[I]n addition to medical-type assessment questions, we also have to ask about relationships, work or studies, recent or drastic life stressors, self-care, and other daily behaviors. Sometimes we ask about past trauma or mood experiences.
These additional questions start the foundation for integrated behavioral health (IBH.) Core components of IBH are training all members of the care team to learn about and address mental health and physical health, to educate and support the patients directly, and finally to provide interventions.Read More
The first in a series of "quick" ways to find behavioral changes in your life. It's not that "hard" after all when it's fun!Read More
Named from the guruji Amit Ray, "Life is a dance. Mindfulness is witnessing that dance." - this is a series on research, publications, and media and how they can apply directly to our daily living.
Here we see how DBT-like strategies help come out of grief and loss.Read More