Worksite Program Provides Strategies for Handling Stress, Reducing Problem Drinking and Psychological Symptoms
A 16-week workplace intervention teaches those struggling with substance abuse and related psychological issues to avoid negative substance use patterns while coping with work and family stress. The program has led to increased use of positive coping strategies, reduced use of avoidance coping and problem drinking, and fewer psychological symptoms, including depression, anxiety, and somatic complaints.
Individualized Stress Management Program Encourages Healthy Behaviors and Coping Techniques
An individualized, self-directed, tailored intervention assisted adults in effectively managing stress in healthy ways, including exercise, socialization, meditation, and/or relaxation.
This guide describes the symptoms, causes, and treatments of the major anxiety disorders, with information on getting help and the role of research.
These guidelines are intended to provide a framework for the type of recommended conduct or practices psychologists need to be aware of when providing services using telepsychology.
This online tool, for psychologists and other health professionals, provides tools and resources to address the many challenges of improving the lives of contemporary family caregivers.
Integrated Behavioral Heath in Primary Care: Step-by-Step Guidance for Assessment and Intervention - Therapist Resource Guide
This Web site provides electronic versions of the documents from the book, Integrated Behavioral Health in Primary Care: Step-by-Step Guidance for Assessment and Intervention.