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BIPOC Mental Health Month

Every July, BIPOC Mental Health Month is observed to bring awareness to the mental health needs and struggles of Black people, Indigenous people, and people of color in the United States. Originally, this month was named Bebe Moore Campbell National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month when it was formally recognized in June of 2008. Bebe […]

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Fireworks and Their Impact on Health

The 4th of July has come and gone, with families and friends celebrating the holiday with fireworks. In the next year, there is some information about fireworks to consider – the harmful toll fireworks can take on the world. While fireworks can be used and cause problems no matter the time of year, 4th of […]

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PTSD Awareness Day

June 27th is PTSD Awareness Day. Though we have already briefly covered posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in our post about mental health, we wanted to delve further into the risk and preventative factors of PTSD and what strategies can be implemented to treat and prevent cases of PTSD. PTSD is a mental health disorder that […]

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Mental Health Issues and Disorders

Mental illnesses are health conditions that involve changes in emotions, thinking, or behavior (or any combination of these). Typically, mental illness is associated with distress and/or problems functioning in social activities, whether in family, work, or other public settings For Mental Health Awareness Month, the editorial team at STM Learning wanted to bring attention to […]

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Youth Suicide Prevention

Today is World Suicide Prevention Day, held each year on September 10 to promote greater awareness of suicide and methods of preventing it. How many are affected? In 2019, suicide was the tenth leading cause of death overall in the United States. Among children and adolescents aged 13-19, suicide is the second leading cause of […]

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Coercive Control in Abusive Relationships

Despite what some may think, intimate partner violence doesn’t necessarily equate to only physical abuse. Types of psychological maltreatment, such as coercive control, can be just as damaging for victims, leaving them fearful of and reliant on their abuser.  The Coercive Control Collective (CCC) defines coercive control as “a pattern of controlling behaviors over time […]

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“Branding” in Abusive Relationships

One of the most defining components of intimate partner violence (IPV) is control, which strongly affects how an abusive relationship operates. As explained in STM Learning’s publication Intimate Partner Violence, perpetrators of abuse will often go to great lengths to maintain control over their victims. Branding and Control One method that some abusers may use […]

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