Path IHC Blog

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Anxiety Mental Health Public Service Announcements

What, Me Worry: Tips for Dealing with Anxiety While Under Quarantine

"When I look back on all these worries, I remember the story of the old man who said on his...
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Anxiety Mental Health Public Service Announcements

Stop, Drop and Roll – Tips for coping with our new reality brought by the Coronavirus

” Don't throw the past away, you might need it some rainy day. Dreams can come true again, when everything...
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Integrated Care Mental Health

Integrated Care is here to save the world…if we will let it.

“We are most of us governed by epistemologies that we know to be wrong.” And “The major problems in the...
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Mental Health Podcasts

Path IHC Podcast: Episode 2 – The Case for Change – Why do we Need a New PATH?

An exploration of Path IHC's blog post: "The Case for Change - Why do we Need a New PATH?" with...
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Mental Health

The Case for Change – Why do we Need a New PATH?

If you’d ever like to thoroughly confuse and frustrate yourself, I recommend conducting some internet research on the concept of change. You’ll be taught that the only constant in life is change while you also learn that no one really changes. You’ll learn that change is stressful, and you’ll be shown how freeing change can be.
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Mental Health Podcasts

Path IHC Podcast: Episode 1 – Love, Reimagined. – Tips for loving someone who copes with a Mental Health issue.

On the eve of Valentine's Day we publish a deeper exploration of Path IHC's blog post: "Love, Reimagined. – Tips...
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Mental Health

Love, Reimagined. – Tips for loving someone who copes with a Mental Health issue.

With Valentine’s Day drawing near, the folks at Hallmark would have us believe that all the world is searching for the perfect way to tell someone special that we love them... Unfortunately, for the 43.8 million people in the United States who will experience mental illness each year, or the 21 million people in the United States who are currently struggling with addiction, giving and receiving love is not that easy.
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