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Self-Compassion: How Being Nice to Yourself is Bigger than it Sounds

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Self-compassion, while sometimes underestimated, can be an effective, research-backed approach to addressing mental health challenges. It has been used and widely studied in different fields — for example as a means of helping nurses deal with job-related stress and anxiety, to aiding in addiction recovery in teens. It is now offered as a group therapy option through the University Psychological …

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Walk Out of the Darkness: April at U-M

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The Mary A. Rackham Institute and its centers are participating in the U-M campus Out of the Darkness walk on Friday, April 7. All are welcome and invited to participate — either in walking or in helping support the cause via a “virtual” walk fundraiser. Mental health advocacy group Active Minds will host the event in conjunction with the American …

University Psych Clinic Now Accepting Aetna Insurance

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The University Psychological Clinic is now a member of the Aetna Behavioral Health Care network. This means the Psych Clinic can accept Aetna health insurance to cover the cost of care at our clinic. If you have Aetna, your coverage will vary depending on your specific plan and eligibility. To find out what services are covered, verify requirements regarding pre-authorization, deductibles, and co-payments, you can call the phone number …

It Takes Two to Tango: Overcoming Your Relationship Challenges One Step at a Time

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These group sessions target couples specific areas of concern. This group fosters a supportive, educational environment in which we provide effective strategies for building strong relationship skills. Group Therapy for Couples Most couples will experience concerns at some point during their relationship. Our group assists couples in overcoming their relationship difficulties Features of Our Group Therapy: Designed for couples in …