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Rethinking therapy

  • 29 Sep 2020
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • blueplateresearch.usu.edu

Rethinking therapy

More interventions for emotional, mental, and physical health

How do you provide general mental health and well-being treatment for individuals when people need different things?

Researchers from multiple colleges at Utah State University are seeking to answer this question with evidence-based research and successful clinical programs.

At the upcoming Blue Plate Research presentation, we'll highlight three of these fields of research:
  • Equine-assisted therapy for both physical and psychological treatments
  • Music therapy interventions for exceptional individuals, older adults, and psychiatric populations
  • Online and self-guided therapy that's as effective as in-person sessions
Join us for Blue Plate Research, where we'll share actionable and easy-to-understand well-being research.
Tuesday, September 29
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.

RSVP for the virtual event
What is Blue Plate Research?
Blue Plate Research is a new event series from Utah State University that is focused on sharing easy-to-understand well-being research with Utah health advocates, statewide stakeholders, and the public.
What is the series like?
The events will be hosted virtually, with a presentation on YouTube that features our presenters sharing their research and how it's applicable to the everyday lives of people in Utah, followed by a live question and answer session with those presenters hosted on Zoom. The presentation portion will be between 20-30 minutes, while the panel will run anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour.
Why should I attend?
Health and well-being is a top issue of concern among Utah citizens and leaders, but finding reliable perspectives on these key issues can be challenging. As the state's only land-grant institution, Utah State University has a mandate and responsibility to share data-driven discoveries with the general public. At Blue Plate Research you'll receive tools and insights on Utah's health and well-being that aren't overly-hyped and marketed, but are real and usable.

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