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Life’s challenges can make focusing on work extremely difficult, and unaddressed problems can often escalate and have a serious impact on wellbeing, productivity and performance. MHN can help!
At MHN, their top priority is achieving the best possible clinical outcomes for their members. They strive to always deliver the right care at the right time in the right place, all while using resources efficiently.
MHN's behavioral health benefits, included in your medical plan, give postdocs access to a full range of mental health and substance use disorder services from expert staff and providers they can trust.
Accessing Care, and Behavioral Health Wellness, Resources, and Information:Your Behavioral Health Benefits
Find a Behavioral Health Provider (HMO)
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Behavioral Health - Self-Help Tools and Resources (MHN Page UC)
Resilience, Endurance, and Whole Person Self-Care
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Adjusting to the New Normal: Stress Management
Stress is a fact of life. Some stress is good – it puts into action – but long term, chronic stress can wreak havoc on our physical and mental health. 2020 presented us with challenge after challenge, so learning to pay attention to our stress and expand our ability to cope is imperative. This presentation aims to define the various types of stress and their impact on our health and well-being, and provide evidence-based techniques to add to your personal stress management “bag of tricks.”
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Parenting in the New Age: “Good Enough” – From Toddlers to Teens
This new way of life requires us to switch hats multiple times throughout the day – changing roles from employee, to partner, to parent, to teacher, to IT specialist - day in, day out – and for many of us, all within the confines of our home. Parents and kids alike are feeling pent-up, frustrated, angry, sad…kids tantrum or become oppositional, we’re irritable and impatient and raise our voice…and then…the guilt. This presentation aims to address parental guilt, introduce important parenting concepts of “good enough” and “rupture and repair”, and provide practical applications and techniques to help us feel more equipped as parents.