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Mental Health Podcast: A Lifeline for Struggling Parents

The daily pressures of life often take a toll on our mental health. Finding reliable resources to support yourself and your children is crucial. These Dr. Roseann podcasts are among the best parental resources, standing out as one of the best mental health podcasts in the field. These podcasts for mental health are invaluable for parents navigating the complexities of

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The COVID Brain and Its Impact on Teen Mental Health

The COVID Brain and Its Impact on Teen Mental Health

The COVID-19 pandemic has left an indelible mark on the world, transforming our daily lives in unprecedented ways. Among the most affected are our children and teens, who have faced not only the threat of a novel virus but also drastic changes to their everyday routines and social interactions. The pandemic’s overall impact on mental health, especially among the younger

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1 in 2 People Will Develop a Mental Health Disorder in Their Lifetime

1 in 2 People Will Develop a Mental Health Disorder in Their Lifetime

Some vital research about mental health may shed light on how common mental health disorders are in our lives. A recent study by McGarth et al. (2023) tried to determine when and how often people start having mental health problems. Healthcare planning relies on this information. Researchers obtained information from people worldwide for this study, interviewing over 150,000 people at

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Positive Parenting and Child Mental Health Guide to Cultivating Resilience (2)

Positive Parenting and Child Mental Health: Guide to Cultivating Resilience

Positive Parenting and Child Mental Health: Guide to Cultivating Resilience In the vibrant tapestry of child development, the threads of positive parenting practices are woven intricately with the fabric of children’s mental health. It’s because the nurturing touch of caregivers, armed with positive parenting skills, has the potential to shape not only a child’s present but also their future. Positive

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therapist working at computer - Dr. Roseann

HIPAA 101 for Therapists and Teletherapy

As therapists, we all know the importance of keeping patient information private as part of our duty to maintain patient trust and therapist-patient privilege. However, as more therapists embrace teletherapy practices whether out of an immediate need such as COVID-19 or a desire to expand their practices’ reach, they need to consider the potential Health Insurance Portability and Accountability (HIPAA)

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woman using computer | Dr. Roseann

What Technology Does A Therapist Need?

The COVID-19 health emergency required therapists to move from their traditional in-person sessions to a telehealth model and it is here to stay. This rapid transition came with challenges, but as the pandemic continues, therapists need to create sustainable teletherapy practices. Additionally, in the same way that many corporations will continue to maintain remote work for the long term, therapists

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serious-talk

What to do when friends and family aren’t taking COVID-19 seriously

Since this is a problem all too many of us (myself included) are dealing with, I tapped psychologist and integrative mental health expert, Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge to get advice on how to manage this stressful dynamic. Keep reading for Dr. Capanna-Hodge’s tips on what to do when people around you are not taking the virus seriously.

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laughing-at-phone

How Humor Can Help You Cope During the Pandemic

Furthermore, Roseann Capanna-Hodge, LPC, says humor can play a “protective role” when it comes to anxiety and depression. Another study showed that humor has a negative correlation with anxiety and depression, and a positive correlation with optimism…and, honestly, who couldn’t benefit from some optimism right now?

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Two young women enjoying the sunny grass while wearing sunglasses, making 2020 their happiest year yet.

Looking to make 2020 your happiest, most fulfilling year yet?

“Instead of always focusing on the negative, flip your dialogue to only positive outcomes. For example, instead of saying, ‘If I get that job,’ switch it to, ‘When I get that job.’ Those subtle changes in using positive language helps to change your mindset to a glass half full instead of a glass half empty.”

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A woman practicing workplace safety by wearing a surgical mask at her desk.

How To Be Safe At Work

“Roseann Capanna-Hodge, psychologist, integrative mental health expert and owner of Dr. Roseann & Associates in Connecticut, coined the term “Re-Entry Panic Syndrome” to capture the emotion we may be feeling when it comes to leaving the security of our homes.”

