Treat Trauma with the 7 Domains of Trauma-Informed Care {Infographic}

June is Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Awareness Month. 70% of adults in the United States have experienced trauma in their life. Trauma affects an individual’s life long after the event...

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Wait…why didn’t you like my post? | Social Media Affects Mental Health

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. In recognition, we will be publishing a series of articles about the status of mental health in the United States. As we become more and more reliant on...

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4 Issues with Patient Brokering | Digging Deeper in the Opioid Crisis

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. In recognition, we will be publishing a series of articles about the status of mental health in the United States. Substance abuse and mental health are often...

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Where’s the Cry Closet? | Assessing Mental Health in College Students

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. In recognition, we will be publishing a series of articles about the status of mental health in the United States. Mental health diagnoses are rising and many...

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Incarcerated Mental Health | 1.2 Million in Prison with Mental Illness {Infographic}

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. In recognition, we will be publishing a series of articles about the status of mental health in the United States. Mental health is an issue that can be...

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Tristan’s NATCON Journal | Behavioral Health Insights

NATCON is the biggest event for behavioral health professionals, and is organized by the National Council for Behavioral Health – the unifying voice of America’s mental health and addiction...

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4 E-prescribing Benefits Other Than Avoiding Bad Handwriting

Remember when you used to walk into your schoolroom when you were an elementary school student and you were greeted by a handwriting exercise on your desk? You would sit down, grip your pencil and...

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Mental Health of the Incarcerated | Beyond the Jail Cell

Last week, I had the pleasure of attending the 55th Anniversary Celebration and Dinner for Housing Opportunities Made Equal (HOME)

After leaving work for the weekend, I took care of a few things...

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You May Have 99 Problems, But Website Best Practices Ain't One

What even are website best practices?

Managing a behavioral health agency is hard. Keeping track of clients, expenses, and staff is difficult. Creating and maintaining a website when there are 99...

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How do I fix late progress notes? | Progress Note Float

We’ve all been late before – and inevitably caused more problems by rushing and forgetting things and becoming even later. It’s times like that when I truly identify with the Mad Hatter rabbit...

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