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Mental Health Daily
Hogg Foundation for Mental Health

January, 2016

DAILY SPECIAL​
 
Texas Public Radio
January 7, 2016
 
The order has not officially been signed into law, but the White House is pushing ahead despite legal threats from Republicans. Today, we thought we'd focus on one of those proposals – one Democrats and Republicans have said should be addressed in decreasing gun violence in America: mental health.
 
 
Mind Hacks
January 8, 2016
 
There’s an in-depth article at The Guardian revisiting an old debate about cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) versus psychoanalysis that falls into the trap of asking some rather clichéd questions.
 
 
New Yorker
January 7, 2016
 
New research explores how humans develop a sense of fairness, and whether that quality is innate or learned socially.
 
 
TEXAS
 
Texas Tribune
January 8, 2016
 
Foster youth are more susceptible to becoming teenage parents because of their trauma history and placement instability, advocates say.
 
 
Longview News-Journal
January 7, 2016
 
Licensed counselor Sally Mosely of Longview said mental health services across the country — and certainly in East Texas — always are in need of funding, but she is concerned the president's sweeping executive actions might "further stigmatize mental illness by portraying individuals with psychiatric disorders as dangerous."
 
 
NATIONAL
 
Pacific Standard
January 7, 2016
 
Regulators have logged dozens, even hundreds, of complaints against some health providers for violating federal patient privacy law. Warnings are doled out privately, but sanctions are imposed only rarely.
 
 
HEALTHCARE REFORM
 
New York Times
January 7, 2016
 
The Obama administration said Thursday that 11.3 million people had signed up for health insurance so far during the Affordable Care Act’s third open enrollment period, with indications of a strong desire for coverage among young adults and others who were not enrolled last year.
 

INTERNATIONAL
Atlantic
January 7, 2016
 
Upon his diagnosis with bipolar disorder, Chen Wei, a successful businessman living in Shanghai, found himself disappointed with the services available. In 2003, he founded China’s first support group for people suffering from depression called Shanghai Tulip.
 
 
RESEARCH
 
Association for Psychological Science
January 7, 2016
 
Exposure to miniscule amounts of lead may contribute to ADHD symptoms in children who have a particular gene mutation, according to new research published in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science.
 
 
Medical News Today
January 8, 2016
 
One person's risky bet is another's exciting opportunity. The difference between those outlooks comes down to more than just disposition: It turns out that people with a stronger connection between two brain regions have a more cautious financial outlook.
 
 
Neuroscience News
January 7, 2016
 
Dan Denis, a PhD student from the University of Sheffield’s Department of Psychology, comments on how studying dreams could pave the way for new insights into the neuroscience of consciousness.
 

OPINION
 
Austin American-Statesman
January 7, 2016
 
The cases of Ethan Couch and Rashad Owens are a stark display of the extremes that can occur when justice goes awry under the influence of wealth and privilege — or the lack thereof.
 
 
Austin American-Statesman
January 8, 2016
 
When students are also burdened by the fear of losing a mother with cancer, the trauma of past sexual assault, the accumulated toxic stress of a chaotic childhood, or the weight of other mental health difficulties, those classes can quickly go from challenging to nearly impossible — if proper mental health support isn’t available.
 
 
Psychology Today
January 6, 2016
 
As these discussions continue, it will be important for people on all sides of the issue to avoid both glossing over inconvenient scientific findings about the risks of cannabis and apocalyptic prophecies about the end of civil society.  
 
 
FEATURES
 
National Council for Behavioral Health
January 6, 2016
 
It’s sometimes difficult to encourage people to talk about personal trauma. The National Council for Behavioral Health and Kaiser Permanente’s Trauma-informed Primary Care Initiative developed a poster to help spark conversations about trauma and/or toxic stress.
 
 
Good Men Project
January 7, 2016
 
Workplaces that support employee mental health are progressive. But what about the mental health of the leaders?
 
 
Psych Alive
January 6, 2016
 
There is perhaps no more painful thought in the world than that of “nobody likes me.” It’s an easy feeling to indulge and dwell on, a terrible go-to self-attack in low moments when we feel isolated, depressed, anxious or insecure.
 
 
Guardian
January 8, 2016
 
Psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy for PTSD is the subject of Give Me Your Love. Devising the show took our company Ridiculusmus on a journey of discovery – and left me inside a cardboard box on stage.
 


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