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ArPA News Updates:
~Stress Around the School Year: As summer draws to an end, many families are beginning to prepare for the upcoming school year. The Arkansas Psychological Association encourages parents to focus on practicing healthy stress management habits at home, as stress can increase during the school year. updated: 8.8.2012
~Arkansas Psychologist Push Awareness for Psychotherapy: New Initiative Lets Public Know Medication Isn’t Only Way to Treat Depression - The majority of people seeking help for depression or anxiety get help from their primary care provider and often only in the form of prescribed medications. But there are other options that research has shown to be very effective in helping people recover. updated: 10.15.2012
~Tips to Combat Seasonal Affective Disorder
: Seasonal Affective Disorder, also known as SAD, is more than just the winter blues. It is a type of depression that occurs during one season, typically the winter months, and goes away during the rest of the year. updated: 12.11.2013
~Arkansas Company To Receive National Recognition for Best Practice in Creating Psychologically Healthy Workplace
~Manage Your Money to Manage Stress During Holiday Season: Arkansas Psychological Association Offers Strategies to Minimize Holiday Stress - The holiday season can bring added stress to the many Americans who already experience high stress throughout the year. Money, in particular, can be a cause of stress, as people feel demands to purchase gifts, decorations and other items tied to holiday celebrations. updated: 11.15.2012
: The American Psychological Association will recognize Arkansas company The Harvest Group for its efforts to promote employee well-being and performance at its eighth annual Psychologically Healthy Workplace Awards in Washington, D.C., on Saturday, March 9. The Psychologically Healthy Workplace Awards are designed to recognize organizations for their efforts to foster employee well-being while enhancing organizational performance. updated: 3.11.2013
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