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https://behavioralscientist.org/behavioral-scientists-notable-books-of-2021/
Check out these notable behavioral science books!
https://behavioralhealthdallas.com/blog
Check out our new blog page on our website!
Did you know it is National Infertility Awareness Week? Check out these resources from RESOLVE for different ideas on how to spread the word or your own story about the daily impact of infertility. #NIAW2021 #WhatIWantYouToKnow
One of the more common concerns from our pregnant patients is how to approach tests with possibility of pain 😬 Great tips on what to expect and how to manage this from UT Southwestern Medical Center:
How can kindness and curiosity help our anxiety? Read more about these surprising strategies!👇😊
We are pleased to announce our virtual postpartum support group beginning February 18, 2021. The group will focus on general postpartum coping and address the unique stressors that Covid has presented. Please contact Dr. Vadiee for more information (see below) and to reserve your spot.
Another study promoting the mental health benefits of exercise! 💪💪💪 Good motivation to hit the (at home) gym?
If you are making the difficult decision to change Thanksgiving plans, here's more on how to navigate tough conversations with family:
Stressed about the election as election day approaches? You are not alone.
How can you feel more empowered when it comes to taming tantrums?

Behavioral Health Dallas, PLLC is a mental wellness practice specializing in comprehensive care for individuals of all ages and their families.

Our goal is to provide effective, individualized care in a supportive environment.

A year in review: Top 5 Your Pregnancy Matters stories in 2021 | Your Pregnancy Matters | UT Southwestern Medical Center 12/28/2021

A year in review: Top 5 Your Pregnancy Matters stories in 2021 | Your Pregnancy Matters | UT Southwestern Medical Center

Check out this article from UT Southwestern

https://utswmed.org/medblog/top-pregnancy-stories-2021/?utm_campaign=medblog&utm_content=medbloglp&utm_medium=organic&utm_source=facebook&utm_utm-audience=na

A year in review: Top 5 Your Pregnancy Matters stories in 2021 | Your Pregnancy Matters | UT Southwestern Medical Center COVID-19 facts, preeclampsia research, and the truth about epidurals among the top five Your Pregnancy Matters blogs from UT Southwestern.

Behavioral Scientist’s Notable Books of 2021 - By Antonia Violante, Heather Graci, & Evan Nesterak - Behavioral Scientist 12/21/2021

Behavioral Scientist’s Notable Books of 2021 - By Antonia Violante, Heather Graci, & Evan Nesterak - Behavioral Scientist

https://behavioralscientist.org/behavioral-scientists-notable-books-of-2021/
Check out these notable behavioral science books!

Behavioral Scientist’s Notable Books of 2021 - By Antonia Violante, Heather Graci, & Evan Nesterak - Behavioral Scientist Summer isn’t the same without a good reading list. Here are our behavioral science picks for summer 2021.

Blog — Behavioral Health Dallas | Therapy & Support 12/09/2021

Blog — Behavioral Health Dallas | Therapy & Support

https://behavioralhealthdallas.com/blog
Check out our new blog page on our website!

Blog — Behavioral Health Dallas | Therapy & Support How to Ask for Help After Pregnancy: You Don’t Need to do it Alone Understanding the importance and benefits of asking for help postpartum. Read More Katie SardoneSeptember 21, 2021

Coping with Seasonal Affective Disorder During Another Pandemic Winter 12/08/2021

Coping with Seasonal Affective Disorder During Another Pandemic Winter

https://www.healthline.com/health-news/coping-with-seasonal-affective-disorder-during-another-pandemic-winter

Coping with Seasonal Affective Disorder During Another Pandemic Winter As we approach another pandemic winter, seasonal affective disorder is once again being compounded by COVID-19 anxiety for many Americans.

NIAW 5 Day Challenge - National Infertility Awareness Week 04/19/2021

NIAW 5 Day Challenge - National Infertility Awareness Week

Did you know it is National Infertility Awareness Week? Check out these resources from RESOLVE for different ideas on how to spread the word or your own story about the daily impact of infertility. #NIAW2021 #WhatIWantYouToKnow

NIAW 5 Day Challenge - National Infertility Awareness Week Starting Monday, April 20th and ending on Friday, April 25th we are challenging the infertility community to share a different photo for every day .

How to manage anxiety about pain during common pregnancy tests | Your Pregnancy Matters | UT Southwestern Medical Center 04/06/2021

How to manage anxiety about pain during common pregnancy tests | Your Pregnancy Matters | UT Southwestern Medical Center

One of the more common concerns from our pregnant patients is how to approach tests with possibility of pain 😬 Great tips on what to expect and how to manage this from UT Southwestern Medical Center:

How to manage anxiety about pain during common pregnancy tests | Your Pregnancy Matters | UT Southwestern Medical Center A little squeamish about pain? Robyn Horsager-Boehrer, M.D., discusses tips to feel less anxious about pain or discomfort during common pregnancy tests and exams.

