Tag Archives: resilience

Prioritizing military family mental health

HomeFront Strong, a University of Michigan Depression Center program for military spouses that focuses on building resilience and coping skills, will expand its reach into several additional southeast Michigan communities with the support of new funding from the Flinn Foundation. HomeFront Strong, or HFS, is an eight-week, group-based, mental health program grounded in evidence-based strategies

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Personality and placebo response

ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Are you good at coping when life gets tough? Do people call you a straight-shooter? Will you help others without expecting anything in return? Those personality traits might do more than help you win a popularity contest. According to new University of Michigan-led neuroscience research, those qualities also might make you

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Supporting those balancing military and family life

Kate Rosenblum, Ph.D., a clinical developmental psychologist and clinical associate professor in psychiatry, leads the STRoNG Families initiative at U-M, providing support to military families with young children. Rosenblum co-authored a Father’s Day editorial published on CNN’s Security Clearance blog.  Some excerpts: All parents want to protect their children from harm and keep them safe. Military parents

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