COPING WITH WORRY AND ANXIETY ABOUT THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

There is good news and bad news about COVID-19.  In coping with worry and anxiety, a good starting point is to get the facts about the pandemic (rapid worldwide spread of COVID-19 due to the novel coronavirus).  Some pretty solid good news is that most people who are tested for the virus (usually because they […]

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A New Year’s Message on Hope from Dr. Yoman

If hope were only a feeling it might be fleeting indeed.  Hope is a way of thinking about things that can be a conscious choice.  It is mentally imagining and examining possibilities and opportunities and sources of strength, even when one feels frustrated and discouraged.  Yet hope is more than thinking, too.  At its most […]

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Suggested Readings for Family Members

Hatfield, A.B., & Lefley, H.P. (1993). Surviving Mental Illness: Stress, Coping, and Adaptation. New York: Guilford. Marsh, D.T., & Dickens, R. (1997). How to Cope with Mental Illness in Your Family: A Self-Care Guide for Siblings, Offspring and Parents. New York: Jeremy P. Tarcher/Putnam. Miklowitz, D.J. (2011).  The Bipolar Disorder Survival Guide (2nd ed.).  New York: Guilford. Mondimore, […]

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Upcoming Trainings

Please visit our Training/Consulting page for a complete list of upcoming offerings, which include Enhancing the Power of Your Practice with Evidence Based Assessments and The Multidisciplinary Past and Future of Evidence-Based Treatments for Serious Mental Illnesses.

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New Website Launch!

Life Skills Resource is pleased to announce the release of our new website, designed with a fresh new look and user-friendly navigation, and updated with the latest information about our care and services. We hope that you will enjoy browsing our new site, finding more options and information each time, and that it will be yet […]

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