Tokyo Olympics

Catch Up on All 10 Episodes of the Mental Health Minute With Hazelden Betty Ford's Dr. Leslie Adair and Jerry Moe

Welcome to the Mental Health Minute, a 10-part series created by SVG and Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation. Created to support those who are working hard on the Tokyo Olympics, each episode zeros in on a specific issue facing those who are away from home and are interested in learning how to maintain emotional well being, stay connected with family back home, and much more.

If you missed any of the 10 episodes, featuring National Executive Director of Mental Health Dr. Leslie Adair and Children’s Program National Director Jerry Moe, here is a comprehensive look of each subject that rolled out over the last two weeks:

Episode 1: How Those Working The Tokyo Olympics Can Fight Homesickness

Episode 2:Identifying a Co-Worker Who is Struggling

Episode 3: How to Avoid Substance Use When Isolation, Stress Set In

Episode 4: How to Deal with Guilt Over Being Away for Extended Periods

Episode 5: How to Re-Engage with Family and Friends

Episode 6: How to Maintain Family Relationships From Afar

Episode 7: Connecting With Little Ones While On the Road

Episode 8: Staying in Touch With Elementary-Aged Children

Episode 9: Staying in Touch With Middle School-Aged Children

Episode 10: Finding a Connection With Your High Schooler

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