New Strategies for Calming Your Pandemic Anxiety 03/02/2021

New Strategies for Calming Your Pandemic Anxiety

How can kindness and curiosity help our anxiety? Read more about these surprising strategies!👇😊

New Strategies for Calming Your Pandemic Anxiety A new book argues that anxiety can become a “habit loop” and offers ways to break it.

01/25/2021

We are pleased to announce our virtual postpartum support group beginning February 18, 2021. The group will focus on general postpartum coping and address the unique stressors that Covid has presented. Please contact Dr. Vadiee for more information (see below) and to reserve your spot.

We are pleased to announce our virtual postpartum support group beginning February 18, 2021. The group will focus on general postpartum coping and address the unique stressors that Covid has presented. Please contact Dr. Vadiee for more information (see below) and to reserve your spot.

nytimes.com 01/14/2021

Weight Training May Help Ease Anxiety

Another study promoting the mental health benefits of exercise! 💪💪💪 Good motivation to hit the (at home) gym?

nytimes.com A basic program of lunges, lifts, squats and crunches eased anxiety levels in healthy young men and women.

01/07/2021

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time.com 11/20/2020

It's Time to Rethink Thanksgiving. Here's How to Have That Conversation With Your Family

If you are making the difficult decision to change Thanksgiving plans, here's more on how to navigate tough conversations with family:

time.com We asked family therapists, negotiation experts and more for their advice

apa.org 11/02/2020

2020 Presidential Election a Source of Significant Stress for More Americans than 2016 Presidential Race

Stressed about the election as election day approaches? You are not alone.

apa.org American Psychological Association offers advice on how to handle election stress.

nytimes.com 10/30/2020

The Science Behind Your Child’s Tantrums

How can you feel more empowered when it comes to taming tantrums?

nytimes.com And how to nip them in the bud before they start.

wsj.com 10/14/2020

Is It OK to Reveal Your Anxiety or Depression to Your Boss?

Talking about mental health in the workplace may feel intimidating. Here's more on how to navigate this conversation:

wsj.com Mental-health issues have soared during the pandemic and companies are providing benefits. But before asking for accommodations, consider whom to talk to and what you need.

usnews.com 09/29/2020

A Good Workout Could Boost Your Thinking for Up to 2 Hours

Some motivation to get your blood flowing today! 🏃‍♀️

usnews.com US News is a recognized leader in college, grad school, hospital, mutual fund, and car rankings. Track elected officials, research health conditions, and find news you can use in politics, business, health, and education.

zerotothree.org 09/23/2020

All the Feels: Helping Young Children Cope with the Return to Child Care

Hope the transitions back to school and daycare have been ok so far! Here are some great strategies for making the transition go smoothly:

zerotothree.org Babies and toddlers may struggle with returning to child care settings. Here's how adults can help.

dallasnews.com 09/23/2020

Dallas-based psychiatrist makes 8 suggestions for combating the mental health effects of coronavirus

Helpful suggestions from one of UT Southwestern Medical Center brightest:

dallasnews.com Dr. Madhukar Trivedi answered reader questions about how to cope with anxiety, isolation and other pandemic impacts.

utswmed.org 07/29/2020

Is it safe to get pregnant during the COVID-19 pandemic? | COVID | Your Pregnancy Matters | UT Southwestern Medical Center

One of our most FAQs right now...

utswmed.org As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, women are trying to decide whether they should delay having a baby. Dr. Robyn Horsager-Boehrer offers valuable guidance to help with this very personal decision.

cnn.com 07/27/2020

Go ahead, have a good cry. It's good for you, psychiatrists say

It's ok, go on and grab some tissues...

cnn.com Is crying good for you? Experts in mental health say that if you're healthy, crying has benefits that can be just what you need to feel better.

utswmed.org 07/24/2020

COVID-19 and positivity: 7 encouraging signs amid the pandemic | COVID | UT Southwestern Medical Center

Some positive signs to brighten up your Friday! ☀️🌈

utswmed.org Looking for a few rays of hope during the pandemic? UT Southwestern respiratory specialist Dr. Sonja Bartolome sees at least seven, including prevention measures taking hold in Texas.

nytimes.com 07/20/2020

There’s Still a Pandemic Happening. It’s OK Not to Please Everyone.

