Tag: Mental Health

The War in Healthcare Is Still Raging: Millennial, Combat Veteran, and Emergency Medicine Doctor Shares How Healthcare Workers Are Suffering Moral Injury, Not Just Burnout

By: Melissa Schenkman, MPH, MSJ The story below is part of YMyHealth’s COVID-19 Stories from the Field series. We will continue to share personal stories from millennials who are essential workers, caregivers, and those close to them, as long as the pandemic continues. When Caitlin McCord Delaney, MD, sees her patients, she likes to see them

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A Millennial Mental Health Therapist’s Top 5 Strategies for Dealing with Anxiety When Returning to the Office

By: Melissa Schenkman, MPH, MSJ The story below is a part of  YMyHealth’s Making a Healthy Office Comeback series. As more millennials return to the office or transition to hybrid work schedules in 2022, we will be highlighting the concerns and health challenges Generation Y tells us they are facing and feature advice from millennial

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Returning to the Office and Millennials’ Mental Health: A Conversation with Mental Health Therapist, Jason Phillips, LCSW

By: Melissa Schenkman, MPH, MSJ The story below is a part of  YMyHealth’s Making a Healthy Office Comeback series. As more millennials return to the office or transition to hybrid work schedules in 2022, we will be highlighting the concerns and health challenges Generation Y tells us they are facing and feature advice from millennial

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Millennials and Depression: Top 5 Strategies for Dealing with Depression Once You’re Back at the Office

By: Melissa Schenkman, MPH, MSJ The story below is a part of  YMyHealth’s Making a Healthy Office Comeback series. As more millennials return to the office or transition to hybrid work schedules in 2022, we will be highlighting the concerns and health challenges Generation Y tells us they are facing and feature advice from millennial

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Key Ways Millennials Can Maintain Mental Health at the Office–In person or Virtually

By: Melissa Schenkman, MPH, MSJ The story below is a part of  YMyHealth’s Making a Healthy Office Comeback series. As more millennials return to the office or transition to hybrid work schedules in 2022, we will be highlighting the concerns and health challenges Generation Y tells us they are facing and feature advice from millennial

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Millennials and Mental Health: Generation Y’s Search for Purpose Makes Us Stand Out

By: Melissa Schenkman, MPH, MSJ The story below is a part of  YMyHealth’s Making a Healthy Office Comeback series. As more millennials return to the office or transition to hybrid work schedules in 2022, we will be highlighting the concerns and health challenges Generation Y tells us they are facing and feature advice from millennial

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Blurred Lines: Millennials’ Work and Home Life Challenges and Ways to Overcome Them

By: Melissa Schenkman, MPH, MSJ The story below is a part of  YMyHealth’s Making a Healthy Office Comeback series. As more millennials return to the office or transition to hybrid work schedules in 2022, we will be highlighting the concerns and health challenges Generation Y tells us they are facing and feature advice from millennial

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Seizing Our Mental Health Moment: Millennials Find Lessons in Working from Home to Shape Their Future

By: Melissa Schenkman, MPH, MSJ The story below is a part of  YMyHealth’s Making a Healthy Office Comeback series. As more millennials return to the office or transition to hybrid work schedules in 2022, we will be highlighting the concerns and health challenges Generation Y tells us they are facing and feature advice from millennial

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COVID-19 ICU Nurse Finds Mental Healing of Patients and People Needs a Greater Focus After Caring for Many Fighting the Virus

By: Melissa Schenkman, MPH, MSJ The story below is part of YMyHealth’s COVID-19 Stories from the Field series. We will continue to share personal stories from millennials who are essential workers, caregivers, and those close to them, as long as the pandemic continues. When Rachel Robilio decided to become an intensive care unit (ICU) nurse,

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Embracing Our Inner Child’s Pose

By: Kristen DeCaires, MPH, PMP Chances are, you or someone you know has practiced yoga at least once. It originated in India thousands of years ago, but its following has caught on relatively recently in the United States, particularly with millennials. Since 2012, the number of people who claim to practice yoga has increased by

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