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Coping Strategies That Work During COVID-19: Research Brief
The Covid-19 pandemic has resulted in a widespread increase in fear, worry, and stress. Our mental health and quality of life has suffered. New research shows which coping strategies are best during this covid-19 pandemic in helping with anxiety, depression, and quality of life. ....Read More.
Successfully Treating Anxiety and Depression Following Traumatic Brain Injury: Research Brief
Roughly 60% of the estimated 1.5 million Americans who suffer a traumatic brain injury (TBI) each year experience depression and anxiety. In the past, treatment effectiveness has been limited. However, an adapted CBT (aCBT) course with booster sessions is shown to alleviate anxiety and depression. ....Read More.
Why Expressing Emotions is More Important Than You Think: Research Brief
Suppressing and expressing emotions is something we all do regularly. Emotion expression and suppression are usually thought of as two sides of the same coin. This study shows they are separate constructs, occurring independently with beneficial and detrimental impacts on personal well-being and interpersonal relationships. ....Read More.