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There’s More to “Just Google it” Than You Think

Does anyone remember a time when we did not have at-a-glance access to a screen that could tell us exactly what we want to know? A time when physically digging for hard copies, traveling to a destination, and relating to human beings were the only available pathways to get to information? Generation X-ers (and some Read more…

A Call To Examine Our Relationships, Featuring TPN.Health Member Corine Brown, DSW, LCSW-BACS

So far, the month of March in 2020 has offered a curious intersection of sociocultural stirrings. On on end, the world at large is swept up in navigating a pandemic. One response to COVID-19, according to Jones (2020) drawing from the work of Charles Rosenburg on outbreak archetypes, is that disease outbreaks serve to provide Read more…

You Are Not Alone.

We remind you, TPN.Health members, that you are part of a clinical community supporting its members in the collective mission to confidently navigate behavioral health. You are supported also in the shared experiences–the questions, challenges, and successes–of the professionals to whom are connected.  Katie Godshall, LCSW, founder of the Behavioral Health Learning Collaborative (BLHC), and Read more…

A Different View Of COVID-19 Featuring TPN.Health Member Angela James, LPC

As a response to the COVID-19 outbreak framed in Charles Rosenburg’s work on the archetypal structure of an outbreak, Jones (2020) offers that epidemics are social phenomena that reveal the structures that drive a society’s operation. He notes, “Rosenberg argued that epidemics put pressure on the societies they strike. This strain makes visible latent structures Read more…

Find Clinical Care for Clients Remotely

In an increasingly digital age and especially in the current climate involving COVID-19, the capacity to do effective remote work is vital. For behavioral health clinicians and clientele, remote work requires effective navigation of today’s digital landscape. This means knowing and taking full advantage of tools that are available.  For behavioral health professionals, part of Read more…

Daylight Savings Time Meets Homeostatic Mechanisms

With Daylight Savings Time just around the bend, many folks might be noticing a familiar visceral confusion come Sunday morning–it’s so bright outside, AND I don’t wanna get out of bed yet!  It’s no secret that seasonal changes in sunlight are associated with mood changes and sleep patterns. Specifically if sleep is in the conversation Read more…