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Mental Health Benefits: How to Get the Most Out of Your Healthcare Coverage

Neil Leibowitz - in Mental Health

When it comes to wellbeing, mental health is just as important as physical health. But, health insurers haven’t always seen it that way. In the past, many health insurance companies provided better coverage for physical illness than they did for mental health…

Digital Therapeutics: How New Approaches to Behavioral Health Boosts Healthy Profits

Les C. Meyer, MBA - in Features, Mental Health

A CEO’s Perspective on Scaling Technology to Bolster Employees’ Resilience in the Workplace As corporate America rethinks its approach to behavioral healthcare, disruptive technologies are spearheading a new breed of personalized care support that represents…

Mindfulness Can Be Your Anchor to Managing Change

By Anne Krog Iversen, Chief DNA & Culture Officer, TimeXtender - in Features, Mental Health

How many times do you feel like you are subject to the whims of forces outside your control? An urgent deadline emerges. A key employee resigns without notice. Technology fails at a critical presentation. You know how unsettling these moments can be. One minute…

5 Things You Can Do Right Now to Improve Your Mental Health

Dr. Neil Leibowitz - in Mental Health

When it comes to taking care of ourselves, we often focus solely on our physical body. However, maintaining your mind is just as important. According to multiple studies, focusing on your mental health can improve your immune system, increase your productivity,…

Calmness of Mind and Wellness of Body

Lawrence Engler - in Mental Health

Having a job is a great way to combat financial stresses and keep your life afloat. But going to the office every day for 8 hours at a time can add unexpected stress to your life. A benefit and curse of having an office job can also be the people you work…

Building Resiliency in the Workplace Enhances Health and Wellbeing

Leanna Lilly, MS, PHR, CCWS - Health Management Specialist, Keenan - in Mental Health

We all experience stress in our daily lives. From raising families and managing finances to juggling schedules and caring for loved ones. And that’s all before we set foot into the office in the morning. When we arrive at work, we have emails piling up,…

Virtual Reality Graded Exposure Therapy: The Paradigm Shift That Can Change Our Mental Reality

Corporate Wellness Magazine - in Mental Health

Imagine curing severe social anxiety, PTSD, or even agoraphobia not with medication or traditional psychotherapy—but with something as simple as a video game. Sounds crazy, right? Think again! It’s called Virtual reality graded exposure therapy (VRGET),…

How Employers Manage Persons with Addictions

Jenny Jenkins - in Mental Health

According to the US Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) it is estimated that 76 percent of people with drug and alcohol problems are employed.  Given this statistic, it is imperative…

Crystal Alchemy Sound Healing

Professor Jeralyn Glass - in Mental Health

Sound Healing has become a mainstream ‘buzzword’ as more people experience the benefits of the use of frequency and vibration in their search for wellness. As our lifestyles continue on the fast track and pressures for people of all ages are rapidly accelerating,…

Workplace Mental Wellness and Intrapersonal Skills: A Case for a Proactive Approach

Chad Palmer - in Mental Health

The current misconception is that mental health and mental illness is the same thing, this needs to be addressed. In order to have good mental health, we need to perform activities that support mental wellness. Mental wellness can be achieved through practical…

Meditation and Mindfulness for Better Overall Health

By Danielle Keenan, Health Management Specialist, Keenan First of all, what’s the difference between mindfulness and meditation? They’re closely related but slightly different. Meditation can be viewed as a way to clear the mind, let go, and achieve peace…

Culinary Genomics: Conversing with Your Genes

Roberta L. Kline, MD FACOG and Joe R. Veltmann, FAAIM DCCN - in Cancer, Diabetes, Genomics, Mental Health, News & Insights

Here is a little-known fun fact:  the food we consume at each meal “talks” with our genes. Yes, as improbable as it seems—a vibrant “conversation” occurs every time you eat or drink.  While it has been known for centuries that food can be healing…

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