Future of Mental Health

Content designed to highlight improvements in the ways we're helping to foster mental wellness with patients and communities

  • PREVENTION Trial studies impact of lifestyle changes on Alzheimer’s risk

    PREVENTION Trial studies impact of lifestyle changes on Alzheimer’s risk

    The PREVENTION Trial at Providence looks at the effects of healthy lifestyle changes combined with brain exercises to prevent Alzheimer’s disease. Learn more.

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  • The beauty of recovery: Detoxing and healing with compassion

    The beauty of recovery: Detoxing and healing with compassion

    The Chemical Dependency Program at Providence supports recovery and treatment with understanding and compassion.

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  • Midwives and doulas working together to create your birth dream team

    Midwives and doulas working together to create your birth dream team

    A midwife and doula serve different purposes on your birth team but share a common goal: Your physical and emotional health and needs.

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  • Stress and the heart: What you need to know

    Stress and the heart: What you need to know

    Stress can have a serious effect on your mental and physical health, especially your heart. Find safe ways to relieve stress and help your heart health.

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  • Project spotlight series: Caregiver Stress Meter gives resources and support

    Project spotlight series: Caregiver Stress Meter gives resources and support

    The Caregiver Stress Meter at Providence is an easy-to-use online tool that guides caregivers to the mental health resources they need. Learn more.

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  • Processing and healing from grief

    Processing and healing from grief

    Grief can strain your heart and be part of undergoing medical treatment. Grief counseling, healing and coping strategies can help you to better navigate life. Learn more.

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  • Improving mental fitness with meditation as you age

    Improving mental fitness with meditation as you age

    Providence shares research that shows regular meditation practice improves memory and concentration in older adults and reduces the risk of Alzheimer’s disease.

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  • Understanding the interplay between mindsets, feelings and behaviors

    Understanding the interplay between mindsets, feelings and behaviors

    Providence behavioral health expert Josh Cutler breaks down the impact that mindsets have on our behaviors and feelings. Watch now.

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  • Trauma-informed care: One year later

    Trauma-informed care: One year later

    A panel of Providence Behavioral Health practitioners discusses why trauma-informed care is critical at all healthcare access points.

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  • Coaching the coaches: How Providence supports student athlete mental health

    Coaching the coaches: How Providence supports student athlete mental health

    Student athletes may be at risk for mental health issues. Providence has developed a program to provide resources to athletic trainers and coaches who support teens in sports.

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  • Supporting teen mental health during challenging times

    Supporting teen mental health during challenging times

    Olympic Gold Medalist, Kikkan Randall, Nadine Baker, Ph.D., and Brandy Stratman, LCSW discuss youth behavioral health in Alaska.

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  • Providence seeks 50 stories in 50 days

    Providence seeks 50 stories in 50 days

    All caregivers are invited to join the Hear Me Now “50 in 50” campaign, a system-wide initiative to record at least 50 stories from patients, caregivers and communities during April and May.

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  • The #ShePower in you

    The #ShePower in you

    Providence is honoring and embracing women’s health, social, economic, political, and cultural achievements everywhere.

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  • Holistic approach to living well

    Holistic approach to living well

    Adopting to a holistic lifestyle can offer many benefits that allow us to feel more connected to ourselves and our communities.

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  • Suicide in the time of COVID: Where are we a year later?

    Suicide in the time of COVID: Where are we a year later?

    A year after the pandemic, we’re checking in with updates about mental health and the “deaths of despair.” Here’s what we learned.

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  • Grieving for normalcy: Ways to help you cope

    Grieving for normalcy: Ways to help you cope

    The routines and rituals we considered normal before the pandemic have gone, and it hurts.

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  • Taking care of people who take care of people

    Taking care of people who take care of people

    Behavioral health clinician offers some insights and advice on how telehealth can help during the COVID-19 health crisis.

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  • Give teens tools for managing distress during COVID-19 crisis

    Give teens tools for managing distress during COVID-19 crisis

    A psychologist and NYT best-selling author offers guidelines on how to help teens navigate their uncomfortable emotions during the pandemic.

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  • What to look for when searching for a telehealth doctor for mental health support

    What to look for when searching for a telehealth doctor for mental health support

    Swedish behavioral health expert offers some advice on how to use telehealth to get mental health support.

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  • New study: Exercise can help your mood

    New study: Exercise can help your mood

    Find out how moderate aerobic exercise improved the mood of research participants in a timely new study.

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