Mental Health

Information and insights to help you better understand and treat a wide array mental or behavioral health conditions

  • Work2BeWell partnered with student and educational leaders on mental health webinar series for teens

    Work2BeWell partnered with student and educational leaders on mental health webinar series for teens

    The webinars cover topics including how to create an emotional first aid kit, have difficult conversations and respond to emotional crises.

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  • How do you know if you are in a toxic relationship?

    How do you know if you are in a toxic relationship?

    A toxic relationship can lead to domestic violence. Learn from a Providence licensed marriage and family therapist how to spot the signs

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  • Long COVID: What is it and how long will it last?

    Long COVID: What is it and how long will it last?

    A recent Hear Me Now podcast examines research about long COVID and what the evidence shows.

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  • Preventing suicide at all ages

    Preventing suicide at all ages

    In this Suicide Prevention Week, we shine the spotlight on resources for mental health awareness and decreasing the stigma of suicide prevention.

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  • Woman who hears voices shares experiences on podcast

    Woman who hears voices shares experiences on podcast

    Caroline Mazel-Carlton, an outspoken advocate for those with mental illness, speaks on the Hear Me Now Podcast about what it’s like to hear voices.

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  • Youth Mental Health: Raising Awareness

    Youth Mental Health: Raising Awareness

    The mental health crisis among young people is growing. Providence is at the forefront of raising awareness. Here are the stories of two young advocates.

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  • Talk2BeWell - Minority Mental Health live event featuring The Defensive Line

    Talk2BeWell - Minority Mental Health live event featuring The Defensive Line

    Watch this recent social media live event featuring The Defensive Line and Dr. Lauren Harper, Providence Oregon.

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  • Reflections on National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month

    Reflections on National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month

    Jawanza Hadley, director of Providence’s Work2BeWell program reflects on mental health and wellness

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  • A Best Friend – What someone with dementia needs most

    A Best Friend – What someone with dementia needs most

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  • Women in your 40s, here’s the info you need!

    Women in your 40s, here’s the info you need!

    We continue our series with Dr. Melanie Santos about questions women may want to ask their primary care doctors. Our focus this month: Women in their 40s.

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  • Hear Me Now: "I have been able to move forward."

    Hear Me Now: "I have been able to move forward."

    Gabriela reflects on her experience getting help for depression with therapist Lidia Roman, and on barriers created by the stigma against mental health services in Latino culture.

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  • Teens shine spotlight on mental health awareness

    Teens shine spotlight on mental health awareness

    Dominic shares his mental health story and journey as a student advisor for Providence’s digital program that is responding to rising mental health needs among youth.

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  • Don’t be afraid to seek mental health care

    Don’t be afraid to seek mental health care

    During this Minority Mental Health Awareness Month, we offer information about where you can find help and how you can take time out for yourself.

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  • Project Echo: Delivering advanced dementia care to rural communities

    Project Echo: Delivering advanced dementia care to rural communities

    Primary care providers in Alaska are partnering with dementia experts to increase health equity and access in rural areas.

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  • The power of self-talk: Cat Zingano's 7 tips to deal with high-pressure moments

    The power of self-talk: Cat Zingano's 7 tips to deal with high-pressure moments

    Bellator fighter, Cat Zingano, shares 7 tips on how to handle high-pressure situations.

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  • Understanding post-traumatic stress disorder

    Understanding post-traumatic stress disorder

    Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) occurs after traumatic events and circumstances. Learn how to recognize its signs and strategies that help you cope.

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  • “Promise to Talk” about mental health to improve health and quality of life in our communities

    “Promise to Talk” about mental health to improve health and quality of life in our communities

    The “Promise to Talk” Initiative, part of Each Mind Matters Orange County, uses bright green benches to encourage open, honest conversations about mental health.

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  • New research brings hope for detecting and preventing Alzheimer’s disease

    New research brings hope for detecting and preventing Alzheimer’s disease

    A new blood test to detect Alzheimer’s disease is on the horizon, and recent research shows how you can lower your risk for the disease.

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  • Things to say or do when a loved one is experiencing suicidal thoughts

    Things to say or do when a loved one is experiencing suicidal thoughts

    15 steps to take to help and support someone experiencing suicidal thoughts.

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  • Recognizing the warning signs of suicide

    Recognizing the warning signs of suicide

    Friends and family may be the first to see the warning signs of suicide. Learn more about when to seek help.

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