Posts about Behavioral Health
Turning Around Turnover in Behavioral Health
According to a panel at a recent health summit, the statewide annual turnover rate for direct care workers in the mental health field is a staggering 37%.
How Assessments Can Help Human Services Providers
Once a new employee is hired and onboarded, assessments can provide important insights into their competencies, knowledge, skills, and characteristics.
It’s Time to Redefine Self-Care
It’s time to go beyond the idea that self-care is simply binging on Netflix for hours each night or going to that yoga class occasionally. Self-care is as much a mindset as it is a specific activity or routine. And when practiced effectively, it can change you and your staff’s lives for the better.
How to Improve Board Engagement
The scene is almost an archetype — a board of directors with extensive financial stakes in a company oversees its, ....
The Impact of Employee Turnover on Service Delivery in Behavioral Health
High turnover rates among behavioral health providers limits access to care, causing worsening of mental health, including risk of suicide. Learn more now.
CCBHC: What It Means for Behavioral Health Providers
The CCBHC Demonstration Program may very well outline the future of community behavioral health services. Which providers can become a CCBHC?
A New Generation of Mental Health Clinics – The CCBHCs
The goal of the Excellence in Mental Health Act (EMHA) is not to direct healthcare professionals on how they should, ....
What’s Going on with Drug Abuse And Mental Health Disorders Among Veterans
Society has a way of rationalizing substance use disorder (SUD). In reality, the struggles of life experiences, surroundings and personal, ....
Mental Health Crises in School
Discussions on mental health have a tendency to focus on adults living with behavioral health problems, including depression, anxiety and, ....
How to Manage Aggression in Behavioral Health Centers
Mental health problems take a toll on the body and mind, increasing the risk of aggression. Learn how to manage it in your behavioral health facility now.
Autism, Anxiety and Depression: What You Need to Know About Comorbidity
Anxiety or depression can result in extreme, unusual symptoms in individuals with autism. Find out why and what it means for treatment outcomes now.
Hanging on One More Moment: Suicide and the Perspective of Truth
Let’s talk about an obvious truth. Suicide is a choice. It’s unlike cancer. People with cancer don’t make a conscious choice. They don’t take a deliberate...
How Can a Caregiver Recognize Anxiety?
Caregivers need to recognize when their patients are experiencing the symptoms of an anxiety disorder and/or suffering with panic attacks.
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