People pleasing in the age of COVID:

nytimes.com The desire to make others happy can undermine our safety. Don’t let it.

teenvogue.com 07/10/2020

50 People Shared the Best Advice Their Therapist Has Ever Given Them

50 patients share their most valuable advice from therapy

teenvogue.com "Feelings aren't facts."

theeverygirl.com 07/09/2020

Emotional Burnout Is Real: Here’s How to Heal

Do you know the signs of burnout? Read along for signs and nine helpful strategies to cope:

theeverygirl.com Are you feeling emotionally burnt out? We asked a few experts about emotional burnout, from what it is to how to address it to how to heal from it.

apa.org 07/08/2020

How well is telepsychology working?

Does telehealth therapy work as well as in-person therapy? 🤔Read on for research findings in this article from the American Psychological Association

apa.org Researchers pinpoint what we know—and what we need to learn—about telepsychology treatment options.

nytimes.com 07/07/2020

What to Say When People Tell You Their Coronavirus Fears

How can you listen and comfort empathically during this stressful time?👂💛

nytimes.com Empathy over dismissive positivity.

nytimes.com 05/28/2020

How to Reduce Your Risk of PTSD in a Post-Covid-19 World

"How you handle stress can make a difference in how you ultimately cope." Useful strategies from PTSD research and strategies:

nytimes.com It’s normal to feel a sense of hopelessness and loneliness in these times. But there are proven and proactive ways for you to get through it.

todaysparent.com 05/25/2020

This is how prenatal care is changing because of coronavirus

Knowledge is power 💪💪💪 Learning about how prenatal care may be different during COVID could help with anxious feelings. Read on for great information and resources:

todaysparent.com Solo ultrasounds, prenatal classes on Zoom, and virtual doctors' appointments: this is how prenatal care has changed during the coronavirus pandemic.

wsj.com 05/01/2020

After a Hurricane, New Confidence

How might we come out of this crisis with positive changes? 🌈

wsj.com Psychologists call it ‘posttraumatic growth’ and they see people emerge from scary times with confidence for new ventures, writes Elizabeth Bernstein in ‘Bonds: On Relationships.’

04/30/2020

LIVE event 1:00 pm tomorrow - what you need to know about COVID-19 and pregnancy

Pregnant women are at higher risk for many infections, but the risks of COVID-19 to mother and baby are uncertain. Join our Facebook Live chat at 1 p.m. Thursday to learn what our experts do know about pregnancy and COVID-19.

04/27/2020

Behavioral Health Dallas staff from L to R: Dr. Katie Sardone; Dr. Anna Thomas; Ms. Samantha Siegel; Dr. Priscilla Rogers-Fahy; Dr. Yaprak Harrison

brenebrown.com 04/25/2020

David Kessler and Brené on Grief and Finding Meaning | Brené Brown

Listen to this outstanding podcast for more on grief and how to navigate feelings of loss that many of us have felt due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

brenebrown.com Grief expert David Kessler takes us by the hand and walks us into what he's learned about love, loss, and finding meaning. As someone who has a lot of fear about grief and grieving, this conversation is not what I expected. The only word I can use to describe what I learned from David is "beautiful....

04/23/2020

UT Southwestern Medical Center

Helpful tips for managing pandemic pregnancy stress from Behavioral Health Dallas' psychiatrist, Dr. Yaprak Harrison 🙏

Pregnancy can be stressful, and that's especially true during the COVID-19 quarantine. Get tips to manage "pandemic pregnancy" stress in this week's Your Pregnancy Matters blog.

nytimes.com 04/20/2020

Silent Signs Your Child Is Stressed

When signs of stress are not so obvious...

nytimes.com We asked experts which symptoms may indicate a kid is struggling — and how to treat them.

linkedin.com 04/17/2020

Well-Being Index posted on LinkedIn

3PM CST Today the Well-Being Index is hosting a free webinar to identify ways to decrease distress during COVID-19. Check it out!

linkedin.com Today at 3PM CST we are hosting a free webinar with Katie Sardone, PhD and Sandy Scott, FACHE, MPA to discuss actionable steps to reduce distress during...

utswmed.org 04/17/2020

Keep baby toys germ-free with these COVID-19 cleaning tips | Prevention | Your Pregnancy Matters | UT Southwestern Medical Center

Safety tips for keeping your littlest ones germ-free 😄

utswmed.org Babies explore the world through touch and taste – exposing them to viruses such as COVID-19. Get easy tips to disinfect kids’ toys in this Your Pregnancy Matters blog.

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7557 Rambler Road, Ste. 425
Dallas, TX
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