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Wellness

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.

Featured Resources

Mental Wellness Across The Lifespan: Dr. Mojgan Makki On Accessing Care In Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

Mental Wellness Across The Lifespan: Dr. Mojgan Makki On Accessing Care In Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

Listen in as Mojgan Makki, MD, DFAACAP provides thoughts on accessing care for families in need of child and adolescent psychiatry services.  She speaks to the role that school systems, pediatricians, and insurance providers can play in supporting families with children or young adults in need of mental health services….
  • Nurse Wellness: A Call To Action

    Worldwide, nurses are on the frontlines caring for the sick and injured of society. The presence of COVID-19 and the…
  • “I’m here…”: Making Connections

    Maria Margaglione, of the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA), and Jeff Fink, owner of Go Fetch Wellness, talk about…
  • Mindfulness Meditation In Mental Health

    Over the last few decades, mindfulness meditation has increased in popularity. In this presentation, Elizabeth DiNapoli, PhD, Medical Science Liaison,…

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