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ASCAP Launches TuneUp Program to Support Music Creators’ Physical & Mental Health

On Tuesday (Dec. 10), the performing rights organization announced the launch of TuneUp, a new program that will focus on supporting the physical and mental well-being of ASCAP members.
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Working Happy

Engineer and producer Justin Douglas wrote this piece on self-care for musicians and studio professionals that crosses over to just about any industry.
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Austin chefs want to change the conversation on substance abuse, mental health

Two groups, Ben’s Friends and Heard, have recently expanded to Austin, where chefs and former spouses Philip Speer (Comedor) and Callie Speer (Holy Roller), both sober for several years, have helped lead efforts to give service industry workers a place for help and healing and a chance to change the narrative surrounding their professional community.
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6 Habits that Benefit Mental Wellness

Here are 6 habits that you can engage, that will support your mental wellness!
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Camila Cabello Details Struggles With Overcoming Anxiety in Inspiring Message to Fans

While Camila Cabello is one of the biggest pop stars in the world today, with multiple hit singles and concerts that place her in the spotlight in front of thousands of people, that doesn't mean she doesn't struggle with the same anxiety as everyone else.
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Opinion: How To Survive Life As A Touring Musician

Musician Adam Chase discusses a few helpful tips on surviving life as a touring musician, including taking the time to protect your mental health.
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Why Is It Still So Hard For Young People of Color to Get Therapy?

More Black and brown millennials are seeking therapy, but there are still major obstacles in a mental health care system designed for white people.
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Kate Nash: ’40-year-old men were hanging out with me, happy to profit, not concerned about my health’

Overnight fame in the mid-noughties led Nash to a nervous breakdown and bankruptcy. Now, with a documentary capturing that harrowing time and a new career as an actor, she talks about the dangers young musicians face
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The Austin Women Dispelling Stigma and Moving Mental Health Issues Forward

How Austin women are dispelling stigma and moving the issue forward
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Riders Against the Storm are doing it for the community and the culture

Though they’ve played Austin’s biggest stages, including the Austin City Limits Music Festival in 2014 and the outdoor show at Vic Mathias Shores during South by Southwest in 2017, they consider the enduring impact of their community work just as important.
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Halsey: A Rebel at Peace

She's one of pop's most outspoken young hitmakers. Now she's coming to terms with the person behind the persona.
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Frightened Rabbit’s Scott Hutchison’s Family Launches Mental Health Charity

Tiny Changes aims to “raise awareness about children and young people’s mental health issues”
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