Kaiser Permanente Northern California therapists will soon begin using iPads and software to aid treatment.
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A behavioral therapy program teaches skills to Kaiser Permanente Fresno patients dealing with mental health conditions.
Hannah Egge, RN, helped her patient beat pneumonia, then led him to more Kaiser Permanente help to regain his sobriety.
The Kaiser Permanente Fairfield Mental Health and Wellness Center, pictured, opened February 19, 2019, and will serve Solano and Napa…
Kaiser Permanente Northern California is expanding access to mental health care by embedding therapists in primary and specialty care settings.
Kaiser Permanente South Sacramento’s Emergency Department demonstrates an innovative approach to integrating mental health care.
Emotional eating can affect one’s mental and physical health. Learn what’s needed to put food back in its proper place, including recognizing triggers for overeating, “breaking up” with bad foods, and making new friendships that encourage healthier living.
There is no one size fits all when it comes to grief. During Mental Health Awareness Month, learn the causes of grief and some resources for getting through — and living with — loss.
Kaiser Permanente is funding free training courses to empower employees and the community to respond compassionately when someone is experiencing a mental health challenge.
Kaiser Permanente psychiatrist Mason Turner, MD, says letting go of the resentment you feel about offenses large and small can lead to better health and happier relationships.
Using mindfulness skills, Kaiser Permanente Northern California members learn to relate to chronic pain in a new way. Pictured above,…
Kaiser Permanente Northern California is helping people with chronic pain to reduce their use of opioids pain relievers and get on with their lives.