Roger Kahn’s “How Crested Butte Became a Tourist Town: Drugs, Sex, Sports, Arts and Social Conflict,” Zoe Argento’s “Isolation Island: A Pandemic Story,” and Kathryn Haber’s “Fear Less, Love More.”
Reducing Kids’ Stress During the Pandemic
The challenges of parenting during the pandemic are daunting: trying to keep everyone safe and healthy, managing online schooling, curtailing children’s social activities, and keeping harmony as everyone’s patience is being tested.
OpEd – Addressing Racism is a Mental Health Priority
Addressing racism is a mental health priority. For far too long, we have ignored the mental health effects of violence and systemic racism on members of our society.
Do you even remember your New Year’s resolutions?
Park Hill resident Keith Roberts does not make New Year’s resolutions. A motivational speaker, entrepreneur, and MIT Master’s degree-holder, Roberts says, “If you have character, you don’t have to wait until January 1 to make a change.
Family Stress During the Holidays?
Holiday gatherings can be tough, even in the best of times, because we’re surrounded by images of seemingly happy, loving families that get along or, at least, seem to resolve their issues amicably. This can lead us to expect the same from our own family, even though it’s never been the case in the past.
Preventing and Treating Eating Disorders: Share Your Meal, Share Your Day
Anne Marie O’Melia, a Lowry resident and physician at the Eating Recovery Center (ERC) in Lowry, says eating disorders are a complex mix of both medical and psychological factors, and may include a range of issues and personality traits.
Nurturing Resiliency in Kids—Free at the CUBE April 17
Two experts will share their insights and expertise at a free and open-to-the-public event, “Teaching our Kids and Teens Success through Resiliency.” Both Dr. Cypers and Dr. Wamboldt have specialties in adolescent and family dynamics, with an emphasis on anxiety and stress.
Preventing Suicide: Don’t Be Afraid to Ask the Difficult Questions
As he begins a suicide prevention training on a chilly Saturday morning, James Gallanos emphasizes “If you don’t remember anything else, remember that if you feel something in your gut, or something doesn’t feel right, and you feel someone may be thinking about suicide, it’s ok to ask.
Turning Life Stories into a One-Woman Show
“People fascinate me,” says psychologist-turned-storyteller Kari Knutson. “Why do we do what we do? People appear in my life and we start connecting.
December 18 — Modern Conversations “Lessons in Mindfull-ness to Get You Through the Holidays”
It’s easy to get stressed or overindulge during the holiday season. Licensed Clinical Social Worker Hilary Silver knows ways to ease that stress.