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5/28/2020 |

 

Dr. Watson's photo with the title 'Coping with Covid Tips 6 part series with Dr. Watson'

Families, Inc. Trumann Clinical Supervisor and psychologist Dr. Dana Watson has been featured regularly this spring on KFIN’s Breakfast Club to discuss maintaining a healthy mindset during the coronavirus pandemic. The following transcript is of her conversation with KFIN’s Brandon Baxter on April 8, 2020.

5/22/2020 |

 

Dr. Watson's photo with the title 'Coping with Covid Tips 6 part series with Dr. Watson'

Families, Inc. Trumann Clinical Supervisor and psychologist Dr. Dana Watson has been featured regularly this spring on KFIN’s Breakfast Club to discuss maintaining a healthy mindset during the coronavirus pandemic. The following transcript is of her conversation with KFIN’s Brandon Baxter on March 25, 2020.
 

5/21/2020 |

 

Dr. Watson's photo with the title 'Coping with Covid Tips 6 part series with Dr. Watson'

Families, Inc. Trumann Clinical Supervisor and psychologist Dr. Dana Watson has been featured regularly this spring on KFIN’s Breakfast Club to discuss maintaining a healthy mindset during the coronavirus pandemic. The following transcript is of her conversation with KFIN’s Brandon Baxter on March 18, 2020.

4/01/2020 |
 
Feeling down? Battling anxiety? Not sleeping well? You might be surprised how much your mental health improves when you get moving. Studies have long shown that exercise not only benefits the body, but the mind as well. In addition to increasing self-confidence and boosting mood, regular exercise decreases stress levels, reduces anxiety and improves sleep.
 
3/24/2020 |
The days are longer, the weather is warmer and the flowers are blooming. Spring has arrived in Arkansas and along with it, the coronavirus. So, amid schools and workplaces closing, gatherings and events cancelling and the majority of the public being advised to stay home, what are families to do for fun? Although social distancing keeps us from traveling and playing to an extent, there are still ways for families to stay active, strengthen connections and enjoy each other’s company. In fact, consider this a golden opportunity to focus on health and happiness while creating precious memories.
8/12/2019 |

Families have always had to have tough conversations, but one that is new to twenty-first century parents involves school safety and acts of terror. Shootings in schools and public places seem to occur on a regular basis, so in a world of such uncertainty, how do parents talk to their children about these events and, more importantly, calm their fears?