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Resiliency

The ability to recover quickly from difficult situations; adapt well to adversity, trauma, tragedy, threats or even significant sources of stress; and demonstrate positive responsiveness to challenging events.

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7 tips to live a happier life

Do you feel sluggish or unmotivated? If so, it's time to develop an energy management plan to live a happier, healthier and more productive life.

Jolene Hanson LICSW By Jolene Hanson August 9, 2022

The W-Curve Model: Understanding a new college student’s experience

Freshman year of college is known for new experiences, but it also presents challenges. The W-Curve is an emotional pattern incoming students find themselves experiencing their first year in college.

Reese Druckenmiller LICSW By Reese Druckenmiller August 8, 2022

College students and depression: A guide for parents

Many college students struggle with depression or anxiety. As school resumes, talk about these conditions with your student, and brush up on symptoms and warning signs so you can step in with help.

Reese Druckenmiller LICSW By Reese Druckenmiller July 19, 2022

Fostering resiliency in children

Resiliency is the ability to become strong, healthy or successful after something bad happens. Learn how you can provide support and help build resiliency when children face bullying, illness or divorce.

Julie Conway MS LPC By Julie Conway June 16, 2022

How to create happiness

You can learn to be happy — or at least happier. Make a commitment to yourself to find happiness in each day. Use this list to get started.

Sissy Yang NP By Sissy Yang June 15, 2022

Spiritual healing post-pandemic stress

Stress is affecting many people in the post-pandemic world. And higher levels of stress and anxiety may continue for some time. Learn how to use your spiritual life to manage stress and heal.

June 13, 2022

Manage your stress so it doesn’t manage you this summer

Summertime events, like graduations, family reunions and vacations, come with their own set of stressors. Learn what can you do to stress less and have more fun this summer.

Janice Schreier MSW By Janice Schreier June 6, 2022

Helping children feel safe

In the aftermath of gun violence, you may ask how you can help your children feel safe or reassure yourself that your children are safe. Here's how.

Janice Schreier MSW By Janice Schreier May 27, 2022

Anxiety disorders: Is it really all in your head?

For some people, severe anxiety interferes with daily life. It begins in the brain, but it's not just all in your head. Learn about the symptoms of anxiety, and get management tips.

Patrick Bigaouette MD By Patrick Bigaouette May 26, 2022

8 tips for coping with a serious diagnosis

Receiving a serious health diagnosis is a moment you likely will not forget. Follow these tips to lower anxiety and improve your coping after a difficult diagnosis.

Christopher Schimming MD By Christopher Schimming April 18, 2022

What words of wisdom work for recovery?

Words of wisdom can help you achieve and maintain a level of serenity during a recovery journey. Many sayings are easy to remember and can be impactful when you put them to use in your life.

Siri Heille CNP By Siri Kabrick March 8, 2022

Personally speaking: Women, self-care and well-being

Women often put the health care needs of others before their own. In this webinar, two Mayo Clinic physicians discuss the importance of preventive and self-care, and share an inspirational message.

December 3, 2021