Blog For Tag "behavioral health"

  • Coping with Anxiety? Help is Available

    posted by Dr. Sergio Plucker Billups on Thursday, August 11, 2022 Anxiety is a common experience that is felt by each of us at many times throughout our lives. At times, anxiety can be debilitating, causing people to avoid situations and can lead to other health issues due to chronic distress. Dr. Plucker-Billups discusses the symptoms of anxiety disorders and how individuals can receive help to cope with their anxiety in his latest blog.

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  • Create Hope through Action; September is National Suicide Prevention Month

    posted on Thursday, September 23, 2021 To help raise awareness and start conversations regarding suicide, September is recognized nationally as Suicide Prevention Month. Suicide is preventable by learning the warning signs, starting conversations, and helping individuals with suicidal thoughts and feelings. At Spencer Hospital, we understand that there is a need in our community to ensure that resources are readily available for mental health needs.

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  • COVID-19 Anxiety & Coping with the Pandemic

    posted by Debra Brodersen on Tuesday, August 18, 2020 The unknown and unanswered questions surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic cause anxiety and stress for many of us. We all respond to the stress of change differently; therefore, knowing yourself and when your level of anxiety and stress needs to be addressed is very important to your mental health.

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