J Balvin’s new bilingual mental health app, OYE, wants to turn emotion into creativity – NBC New York

When J Balvin finds himself struggling to create middle music His struggle with mental healthMake the difficult decision to seek help. Now, he uses what he’s learned to help others. Colombian singer-born Jose Alvaro Osorio Balvin is one of the best-selling Latin music artists of this generation, known for breaking barriers through sound, fashion and … Read more

Study suggests regular activity patterns are important for healthy aging and mental health

A new study led by researchers from the University of Pittsburgh shows that older adults who rise consistently early and stay active throughout the day are happier and perform better on cognitive tests than those with irregular activity patterns. The results have been published online at Gamma Psychiatry, indicates that the activity patterns – ; … Read more

“Garrett’s Space” is hosting a 24-hour virtual fundraising campaign

Ann Arbor, Michigan. It’s been five agonizing years since Julie and Scott Halpert of Ann Arbor lost their beloved son Garrett to suicide. Through their grief, the Halperts worked tirelessly to make sure the other young men got the kind of help they wish Garrett could have. “When we came up with this idea, we … Read more

Kaiser begins talks with striking California mental health workers

Kaiser Permanente reached out to striking mental health doctors to request bargaining sessions on Thursday and Friday, saying the company remains “committed to finding a fair and equitable agreement that is good for our therapists and patients.” The National Federation of Health Care Workers represents just over 2,000 Psychologists, social workers and counselors Providing behavioral … Read more

Rising suicide and depression rates are accelerating a pandemic among US children – 60 minutes

The US Surgeon General described it as an “urgent public health crisis” – a devastating deterioration in the mental health of children across the country. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, rates of suicide, self-harm, anxiety and depression are rising among teens — a trend that began before the pandemic. Tonight, we’ll … Read more

‘Tragic results’: the mentally ill face fatal risks with the police

SALEM, Oregon (AP) – One summer night, Misty Castillo walked out of her home in Salem, Oregon, called 911 and called the police, saying her son was mentally ill, was assaulting her and her husband and was carrying a knife. “He’s drunk, he’s high and he’s mentally ill,” Castillo told the emergency staff, again emphasizing … Read more

Plant extracts and fiber are linked as comprehensive ingredients for mental health and well-being

August 31, 2022 — With stress being a major health concern, with 67% of adults reporting increased stress throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the American Psychological Association, the industry is formulating NPD and components that affect mood. food ingredients He talks with industry experts from Arjuna Natural, Blue California, and WholeFiber. They delve into … Read more

Why mental health is on the ballot in the suburbs this fall

High rates of opioid abuse, the severity of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the recent increase in suicides and mass shootings are among the factors that have pushed mental health issues to the fore. With tax referendums to fund mental health services on November 8 polls in several suburban towns, voters’ willingness to reach into their … Read more

School districts move to relieve teacher stress, burnout

Concord, New Hampshire – With Prince’s “Raspberry Beret” flashing in the background, about 20 New Hampshire teachers grabbed wooden sticks and began beating their tables to the beat. Emily Daniels, who was leading a two-day workshop on burnout, encouraged the group including teachers, school counselors, occupational therapists and social workers to stand inside the hotel … Read more