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What To Do When Alcohol Affects Job Performance

Alcohol is well known for its ability to lower inhibitions and create a temporary release from the stresses in life. It’s also widely accepted, easily available, and often included in most social settings, even those that are job related. However, once abused, alcohol begins to show its negative side. Excessive drinking, or binge drinking, startsRead More

How Can Depression Affect a Person’s Work Motivation?

Depression can be extremely debilitating if not treated appropriately, and work professionals are not immune to this mental health condition. In fact, upper level executives are at risk for developing depression, given the numerous amounts of stress, pressure, and hours that go into their work endeavors each week. Doctors, first responders, nurses, veterinarians and lawyersRead More

Veterinarians and Depression: Job and Mental Health-Related Concerns

Please note: If you are experiencing suicidal thoughts, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255. Your life matters. Veterinarians are often not considered for mental health concerns; with presumably high salaries and a constant need for veterinarians, societal perceptions often lack appropriate knowledge for what this population of professionals truly need. Veterinarians undergoRead More

Why is Relapse Prevention Important?

Whether you’re recovering from a mental illness or substance use disorder (SUD), relapse can affect your health, performance at work, and your personal life as well. Returning to work after spending some time in treatment can be daunting, and not establishing an action plan for your return could set you up for additional challenges inRead More

6 Ways Your Workplace Could Be Contributing to Mental Health Concerns

Mental illness stigma runs rampant in the workplace, with many people not even feeling comfortable disclosing their mental illness concerns through employment screening processes in fear they will be considered incapable of meeting their job demands. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that the United States loses $1 trillion each year in lost productivity dueRead More

Is Mindfulness an Evidence-Based Practice in the Workplace?

Mindfulness has been practiced for centuries but continues to remain an incredibly effective practice for feeling grounded in the present moment. Mental illness, substance use concerns, and life stressors can make it particularly challenging for employees to focus in the workplace, making mindfulness a viable option for companies to endorse. Mindful.org defines mindfulness as, “TheRead More

Why Would a Medical Consultation Be Beneficial To Me?

If you’ve decided to move forward with treatment for a substance addiction, medical consultations are extremely important. From a holistic perspective, your healthcare team should want to know everything that’s been affecting you, and your medical history and present status can provide detailed information to your health. Medical consultations can be beneficial for entering aRead More

4 Habits We Do at Work That Bring About Depression and Anxiety

Throughout the workweek, mental health often becomes a lower priority compared to phone calls, emails, deadlines, and projects. Upper level managers and business executives experience a lot of stress and pressure as they make big decisions that can affect the success of the organization. Depression and anxiety can develop in many ways, but did youRead More

What Alternative 12-Step Groups Are Available to Me?

Twelve step groups, such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), have become an incredibly powerful option for many in their journey to recovery, as they provide individuals the opportunity to meet others who can guide them through their challenges and successes. However, these types of groups are often based on a religious foundation, which does not alwaysRead More

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