Approaching the Bench in Trauma Informed Courts | There’s a Difference

70% of adults in the United States have experienced trauma at least once in their lives. These traumatic events continue to affect how the individuals function in their daily life long after the...

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45 Thousand Lost to the Suicide Epidemic, and Counting {Infographic}

After Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain each took their own lives within a week of one another, suicide awareness and prevention dominated the media. But eventually other stories stole the attention...

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Working in Hell’s Kitchen | Rising Suicide Rates in Restaurant Workers

I recently caught up with a cousin I haven’t seen in a while. I was explaining that I work at a behavioral health software company, and I write about issues in the field. Issues like the opioid...

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What Hockey Injuries Taught Me About Mental Health Treatment

It was the first week of January in 2014, and my men’s league hockey game was coming to its weekly late-night conclusion.  I was chasing a puck into the corner while fighting off a defender with...

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