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Houston Symphony’s New Schumann Festival Explores the Composer’s Genius and Mental Illness

February 12, 2020

February 5, 2020 at 10:26am By Olivia Flores Alvarez Houstonia ROBERT SCHUMANN WAS one of the Romantic era’s most prolific and gifted composers. He was also very likely bipolar, says Dr. Richard Kogan, artistic director of the Weill Cornell Music and Medicine Program in New York City. “Schumann may be the best representative of genius more »

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Mental health is becoming a priority in sports

February 9, 2020 at 8:38 PM By Jarrod Castillo USC Annenberg Media Being in the top 1% in the world of anything must be a good feeling, right? Now imagine being in the top 1% in the world at a particular sport. Think of all the sacrifices you have made to get there, to more »

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How To Move Forward After Going Through A Crisis

Jan. 21, 2020 By Becky Brasfield NAMI After a crisis, recovery can be challenging. Our lives are left in turmoil caused by the stressful situation we just managed to overcome. With the worst behind us, we have to pick up the pieces. But unfortunately, there’s no one-size-fits-all formula for how to take steps toward the future. So more »

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5 Reminders For Survivors Of Trauma

Jan. 17, 2020 By Odelya Gertel Kraybill, Ph.D., LCPC NAMI In 1991, when I was 17 and living in Tel Aviv with my family, a loud siren woke me from a peaceful sleep. We knew what it meant. We also knew we had to do. I ran, shaking and crying, with my family to our safe more »

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Texas To Get Funds To Improve Suicide Prevention Lifeline

January 9, 2020

Dec 4, 2019 By Courtney Collins & Domini Davis KERA News Texas Health and Human Services is getting a financial boost from the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline aimed to help more Texans get the mental health help they need. The $3 million, two-year grant will help the state’s Suicide Prevention Lifeline call centers better more »

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