Michelle G. Paul In The News

Profile: Michelle G. Paul

Psychology.Org
January 19, 2021
Even in years without a global pandemic, catastrophic weather events, and other 2020 phenomena, many people find the holidays stressful, exhausting, or depressing. According to the American Psychological Association, 44% of women and 33% of men surveyed feel stressed during the holidays. The holiday blues strike people experiencing the forced joyfulness and expectations of the season.
December 10, 2020
Since the onset of the pandemic the Clark County School District has seen a surge in student suicides.
Risk Management
October 1, 2020
COVID-19 has upended the way we work. Many are working from home, stressed and attempting to juggle a range of personal and professional responsibilities, leading to an increase in anxiety, depression and burnout. To ensure that companies and their employees are performing optimally—not just existing—during this time, leaders must address the mental health challenges that employees are facing.
May 26, 2020
At a time when we are battered by cruel statistics on infections, hospitalizations and deaths from COVID-19, one set of numbers, at least on the surface, provides a ray of hope in the time of coronavirus.
April 20, 2020
Sam Lieberman knew everybody, from senators to barbers. But when he died April 3 at age 58, nobody attended his memorial service.
April 15, 2020
By the time the spread of COVID-19 closed much of Nevada, The Practice Mental Health Clinic at UNLV had already been working on a plan to provide free, accessible mental health care for those who need it during the crisis.
April 9, 2020
It should be a busy time at UNLV.
March 26, 2020
As K-12 schools across America have closed their doors to help stop the spread of coronavirus, parents have had to step into the role of teacher, guiding their children through lessons in mathematics, social studies, art, English, and perhaps even physical education at the local park.