of daily life

Back, Side, or Stomach… What’s the Best Position for Sleep?

Everyone has their preferences for what’s most comfortable—but which position is really best? The answer depends on a few factors...

What Businesses Need to Know About Mental Health in a Virtual...

Employers can make a difference now and in the future by providing their staff the health benefits they need and want – including telebehavioral health.

The Business Case for Integrating Virtual Teen Therapy Into Your Healthcare...

When teens struggle mentally, so do their parents. Explore how virtual teen therapy boosts employee loyalty and morale by giving working parents greater peace of mind.

Understanding the Mental Health Crisis Among Teens in the U.S.

The realities of being a teenager in the United States have changed dramatically over the last several decades. Take a closer look at the mental health crisis facing America’s adolescents.

Talking to Kids About Conflict

As a parent, it’s important to know how to talk to children about global conflict in a productive and sensitive way. Here are some tips to help you guide the conversation.

Prolonged Grief Disorder: Breaking Down the Pathology of Grief

If you or a loved one is showing the signs of prolonged grief disorder, you may need help outside of your normal support system of friends and family...

How Green Spaces Boost Mental Health and Wellness

Feeling anxious? Step outside. Being in nature has been shown to reduce stress and improve mood disorders, and there are a few reasons why...

How Teletherapy Can Boost Employee Productivity Amid the Omicron Outbreak

With thousands of new Omicron cases each day and more Americans prioritizing their mental health, teletherapy benefits could be the key to helping businesses thrive in tumultuous times.

Feeling Anxious? Add These Foods to Your Grocery List

These four foods are particularly beneficial for reducing anxiety, so add these items to your next grocery list if you’re dealing with unchecked stress.

Why Telebehavioral Health is a Critical Benefit

Employees view quality of life as a key factor in where they devote their time and talent, which is why supporting workers’ mental health is a key factor in retaining and attracting new talent.

How to Identify and Cope with Financial Anxiety

Money worries have long been a source of stress, but if any of the following signs sound familiar, it may be time to rethink your relationship with money.

How to Set Boundaries with Friends and Family this Holiday Season

Reduce your stress and care for your mental health this season with some helpful tactics for maintaining boundaries when you get together with loved ones.

2022 Telehealth Outlook: A Clear Path Ahead for Virtual Care

MeMD shares its outlook for telehealth in 2022 in areas including value-based care, mental health, provider shortages, transparency and more.

4 Signs You May Be Experiencing Decision Fatigue

Your day is filled with hundreds of choices—some simple, others complicated—but too many choices can leave you feeling depleted and stressed. Read on for classic signs of decision fatigue that could signal you're headed for burnout.

Do You Have a Mood Disorder? You May be Eligible for...

The CDC has expanded the list of health conditions that qualify individuals as high risk, which may mean you can now get a booster shot...