As more Americans navigate challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic, new innovative tactics offer a silver lining for the future of care.
Compassion Fatigue doesn’t mean a person doesn’t care, but that they no longer have the ability to care.
Seniors can get help paying for prescription drugs When older adults aren’t able to afford their prescriptions, they can’t follow the doctor’s instructions and take necessary medication. To get help paying for prescription drugs, Social Security has a program called Extra Help With Medicare Prescription Drug Costs. It pays for costs related to a Medicare … Read moreHow Seniors Can Get Help Paying for Prescription Drugs
White matter, which carries signals across the brain, is often treated as a supporting player. But damage to certain white matter regions may affect cognitive outcomes more than similar gray matter damage.
A new study supports the efficacy of MDMA-assisted psychotherapy for the treatment of PTSD.
Prostate cancer treatment saved my life, and prompted open conversation about erectile dysfunction. Here are some ways to engage support from partners and remove the shame.
Feelings of guilt are common among dementia caregivers Caring for someone with Alzheimer’s or dementia, means you’re doing a tough job that comes with high stress and a variety of thoughts and emotions – both positive and negative. Sometimes those negative thoughts can cause feelings of guilt. Guilt is a complex and powerful emotion that … Read more5 Tips for Dealing with Caregiver Guilt in Dementia Care
Person-centered psychotherapy amounts to a radical therapeutic ethic in the midst of the ever changing landscape of managed care in the 21st century.
Some scholars question the value of empathy, for others it is foundational for the evolution of our cooperative social species, but it must be cultivated by a village of care.
We like to think the working world is a perfect meritocracy where talent is always accurately rewarded, but the reality is relationships are often career difference makers.