Emotional Well-Being

Join Premier Physician Network providers as they answer common questions about emotional health. You'll also find videos and other resources with tips to help you and your family live well and be well.


More than 3 million Americans suffer from some type of anxiety disorder. It can feel like an excessive, irrational dread of everyday situations and in some cases, can be disabling. Anxiety can first be treated by lifestyle and behavioral changes. Learn more about these tactics by viewing our infographic.

Behavioral Therapy Via Telehealth a Popular Option

Learn about the benefits of receiving counseling via your computer, and instances where telehealth is not ideal.

Depression and Anxiety

Depression and anxiety can take a huge emotional toll on an individual, learn more about the different types of depression and anxiety.

Emotional Well-Being

See tips for improving your coping skills and managing your emotions in a healthy way. We offer strategies to help you and your family stay emotionally healthy.

How Isolation Impairs Health: What You Can Do

Being isolated is detrimental to your physical and mental health, especially for the elderly. Learn what you can do to help older adults overcome the long-term effects of isolation.

Identifying Bipolar Disorder In Teens: Why Early Treatment Is Important

Bipolar disorder is a serious brain disorder often diagnosed during teenage years. Learn the symptoms and why it's important to begin treatment early. Read more

Lasting Effects Of Bullying: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Chronic bullying can lead to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), in childhood and into adulthood. Learn more about ways to identify and resolve PTSD.

Opioid Addiction

The face of opioid addiction is widespread and anyone could be struggling with this disease. Learn more about the signs of addiction and withdrawal so that you can be prepared to help. Learn more!

Panic Attacks Range from Minor to Debilitating, Isolating

If you've ever felt shortness of breath, heart palpitations, and intense dread without a specific reason, you might suffer from panic attacks. Learn more

SAD - Seasonal Affective Disorder

Seasonal change doesn't just mean shorter days for millions of Americans.  It also means a dramatic shift in their mood and outlook on life. Learn more by viewing our infographic.