ESPN Radio Interviews UConn Coast to Coast for Mental Health Connecticut

Last summer, 8 UConnn medical and dental students bicycled 3,500 miles across the US as part of our #Be1of110 fundraiser for Mental Health Connecticut’s 110th anniversary. The Rob Dibble Show on 97.9FM ESPN Radio in Hartford invited one of the student cyclists, Taylor LaRese, on the show alongside MHC’s Suzi Craig to talk about the… Read more »

Why You Should Try Going Sober (For a Month)

Contributed by: Matthew Boyle The content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. If you’re one of the millions of American who enjoys the occasional alcoholic… Read more »

Lieutenant Governor Nancy Wyman and ConnectiCare President Eric Galvin to Serve as Honorary Co-Chairs for Mental Health Connecticut’s 2018 “Art of Wellbeing” Annual Fundraiser

Mental Health Connecticut (MHC), now in its 110th year as a private non-profit, has announced that Lieutenant Governor Nancy Wyman and ConnectiCare President, Eric Galvin will serve as honorary co-chairs of the organization’s annual fundraiser, Art of Wellbeing: A Time To Dance, on Saturday, November 10, 2018, from 6:00-9:30pm, at The Cabaret Theatre at Mohegan… Read more »

Practicing Pilates to Improve Mental Health

Contributed by: Jane Sandwood It’s no secret that practicing Pilates is good for your physical health, helping to strengthen and tone muscles. More than a quarter of a million Americans practice Pilates to keep their body looking and feeling its best. Many people, however, don’t consider the mental benefits of Pilates. The practice emphasizes breathing, focus, and… Read more »

Thinking Clearly When Depression Hits

Contributed by: Jane Sandwood If you’re a typical white collar worker, you probably spend more than half your workday receiving and processing information. 60 million Americans work in the knowledge sector, which has led to a crisis of brain fog: that feeling of being unable to think straight due to information overload. These jobs are associated with… Read more »