Tag Archives: mental health

Hotline for Help Handling Acute Distress

En español Mosaic Medical created a Behavioral Health Hotline early on in the COVID-19 pandemic as a way for Mosaic Medical patients who are experiencing acute distress to have immediate access to a Mosaic Behavioral Health provider. If an individual is not a Mosaic patient, but would like to establish care with Mosaic and has […]

 

The Head and Heart Connection

Mosaic Medical’s Behavioral Health Director, Kimberly Swanson, PhD, clears up misconceptions about the head and heart connection (mental health and heart health) for American Heart Month. For years, medical providers thought that behaviors were the connection between the head and heart. For example, a person experiencing depression might seek relief from smoking, drinking alcohol or […]

 

Winter Well-Being and How to Stay Active

Sharing her thoughts on winter well-being and how to stay active, our guest blogger is Tina Bollman, Behavioral Health Coordinator at Mosaic Medical and Subject Matter Expert for the American Council on Exercise Baby, it’s Cold Outside! Many people find that it can be difficult to stay on track with healthy activity goals and New […]

 

Mental Health Services Are Closer to Home with Tele-Mental Health

An in-depth look at the innovative work of our Behavioral Health team to reduce barriers to mental health services for our rural patients. The Need for Mental Health Care There is no question that a lack of access to proper mental health care is one of Central Oregon’s biggest public health struggles. Every day Mosaic […]