Archive for July, 2022
This tool is meant to help managing issues around life transitions and identity through therapeutic writing. Therapeutic writing is a kind of structured journal writing that can help you heal, grow, and thrive. This self-care tool to encourages deeper and clearer reflection, processing, and discovery for those in their 20s. Printable version available here.
Archive for April, 2022
Therapeutic writing is a kind of structured journal writing. It is a self-care tool to encourage deeper and clearer reflection, processing, and discovery that can help you heal, grow, and thrive. This specific tool has prompts to help those with chronic health conditions.
Archive for March, 2022
The Integrative Health Learning Collaborative sought to better manage chronic disease by addressing social and behavioral determinants of health to improve the delivery of whole-person care and make integrative health routine and regular in primary care.
Archive for February, 2022
Therapeutic writing is a kind of structured journal writing. It is a self-care tool to encourage deeper and clearer reflection, processing, and discovery. Therapeutic writing can help you heal, grow, and thrive.
Archive for November, 2021
Your sex life doesn’t have to end when you are diagnosed with cancer. What’s likely, though, is that it will change, just as it changes with other life events. Cancer has physical, mental, and emotional effects on your sex life. It’s important to emotionally prepare for the changes that may occur and eventually adjust to the change that you have experienced because of cancer treatment.
Archive for October, 2021
Archive for August, 2021
Resting to conserve energy may seem like the right thing to do when you have cancer. After all, the body and mind are facing the stresses of diagnosis, treatment, and side effects. In the past, doctors did not generally recommend physical activity for people with cancer. But that has changed. Today, your treatment plan is much more likely to include some form of exercise.
Aerobic endurance, strength, and flexibility are important benefits of being physically active during and after treatment. Endorphins released during exercise can reduce pain, while fresh air and solitude can provide a break from feeling like a patient rather than a person.
Archive for June, 2021
Creating Positive Change is an interactive tool that helps you plan and take action on what needs to change in your life.
Archive for June, 2021
Changing habits can be hard! If the long months of pandemic isolation have sapped your confidence and will to change, these quick journaling exercises may help.
Archive for February, 2020
Harness the Power of Placebo for Your Patients – A research report and clinical guide Enhance Healing Based on Knowledge from Placebo Research