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  • Burnout: What are the symptoms?

    Burnout is a reaction to intense and usually chronic stress. Most research discusses burnout in relation to a person’s job. However, other roles, such as being a parent or caregiver, can also sometimes lead to burnout.

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  • How to Try Behavioral Activation Therapy for Depression

    Depression can easily convince you that anything you try will end in failure. But if you do nothing, then nothing gets done — which only proves your conviction. It’s hard to improve your mindset without some change in your situation. So, behavioral activation has you take action to feel better, instead of waiting until you feel better to take action.

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  • What are the Signs of Depression in Women?

    There are no signs of depression that exclusively affect women and not other genders. However, research suggests women are more likely to openly express sadness than men.

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  • As demand for youth psychiatry rose, promise in 'pediatric mental health care access programs' emerged

    Referrals from primary care providers (PCPs) to Pediatric Mental Health Care Access (PMHCA) programs increased and involved more complex mental health concerns, particularly regarding mood and anxiety, during the pandemic, according to a new study published online today in Psychiatric Services.

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  • Majority of adults prefer in-person over telehealth visits

    U.S. adults are generally willing to use video visits but prefer in-person care for a nonemergency health issue, according to a study published online Dec. 1 in JAMA Network Open.

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