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Navigating Job Interview Anxiety: Strategies for Confidence and Success

August 16, 2023

Job interviews can be both exciting and nerve-wracking experiences for job seekers. Read on to delve into specific examples and strategies for how to navigate anxiety throughout the job interview process.

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Back to School: Strategies for Supporting Teen Mental Health

July 28, 2023
8 Ways to support your child in school

Going back to school can pose mental health challenges. By equipping children with the tools to plan effectively, manage stress, and communicate their needs, parents can empower their children to thrive both academically and emotionally. Read on to discover some strategies I recommend to support children as they prepare to return to school.

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Staff Highlight: Molly Mercer-Deadman, M.Ed

December 22, 2022
A portrait photo of Molly Mercer-Deadman, M.Ed, Education Outreach Director at Skyland Trail.

Get to know Molly Mercer-Deadman, M.Ed, education outreach director at the Skyland Trail mental health treatment program in Atlanta.

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WRAP: Wellness Recovery Action Plan

May 21, 2014

Relapse is part of recovery. Be prepared. Have a plan. The Wellness Recovery Action Plan, developed by Mary Ellen Copeland, Ph.D., is a structured system for monitoring uncomfortable and distressing signs and symptoms, and through planned responses, reducing, modifying, or eliminating those signs and symptoms.  It also includes plans for responses from others when your…

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Evidence-Based Mental Health Treatment

February 3, 2014
brain made of tools, nuts, and bolts

An interview with Skyland Trail Charles B. West Chief Medical Officer Raymond J. Kotwicki, MD, MPH What is evidence-based psychiatric treatment? Evidence-based medical treatment means that, as a physician, you look at the research literature to determine, according to reputable studies, which treatments successfully help patients improve and recover and which treatments do not.  Just because someone…

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