What the Olympics has Highlighted About Mental Health Amongst Athletes and Their Coaches

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Mental Health and Sports This 2021 Olympics has highlighted the huge challenge that athletes are dealing with stress, mental health and social media scrutiny (negativity). While Simone Biles has been the most vocal and visual, the challenge is more broad than Simone’s case. Todd Herman, a coach to olympians stated in a private email today that… Continue reading What the Olympics has Highlighted About Mental Health Amongst Athletes and Their Coaches

How to talk to your child about mental health

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Raising kids is never easy. Not only do you have to make sure they are well-fed, bathed, and clothed, but you have to take care of their emotional needs as well. And while almost every parent knows how to deal with scraped knees and bruises, helping kids deal with their mental health can be significantly… Continue reading How to talk to your child about mental health

What, Me Worry: Tips for Dealing with Anxiety While Under Quarantine

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When I look back on all these worries, I remember the story of the old man who said on his deathbed that he had had a lot of trouble in his life, most of which had never happened.” –  Winston Churchill We all recognize the signs of anxiety. The sweating, nausea, shortness of breath, trembling, and… Continue reading What, Me Worry: Tips for Dealing with Anxiety While Under Quarantine

Stop, Drop and Roll – Tips for coping with our new reality brought by the Coronavirus

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Stop Drop and Roll – Tips for Coping With Coronavirus ” Don’t throw the past away, you might need it some rainy day. Dreams can come true again, when everything old is new again.” – Peter Allen What is the best way to survive a crisis? Our country is currently facing an invisible epidemic via the coronavirus… Continue reading Stop, Drop and Roll – Tips for coping with our new reality brought by the Coronavirus

Integrated Care is here to save the world…if we will let it.

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“We are most of us governed by epistemologies that we know to be wrong.” And “The major problems in the world are the result of the difference between how nature works, and the way people think” Gregory Bateson A short animation overview of what integrated care is and what it means to Path IHC. Save… Continue reading Integrated Care is here to save the world…if we will let it.

The Case for Change – Why do we Need a New PATH

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An exploration of Path IHC’s blog post: “The Case for Change – Why do we Need a New PATH?” blog.pathihc.com/2020/02/why-do-w…need-a-new-path/ Please bear with us as we journey through exploring and learning, the new to us, space of podcasts. There are slight audio hiccups throughout but we believe the importance and educational value of the material… Continue reading The Case for Change – Why do we Need a New PATH