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Easier access to mental health care goal of Malloy’s plan – Meriden Record-Journal

Easier access to mental health care goal of Malloy's planMeriden Record-JournalScheduled for completion this summer, the claims tool kit is the first in a series of behavioral health projects the Insurance Department and Health Center are undertaking to assist consumers and providers. Work also includes enhancements to education … behavioral health education – Google News

Somerset Hills YMCA provides community education and support for mental health – NJ.com

Somerset Hills YMCA provides community education and support for mental healthNJ.comMental Health Month will be celebrated this May with a focus on strategies that help all Americans achieve wellness and good mental and overall health. Beginning in April, the Somerset Hills YMCA will kick off events to help educate and support the … behavioral health […]

Group offers mental health services for South Mississippi kids – SunHerald.com

Group offers mental health services for South Mississippi kidsSunHerald.comThe group said it's also the largest tenant in the Knight Nonprofit Center on Seaway Road in Gulfport. The group offers a full array of social and behavioral health services for children and their families. It also has educational services for children … behavioral health education – […]

Agencies provide mental health services to county residents – Chatham Star Tribune

Agencies provide mental health services to county residentsChatham Star TribuneUp to July 2012, Mental Health America focused on education and advocacy. That included educational programs for the community and for professionals and support groups. In July 2012, Mental Health America merged with Couples and Kids and began … behavioral health education – Google News

More Graduates Choose Psychiatry in 2013 Match – Psychiatric News

More Graduates Choose Psychiatry in 2013 Match – Psychiatric News

A total of 681 U.S. medical student seniors “matched” into psychiatry residencies in this year’s National Resident Matching Program (NRMP). This is an increase from 616 in 2012, or from 3.9 percent to 4.2 percent of seniors selecting careers in psychiatry. The uptick in graduates entering the profession is good news for psychiatry, reversing a […]

Obama Proposes Investments in Mental Health, School Safety – Education Week News (blog)

Obama Proposes Investments in Mental Health, School SafetyEducation Week News (blog)The budget President Barack Obama's unveiled Wednesday includes money for a host of new education initiatives, but readers of this blog may be particularly interested in new money for mental health initiatives, school security, improvements to school … behavioral health education – Google News

CEO Roundtable to discuss mental health, tobacco prevention – Bradenton Herald

CEO Roundtable to discuss mental health, tobacco preventionBradenton HeraldManatee Glens is working with representatives from the Sheriff's Office, local law enforcement agencies, the Department of Juvenile Justice and the Substance Abuse Coalition to identify issues with safety, substance use and mental health. "This meeting …and more » behavioral health education – Google News

Ming Tai-Seale On Patient Engagement: Communicating With Patients With … – Health Affairs (blog)

Ming Tai-Seale On Patient Engagement: Communicating With Patients With …Health Affairs (blog)The nation's graduate medical education program still only pays lip service to providing training in mental health to meet the needs of patients. Dr. Lisa Rubenstein at the UCLA School of Medicine lamented that the education program for mental health …and more » behavioral health […]

Science News » Prevalence of Parent-reported Autism

Prevalence of Parent-reported Autism NIMH | Recent Updates

Science News » NIH Study Shows People with Serious Mental Illnesses Can Lose Weight

Losing weight is challenging for everyone. It can be particularly difficult for someone with a serious mental illness. An NIMH-funded clinical study proves that a modified diet and exercise program can work for people with serious mental illnesses. Participants lost 7 pounds more than controls—and continued to lose weight. NIMH | Recent Updates

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