Kate Anticoli, Content Marketing Specialist

Kate Anticoli, Content Marketing Specialist
Kate loves puzzles because of the mental challenge to effectively and efficiently fit pieces together. It's the same with content! When not writing content, she's trying to learn all she can about the behavioral health world.

Recent Posts by Kate Anticoli, Content Marketing Specialist

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 Happens After a Relapse | The Clinician’s Perspective

I grew up watching Disney Channel – the Camp Rock movies starring Demi Lovato were two of my favorites.  Like any Disney program, it tried to teach the importance of being yourself. But I learned...

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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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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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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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What's the DLA-20? | So Much Room for Daily Living Activities

“There’s so much room for activities!” The 2008 film Step Brothers follows new step-brothers, middle-aged Dale and Brennan, as they attempt to handle living in their parents’ house together. They...

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