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The official feed for Otsuka in the U.S. reflects our mission to improve mental health & invest in innovation. Community guidelines:
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OtsukaUS 13h
brings physical symptoms, psychological distress, and an unmistakable stigma. In Tuesday's webinar at 11 pm eastern time, healthcare providers will share their personal experiences of contracting and recovering from the virus.
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Self-discovery is a lifelong process that can teach us about the things we need to achieve personal well-being. Journaling, trying new things, and therapy can help guide us to potentially life-changing truths about ourselves. Self-discovery.
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OtsukaUS Nov 25
"Give yourself that opportunity to not be alone." —Keith Johnson, caregiver and support group member. In our video series Building Mental Resiliency, hear caregiver perspectives on ways to find support.
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OtsukaUS Nov 24
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Stephen - a good place to start would be looking at the resources from NAMI at:
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OtsukaUS Nov 24
Supporting someone living with mental illness is a family affair. To support Mike through his schizophrenia treatment, his family joined him for five years of therapy. For more caregiver stories, visit our Otsuka Patient Education Network (OPEN) website.
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OtsukaUS Nov 23
concerns impact people of all kinds, but youth, women, and people in contact with the justice system face more barriers to accessing support. To learn about these treatment challenges, listen to all 4 parts of our new Voices of NEXUS podcast.
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MM+M Magazine Nov 20
The MM+M Podcast: Dr. Charlotte Jones-Burton, and , weighs in on statements about VP-elect Kamala Harris’ Black heritage, and offers her take on WOCIP’s conference and guidance for encouraging diversity in clinical trials.
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OtsukaUS Nov 20
"Caregiving is a very isolating experience anyway." —Lisa Winstel, COO, In our video series Building Mental Resiliency, hear how caregivers can cope with the added loneliness of living in a pandemic.
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OtsukaUS Nov 20
It's natural for many of us to feel nostalgic for life before . A 2012 study in the journal Memory found that nostalgia can boost our mood, reduce stress, and help us feel closer to loved ones. Today, revisit a warm memory. Nostalgia.
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OtsukaUS Nov 19
Caring for a loved one living with Alzheimer disease while balancing your own life is especially demanding. As a caregiver for her mother, Samantha learned that asking for help was imperative for her own mental well-being. See Samantha's story:
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OtsukaUS Nov 19
Today is the final day of the 2020 Annual Conference: a time to reflect on the ways this year has changed the way we work, forever. What’s your vision for the future of work?
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OtsukaUS Nov 16
Our very own will be speaking at . This revolutionary event brings the greatest minds in science and medicine together—, , & more. Together, we will discuss how to reshape and in new .
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OtsukaUS Nov 13
Our country's youth are counting on us to support their . On Tuesday at 9 pm eastern time, tune in to from Anchorage, AK; the livestream conversation will offer community perspectives on preventing youth suicide.
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OtsukaUS Nov 13
Today is . At Otsuka, we believe in the extraordinary power of every act of kindness. When we show compassion and generosity to others, the world around us trends towards greater well-being. Today, Kindness.
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OtsukaUS Nov 12
This , revisit our Building Mental Resiliency video series—in which experts discuss the importance of caregivers maintaining their own mental well-being as they care for loved ones during a pandemic.
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OtsukaUS Nov 12
To have the strength to care for others, it's imperative to care for yourself. If you are a caregiver, find ways to nurture your own mental wellbeing.
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OtsukaUS Nov 11
This , we extend our deepest gratitude to all the brave heroes who have served our country. Many veterans don't seek support due to harmful stigma surrounding it. If you are a veteran, we encourage you to visit . Help is out there.
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OtsukaUS Nov 10
Racial bias exists as a barrier to equity, both within mental healthcare practice and at the organizational level. In next week's free webinar, experts discuss ways to bridge the gap that this bias creates.
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OtsukaUS Nov 10
IN ONE WEEK: On November 17th at 9 pm eastern time, teams up with for . Tune in to the virtual discussion to learn more about innovations, insights, and firsthand perspectives of youth suicide prevention.
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OtsukaUS Nov 9
Caregivers often lead by example. When John was diagnosed with , his family showed their support by joining him in the pursuit of a healthy lifestyle. For , see more of John's story:
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