Articles

These articles are written to be a resource for families, as well as other professionals in behavior health.

You will find a wide range of topics. Use the navigation menu below to quickly browse by category.

Death

Death

Nothing prepared me for April 20, 1996. It was the day after Easter a supposed time of resurrection and goodness. Instead, my husband was DOA after sliding backwards into the center divide in his brand new (with not a scratch on it) Infiniti. Two days before after...

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Biden Overdose Strategy

Biden Overdose Strategy

The current U.S. President, Joe Biden, will unveil a new strategy for dealing with drug addiction and overdoses that aims to expand access to medications for opioid overdoses, increase funding for law enforcement, and expand sanctions against traffickers. The Biden...

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Different Types of Grief & How To Deal With Them

Different Types of Grief & How To Deal With Them

What is Grief Grief is the natural reaction to losing something  Speaking Grief offers a wonderful website and resource which you can find here. Types of  Grief Anticipatory Grief Expecting loss or change can lead to anticipatory grief. With it, "we end up essentially...

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Leadership

Leadership

This edition of my blog is devoted to leadership. Leadership especially servant leadership is needed in our world in general and in behavioral health care. Each day we face life and death situations. As professionals, we must walk with integrity as we work to help...

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