Wellness describes a sense of well-being, emotional and social as well as physical. Here in the Wellness Topic Library, PsychU has curated resources that promote 360° wellness—for individuals in treatment and for their providers alike.
InterviewNovember 3, 2021SARS-CoV-2 has impacted our health, wealth, and lives on a global scale, the extent to which will not be fully…
ArticleSeptember 27, 2021Between March 2020 and January 2021, the incidence of overweight and obesity among children ages 5 to 17 rose to…
InterviewAugust 31, 2021Laura Kaponer, Certified Peer Support Specialist, sits down with Dr. Miranda Fisher to share her perspective on the importance of…
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