To build resilience in your family, you need to model what they need to learn. Even those of us who tend to look on the bright side of things have a hard time when we’re feeling challenged or overwhelmed.
The Mobile Health Blog
Eating nutritious foods is good for us physically. But can nutrition affect our psychological health? Can what a person eats affect their mood? The military is actually very interested in nutrition—in fact, the topic is one of the Military Health System’s themes for March.
While attending the first-ever Military and VA Resiliency Summit in San Diego last month, I had two epiphanies while listening to keynote speaker Dr. Deepak Chopra:
One of our December blogs described a young vet who said he would be reluctant to talk to a psychologist because he feared his gun would be taken away. To present the provider’s side of this story is one of T2’s psychologists.
In a previous Mobile Health blog, T2’s usability expert Jenn June described how both civilian and military health providers are beginning to embrace mobile technologies to deliver evidence-based psychological health treatment.