Posts Tagged ‘mental health’

Ieso Digital Health to Establish U.S. Headquarters in Irving

Posted by Kerry Curry

United Kingdom’s Ieso Digital Health, which just won two prestigious innovation awards, is establishing a U.S. headquarters in Irving as it works to expand its mental health care model throughout the U.S.

The Cambridge-based company, founded by psychologists, uses real-time, …

Children’s Health to Provide Virtual Mental Health Counseling in Area Schools

Posted by Mallory Houser

This fall, Children’s Health is providing telemedicine technology to students in need of mental health counseling.

The pilot program will deliver therapy visits to students in select Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD schools. Dallas ISD is also considering the program.

“We knew

UTA, Arlington Schools Renew Mental Health Partnership

Posted by Lance Murray

The Arlington Independent School District and the University of Texas at Arlington are renewing their partnership that provides free treatment for the district’s students who exhibit signs of mental health issues or disorders.

According to a UTA news release, AISD …

IBM Offers 5 Predictions of Life-Changing Innovations

Posted by Lance Murray

New technologies and innovations have been improving our lives at a rapid rate, and IBM has revealed its list of five big predictions for the innovations that its believes will change our lives in the next five years.

The predictions …

Grant Aids First Responders in Managing Behavioral Health Emergencies

Posted by Heather Noel

Dallas Fire-Rescue and the Dallas Police Department soon could change the way they respond to calls with behavioral health emergencies. 

The departments have been working with Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute for Texas to improve the way they respond to …

UNT Dallas Launches Institute to Minimize Teacher Turnover Rate

Posted by Nealie Sanchez

The University of North Texas at Dallas recently launched The Emerging Teacher Institute in an effort to keep future teachers within the profession and equip them with skills to regulate their emotional health, according to The Dallas Morning News.…