Mental Health

Managing Depression During Times of Uncertainty

  Peter White, M.A., LPCC Lindner Center of HOPE, Addictions Counselor Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this is a period of unprecedented changes marked by great uncertainty shared by literally everyone. One of the complex realities of dealing with this much uncertainty is that we should feel a wide variety of difficult emotions – confusion, […]

Substance Use and Stress

Chris Tuell Ed.D., LPCC-S, LICDC-CS, Clinical Director of Addiction Services As feelings of anxiety, depression, or sheer boredom mount due to the growing pandemic of the coronavirus, the desire to turn to drugs and alcohol as a coping mechanism could become more problematic. Experts warn against self-medicating during these stressful times for a multitude of […]

Conversacion con la incertidumbre

En esta oportunidad quiero compartir con ustedes el articulo que escribimos en mi Grupo de estudio Psicoanalisis de Cara a lo Social integrado por Manuel Llorens, Alicia Leisse, Carmen Elena Dos Reis, Claudia Alvarez, Yone Alvarez y esta servidora.  Nos reunimos de forma “virtual” cada 15 dias para discutir trabajos y temas de corte psicoanalitico […]

Keeping Your Family Functional in the Wake of COVID 19

Tracy S. Cummings, MD Psychiatrist, Lindner Center of HOPE Chief of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Medical Director of CCHMC Services at LCOH On a large scale, our world continues to adjust to the new normal enacted for our safety in the wake of COVID19. And while we may be interested in global responses and big […]

Tips for Students During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Megan Schrantz, Ed.D., LPCC Students everywhere are struggling to engage in their studies meaningfully during the coronavirus crisis. For now, gone are the comfortable routines, activities, and structured in-person expectations of the school week. Children, teenagers, and college students need adequate sleep, healthy meals, and regular exercise.   Healthy habits are particularly important for young people […]

Mental Health Remains Critical During Pandemic

Paul R. Crosby, MD Lindner Center of HOPE, Chief Clinical and Operating Officer, Psychiatrist 4075 Old Western Row Rd. Mason, OH 45040 513-536-HOPE Most of us are weeks into the significant life changes caused by the novel coronavirus.  Even as we work to adjust to our new normal, there continues to be changing instructions and […]

Look into my eyes … You’re getting very sleepy.

You can’t affect the cards that are dealt, but you can determine how you play them. Milton Erickson, MD Psychiatrist The father of modern hypnotherapy When we think of hypnosis, we typically think of a stage performance in which the subject is crowing like a rooster or engaged in some outlandish behavior designed to entertain. […]

Find the Funny

by: Lindner Center of HOPE’s Spiritual Care Team Research has shown that laughter has tremendous benefit to your emotional and physical health. One study in Norway even concluded that people who laugh a lot live longer! It is good medicine for the soul and the mind. Consider: Laughter stops distressing emotions. You can’t feel anxious, […]

10 Tips on How to Manage Your Mental Health

by: Elizabeth Mariutto, PsyD, Lindner Center of HOPE, Psychologist and Clinical Director of Partial Hospitalization/Intensive Outpatient Adult Eating Disorder Services With all of the news and changing regulations in our current times, it can be very hard to manage anxiety and mood related to coronavirus. Below are 10 tips on how to manage your mental […]

Coping With Stress During This Difficult Time

by: Tracy S. Cummings, MD, Psychiatrist, Lindner Center of HOPE The outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) may be stressful for people. Fear and anxiety about a disease can be overwhelming and cause strong emotions in adults and children. Coping with stress will make you, the people you care about, and your community stronger. Everyone […]