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Published on April 15, 2015

Take a Look at Your Mental Health

Every day, we are bombarded with information about how to improve our health. You have probably already heard something this week about what to eat, what exercises to do and what habits to pick up and break. We all want to live long and healthy lives, but often ignore one vitally important part of our health -- our mental health.

The connection between emotional and physical health is impossible to deny. Just think about how being stressed impacts your physical being. Have you ever been so upset that your stomach hurt? The opposite is true, too. Think about your emotions when you’re physically sick or injured.

A quick screening can give you a snapshot of your mental health. Bryan Medical Center offers a free and anonymous screening. After a few questions, users can find out if they would benefit from seeking professional help.

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About Dr. Dave Miers

Dave Miers, PhD, is director of behavioral health services at Bryan Medical Center in Lincoln, Nebraska.

He helped establish the Nebraska State Suicide Prevention Coalition in 1999 and chaired/co-chaired this Coalition until 2017. He currently serves on the Board of Directors. Dr. Miers is a member of the leadership group for the Lincoln/Lancaster County Suicide Prevention Coalition. Dr. Miers has published research and co-authored a chapter in the Routledge International Handbook of Clinical Suicide Research focusing on family survivors of a child suicide. Dr. Miers helped develop the Lincoln Lancaster Local Outreach to Suicide Survivors (LOSS) team in Lincoln, Neb. He also helped develop other LOSS teams in Nebraska and is active with LOSS team development on a national level.


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