This resource shares three ways to cope with anxiety related to headlines. Although it mentions COVID-19 and election headlines, the techniques can be used regardless of headline topic. Additionally, this resource uses imagery and words, so it can be readily shared with a variety of individuals.
The goal of the Well-Woman Project is to help women use their own words to describe the factors that affect their ability to be healthy and to use “well-woman care” (care when they are not sick). Stories describing women’s thoughts and experiences can give us powerful insights about women’s health and all of the complex factors that […]
The staff at the Children, Youth & Family Consortium have created Children’s Mental Health Case Studies. These online, interactive tools encourage practitioners, instructors, graduate students and community partners to collaborate together and explore how to respond effectively to children’s mental health needs. Each case study tells the story of a developing child and the adults […]
On October 20, 2014, approximately 100 people attended the Interdisciplinary Institute on the Reproductive Health of Incarcerated Women in Minnesota at the University of Minnesota. Presentation and discussion topics include: Experiences from the field expert panel Preconception and prenatal health Health care of pregnant women in state prisons Intervening with pregnant women incarcerated at jail Pregnancy and […]