The Newest Approach to Handling Depression: Behavioral Activation

Researchers at the University of Exeter Medical School in England have consistently examined the benefits of cognitive behavioral therapy. This type of therapy involves the patient reviewing their thoughts and implementing change to enhance their overall mood. With more research, it has been found that behavioral activation could be extremely effective in treating depression. Behavioral … More The Newest Approach to Handling Depression: Behavioral Activation

Violence & Injury Prevention

Injury is the leading cause of death for the U.S. population aged 1-44 years, the leading cause of disability across all age groups, and profoundly impacts mental health, productivity, and health expenditures. Assault-, motor-vehicle-, and fall related injuries result in nearly 30 deaths, over 700 hospitalizations, and over 6,500 emergency department visits per year in … More Violence & Injury Prevention