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Behavioral Health Today

Our podcast, Behavioral Health Today (a Triad Production), is designed to share unique and relevant topics occurring within our world and communities, and bring them a behavioral and mental health perspective.

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Resume the conversation with Dr. Graham Taylor and Jerry Barone of Effective School Solutions (ESS). They discuss other ESS programs including, virtual therapeutic support, crisis assessment, and re-entry solutions, mental health vision, planning the support, and their successes. Last year through February, this year, Effective School Solutions had 89% of students fully engaged in virtual services, 16% increase in GPA, absences were down 35%, disciplinary incidents were reduced by 38% and the retention of their students in the districts was around 99%. As we look toward the re-entry challenges back into the classroom for Fall 2021, our goal should be to provide our students, teachers, and parents with tools to self-regulate and as a result, many kids will be just fine.
This episode is part of our Clinicians’ Series, where we take a deeper dive into the strategies and therapeutic practices around couples focused work. In this episode, Dr. Graham Taylor is joined by Dr. Michele Haley. Michele has nearly two decades of experience in couples therapy, romantic relationship, and group work.

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In celebration of our first birthday, we’re releasing the second of two new episodes this week. This episode is part of our Clinicians’ Series, where we take a deeper dive into therapeutic processes. Dr. Susan Litton , CEO of PSYBooks and Clinical Psychologist, returns in a discussion with Dr. Graham Taylor about the limits of evidence-based practices and the art that goes into combining the diverse forms of psychotherapies. Evidence-based approaches run the risk of not attending to patient’s ability to being the agents of their change and becoming their own self-healers