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Mental Health Podcast

Mental Health Podcast: A Lifeline for Struggling Parents

The daily pressures of life often take a toll on our mental health. Finding reliable resources to support yourself and your children is crucial. These Dr. Roseann podcasts are among the best parental resources, standing out as one of the best mental health podcasts in the field. These podcasts for mental health are invaluable for parents navigating the complexities of

Read More »
The COVID Brain and Its Impact on Teen Mental Health

The COVID Brain and Its Impact on Teen Mental Health

The COVID-19 pandemic has left an indelible mark on the world, transforming our daily lives in unprecedented ways. Among the most affected are our children and teens, who have faced not only the threat of a novel virus but also drastic changes to their everyday routines and social interactions. The pandemic’s overall impact on mental health, especially among the younger

Read More »
1 in 2 People Will Develop a Mental Health Disorder in Their Lifetime

1 in 2 People Will Develop a Mental Health Disorder in Their Lifetime

Some vital research about mental health may shed light on how common mental health disorders are in our lives. A recent study by McGarth et al. (2023) tried to determine when and how often people start having mental health problems. Healthcare planning relies on this information. Researchers obtained information from people worldwide for this study, interviewing over 150,000 people at

Read More »
Positive Parenting and Child Mental Health Guide to Cultivating Resilience (2)

Positive Parenting and Child Mental Health: Guide to Cultivating Resilience

Positive Parenting and Child Mental Health: Guide to Cultivating Resilience In the vibrant tapestry of child development, the threads of positive parenting practices are woven intricately with the fabric of children’s mental health. It’s because the nurturing touch of caregivers, armed with positive parenting skills, has the potential to shape not only a child’s present but also their future. Positive

Read More »
therapist working at computer - Dr. Roseann

HIPAA 101 for Therapists and Teletherapy

As therapists, we all know the importance of keeping patient information private as part of our duty to maintain patient trust and therapist-patient privilege. However, as more therapists embrace teletherapy practices whether out of an immediate need such as COVID-19 or a desire to expand their practices’ reach, they need to consider the potential Health Insurance Portability and Accountability (HIPAA)

Read More »
woman using computer | Dr. Roseann

What Technology Does A Therapist Need?

The COVID-19 health emergency required therapists to move from their traditional in-person sessions to a telehealth model and it is here to stay. This rapid transition came with challenges, but as the pandemic continues, therapists need to create sustainable teletherapy practices. Additionally, in the same way that many corporations will continue to maintain remote work for the long term, therapists

Read More »
serious-talk

What to do when friends and family aren’t taking COVID-19 seriously

Since this is a problem all too many of us (myself included) are dealing with, I tapped psychologist and integrative mental health expert, Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge to get advice on how to manage this stressful dynamic. Keep reading for Dr. Capanna-Hodge’s tips on what to do when people around you are not taking the virus seriously.

Read More »
laughing-at-phone

How Humor Can Help You Cope During the Pandemic

Furthermore, Roseann Capanna-Hodge, LPC, says humor can play a “protective role” when it comes to anxiety and depression. Another study showed that humor has a negative correlation with anxiety and depression, and a positive correlation with optimism…and, honestly, who couldn’t benefit from some optimism right now?

Read More »
Two young women enjoying the sunny grass while wearing sunglasses, making 2020 their happiest year yet.

Looking to make 2020 your happiest, most fulfilling year yet?

“Instead of always focusing on the negative, flip your dialogue to only positive outcomes. For example, instead of saying, ‘If I get that job,’ switch it to, ‘When I get that job.’ Those subtle changes in using positive language helps to change your mindset to a glass half full instead of a glass half empty.”

Read More »
A woman practicing workplace safety by wearing a surgical mask at her desk.

How To Be Safe At Work

“Roseann Capanna-Hodge, psychologist, integrative mental health expert and owner of Dr. Roseann & Associates in Connecticut, coined the term “Re-Entry Panic Syndrome” to capture the emotion we may be feeling when it comes to leaving the security of our homes.”

Read More »
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