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Managing Your Risks for Long Term Care: Do Not Be Caught Off Guard

Managing Your Risks for Long Term Care: Do Not Be Caught Off Guard

Planning for longevity and figuring out how to pay for it if we need extended care is increasingly in the news, especially for women and those with a history of longevity in their families. The resulting risk of needing assistance with daily living activities that we take for granted now (such as getting in and out of a shower or tub, getting ourselves dressed, or preparing our meals and taking our medication) is the subject of research and innovative technology. But are we prepared to pay for this care in the future?

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Considerations for Deepening Cultural Competence and Humility

Considerations for Deepening Cultural Competence and Humility

During the first half of 2021, several members of the Student and Early Career Psychologist (SECP) Committee participated in a project-based mentoring program, in which early career policyholders were matched with an SECP member and veteran policyholder to discuss several issues, including...

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100,000 Reasons to Celebrate The Trust’s Advocate 800 Program

100,000 Reasons to Celebrate The Trust’s Advocate 800 Program

With the first consultation on July 1, 1994, the Advocate 800 Program was launched to provide Trust policyholders with a resource to help avoid or reduce the risk of malpractice actions and disciplinary complaints. We're proud to share that on September 22, 2021, the Advocate 800 Program has reached 100,000 calls, proving to be a valuable resource to our insureds.

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4 Tips to Remedy 'Zoom Fatigue'

4 Tips to Remedy 'Zoom Fatigue'

The pandemic has pushed many to use videoconferencing to replace in-person meetings, consultations, concerts, and conferences. But as the number of video calls we have a day increases, so do the feelings of exhaustion, anxiety, stress, and lethargy. So, what can we do to remedy Zoom fatigue? Here are four tips to get you out of the Zoom-fatigue rut.

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Looking Back on 2020: A Year in Review on the SECP Committee

Looking Back on 2020: A Year in Review on the SECP Committee

We started the year strong with a clear vision set by our past Chair, Dr. Christopher King, and new Chair, Dr. Stephanie Salo. The year truly kicked off during our annual in-person meeting. We were able to set in motion various projects that we wanted to accomplish. As projects from the prior year concluded, we also welcomed new Committee members...

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