Swedish Behavioral Health Team

Whether it's stress, anxiety, dementia, addiction or any number of life events that impede our ability to function, mental health is a topic that impacts nearly everyone. The Swedish Behavioral Health Team is committed to offering every-day tips and clinical advice to help you and your loved ones navigate mental health conditions.

  • This year, focus resolutions on overall health and well-being

    This year, focus resolutions on overall health and well-being

    Advice from a Swedish expert to help you make realistic, sustainable goals and improve your chances of success. Learn more.

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  • Anxious in Seattle: Report shows Seattle is most stressed major city in the U.S.

    Anxious in Seattle: Report shows Seattle is most stressed major city in the U.S.

    Seattle is the most anxious among the 15 largest metro areas in the U.S., with 54.5% of the adult population of King, Pierce and Snohomish counties reporting they felt nervous, anxious or on edge.

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  • Helping kids face change and uncertainty

    Helping kids face change and uncertainty

    A child psychiatrist from Swedish shares tips and answers questions about improving children’s resilience during the pandemic.

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  • You are not alone: Finding ways to prevent suicide

    You are not alone: Finding ways to prevent suicide

    A behavioral health specialist from Swedish shares insights about recognizing suicide warning signs and offers tips for prevention.

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  • Be your own Valentine with self-care

    Be your own Valentine with self-care

    Swedish shares seven ways self-care can help you celebrate your relationship with yourself this Valentine’s Day.

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  • Debunking the myths about teen antidepressant use

    Debunking the myths about teen antidepressant use

    Swedish examines five common myths about teens, antidepressant use and depression treatment.

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  • Promoting resilience in young children: Five tips for parents

    Promoting resilience in young children: Five tips for parents

    Find out how to improve emotional well-being for children and prevent mental health disorders before they begin.

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  • Coping with grief

    Coping with grief

    Grief is a natural reaction to loss. Swedish Psychiatrist, Dr. Alicia Jorgenson, provides tips for living after experiencing loss.

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  • Talking to teens about stress

    Talking to teens about stress

    Eight simple ways to start the conversation.

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  • Understanding situational depression

    Understanding situational depression

    Situational depression follows a major tragedy or life event that reduces your ability to cope. Learn more from the Swedish experts.

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  • Recognize the subtle signs of depression

    Recognize the subtle signs of depression

    Learn more from Swedish about the subtle signs of depression, like changes in personality, appetite, and sleep patterns.

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