Brain and Behavioral Health

Your mental health touches everything you do from your personal relationships and work performance, to your physical health and the ability to lead a fulfilling life. One out of four Rhode Islanders will experience a mental illness in their lifetime, such as depression, anxiety, or an addiction. Let the brain and behavioral health experts at Butler Hospital and Care New England guide you in your pursuit of wellness. We can help you, your family, and friends have a healthier mind by learning how to prevent illness, and we can help you find your way back to health when you’re not feeling well.

Featured Posts in Brain and Behavioral Health

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Anxiety, How One Student Learned to Cope

Meet Daniel, a college student who eventually had to learn how to cope with his anxiety.
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Empowering Women in Recovery

Recovery is possible. But for women, recovery means so much more than just getting sober.
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Antidepressants and Pregnancy, Autism Risk?

News reports have suggested that antidepressant use during pregnancy increases the risk of autism in children. Specialists at Women & Infants and Butler Hospital weigh in.

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It is all too easy to lose sight of that which is most important to us. This dig deep tip is designed to help you think about the choices you make and why.
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Dig Deep: Are You Busy, Bored or Balanced?

Finding the right balance of busy and bored—or downtime—can be difficult. Just as Goldilocks did not like her porridge too hot, or too cold, we can apply this same logic to many aspects of life, this dig deep tip can help you find your balance.
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Dig Deep: What is Your Sense of Meaning?

In this dig deep tip, explore your sense of meaning, personal values, and life satisfaction by asking yourself, are the best years of your life ahead of you or behind you?
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Recovery Gives Two Dads a Second Chance at Fatherhood

Meet Richard and Kenny, two dad's who have found great rewards in achieving sobriety and reconnecting with their children.
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New Research: The Global Cost of Depression and Anxiety

New study examines the global economic cost associated with the effects of depression and anxiety, and how an investment in improving access to treatment for these illnesses on a global scale would have major positive economic impact.
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