Emotional and Mental Wellbeing
Cheshire Medical Center’s Behavioral Health Team Supports the Mental and Emotional Needs of Patients
The Behavioral Health Team supports the mental health of Cheshire Medical Center patients.
Being able to bounce back from adversity is a primary path to improved well-being.
Paying attention to your health and wellbeing is especially important for caregivers.
People of all ages can benefit from activities that help keep your brain healthy to improve focus, memory, and overall mental sharpness.
Here are 7 things you can do to live gratefully, learn, grow, and extend ourselves with care and compassion towards others.
Every seven seconds, a child in the U.S. is bullied, says the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). Would you know what to do if your child was caught up in a bullying incident?
According to a new study, Americans spend more than 11 hours a day watching, reading, listening to or interacting with digital media.
When a loved one is grieving, we sometimes turn away because we don’t know what to do. This is normal and understandable. But there are many simple, helpful ways to support your loved ones.
Seasonal affective disorder, known as SAD, is not something to shrug off. It is a serious illness that can affect your relationships, your work life, and your day-to-day experience.
Monadnock at Home and Cheshire Village @ Home are organizations that aim to provide our local seniors with the support and practical means to live and thrive in their homes and communities.