Depression is common! Learn more about what it is, what it’s not, and possible complications of the condition.
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Depression in kids is easy to miss. Here are eight subtle signs of the condition that parents often overlook.
The idea of losing a child is terrifying. Here are the warning signs of teen suicide that every parent needs to know.
Master these four communication pitfalls, and you’ll conquer conflict at home and in the workplace!
Suicide is a tragedy of epic proportions. Learn macro-level prevention strategies with the potential to save lives!
Survivors of suicide often experience complex feelings of grief. Learn how to support someone who’s struggling.
September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. To honor it, we’re exploring warning signs and intervention because education saves lives.
September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. To honor it, we’re exploring risk and protective factors because education can saves lives!
July’s Minority Mental Health Awareness Month! To celebrate, we’re exploring Native American culture, mental health, and how providers can meet their unique needs.
July is Minority Mental Health Month! It’s the perfect time to explore culture and how providers can deliver top-notch culturally competent care.
July’s Minority Mental Health Awareness Month! To celebrate, we’re exploring Latin American culture and how providers can meet their unique needs.
Men’s mental health statistics are heartbreaking. Learn about the factors that play into them and why so many struggle in silence.
May is Mental Health Month, and to celebrate, we’re exploring schizophrenia, a condition that affects 1 in every 100 people.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month! To celebrate, we’re taking a deep dive into bipolar disorder, a condition that millions of people grapple with across the globe.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month and an excellent time to take a deep dive into anxiety, something that affects millions of Americans every year.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month and an excellent time to take a deep dive into depression, something that’s affecting a growing number of Americans right now.
Every 40 seconds someone takes their life by suicide. Learn how to support someone who is struggling.
Suicide impacts 180 million Americans each year. Empower yourself with the tools to support someone who is struggling.
Learn the warning signs of suicide and how to help someone struggling.
Learn how to practice culturally sensitive social work with minority populations.
Supporting those who are struggling can be hard. If this is something that doesn’t come naturally to you, have no fear! We have a few tips to help you out!
Learn more about the intimate link between trauma and ritualized compulsive comfort-seeking, aka addiction.
If you’ve been wondering what that confusing, painful ache in your chest is, it might very well be grief. For those that are struggling, we’ve got five tips to help you move through those heavy feelings.
In the United States, 1 in 5 children will be sexually assaulted before their eighteenth birthday. April is Child Abuse Prevention and Sexual Assault Awareness Month— the perfect time to educate yourself on this critical topic.
This crafty self-esteem activity is the perfect tool to use with children who are struggling.
This Anger Volcano helps children identify personal signs of anger and coping strategies.
Helena Care Manager, Hayley Blevins, Gives Tips on How to Build Rapport With Families in Clinical Social Services
Being able to build rapport with the youth and families we serve is critical and has a huge impact on their recovery. Due to stigma and poverty, many our families are marginalized in their communities and are in extra need of our support.
While rewarding, human services can be hard work. Learn more about self-care so that you can better serve those who need you!
Psychotherapy.net - by Lawrence Rubin, PhD, ABPP Among my varied clinical and clinically-related roles, I supervise master’s level counseling interns who are training in a variety of settings, from alternative schools to psychiatric hospitals. In our group supervision...
What video-chat therapy sessions offer that in-person visits don't. The Atlantic - Joseph Burgo As I prepare for my first session of the day, I settle down at my computer, log on to my Skype account, and review the completed questionnaire emailed to me by a...