- Geriatric mental health comes of age. Lunardini, S.; Warren, D.; al, et // Aging;1991, Issue 362, p14
Examines the work of the Geriatric Team at the Alexandria Mental Health Center in Alexandria, Va., which helps elders with mental health problems. How the elders are approached; The treatment plan; Fee; The outreach program; The ultimate goals. INSET: The inevitable progression of his wife's...
- The great body trivia quiz. Taibbi, Robert // Current Health 2;May93, Vol. 19 Issue 9, p4
Presents a personal health mental workout. How many sweat glands the average person has; How much electrical power in the average brain; Most active muscles in the body; Lifespan of average eyelash; Quantity of saliva produced in average mouth; Kissing is a combination of heat and pressure;...
- Part of the helping team. // Current Health 1;May91, Vol. 14 Issue 9, p18
Discusses how important visits can be to a person who is facing a long or serious illness. Describes a visit to a hospital and a nursing home.
- Mental health values of psychotherapists: How... Haugen, Mark L.; Tyler, John D. // Counseling & Values;Oct91, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p24
Presents a study which examined the agreement among psychotherapists about the nature of healthy psychological functioning. Information on a questionnaire which was completed by mental officials; What the results of the study indicate; How the study was carried out.
- A peaceful morning wake-up call. Leyden-Rubenstein, Lori A. // Optimum Wellness;Winter98, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p5
Suggests a morning wake-up ritual to guide a person into his/her day with a sense of appreciation, compassion and peace. Useful tool for centering oneself; Reduction of stress.
- When to lie to yourself. Jordan, N. // Psychology Today;Jun89, Vol. 23 Issue 6, p24
Discusses recent research by psychologists C.R. Snyder and Raymond Higgins which shows that people who offer themselves plausible excuses have greater self esteem, better health and perform better on all sorts of cognitive, social, and physical tasks than individuals who put the blame on...
- Keeping yourself emotionally healthy. Hormann, E. // Single Parent;Sep/Oct87, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p40
Gives advice on how to maintain emotional health. Diet; Relaxation; Exercise.
- Attitudes toward psychology, psychiatry and mental illness... Stones, Christopher R. // South African Journal of Psychology;Dec96, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p221
Surveys the attitudes of university students, psychologists, general medical practitioners, members of the public, psychiatric hospital staff and patients in the Cape of South Africa, toward mental illness and mental health-care service providers. Important influences on the attitudes of...
- Exercising your brain for peak performance. Campbell, Dennis // Total Health;Aug96, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p34
Focuses on ways to exercise the brain to improve performance. Identification of mental performance factors; Definition of mental function via brain waves and brain states; Tools for mental fitness.
- The DCA's View. // Credit Management;Mar2010, p17
The article offers information on the views shared by several debt consolidating agencies (DCA) on the rise of mental health cases in Great Britain.