Memorial Behavioral Health Therapist’s 10 Tips to Reduce Stress in Your Life

    Stress is everywhere. Work, family, finances, health concerns – the list goes on and on. The way people cope with stress plays a significant role in how it affects their daily lives.

    Healthy Divorce Can Be Realistic Possibility, Local Therapist Says

    Two people don’t get married expecting the relationship to fail, but statistics show some marriages face this harsh reality.

    Memorial Health System Seeks Volunteers to Knit Hats for Newborns

    As part of the American Heart Association's Little Hats, Big Hearts campaign, Memorial Health System is seeking volunteers to crochet or knit tiny red hats for babies born in February.

    Fat Shaming is One of Last Socially Accepted Forms of Discrimination, Behavioral Health Expert Says

    While other forms of discrimination have become taboo, it’s still common to hear negative comments centered on a person’s weight, said Lindsay Roush, a behavioral health consultant at Memorial Weight Loss & Wellness Center.

    Caregivers Must Take Care of Themselves, Behavioral Health Expert Says

    Financial and emotional costs of caring for elderly parents, especially those with dementia or traumatic brain injuries, can become overwhelming for their children. That's why it's important for caregivers to make time to take care of themselves and not feel guilty about it, says a licensed clinical social worker with Memorial Behavioral Health-Counseling Associates.

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