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.
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Learn how stress impacts our communities, mental health, and what you can do to prevent it’s negative effects.
Who hasn’t experienced anxiety at one point or another? For those who have struggled, we’ve got some tips to help you tame that anxious brain!
We are stronger together! Check out our #YDIStrong spotlights from across the state!
To celebrate Earth Day, we would like to offer a few ideas of how you can incorporate more greenery into your daily life.
Getting started on learning how to set healthy boundaries is the first step on your path to a happier, healthier life. So, for those who are struggling with this, we’ve come up with a few useful tips to get you started.
Who hasn’t felt it? It’s like you have weights shackled to your ankles and you’re sinking into an ocean of hopelessness. You’re in a dark room and no matter how hard you try to focus, you can’t see the light shining through.
We’ve all been through some sort of hardship in our lives. When those hardships happens, it’s hard to see the big picture- to know there’s light at the end of the tunnel.
Getting better is hard, but so is depression! Learn the skills to stay at your best.
The current situation doesn’t have to break you or your family. We have a few tips to help you use this time to strengthen your family ties!
How you decide to live each day to the fullest is a deeply personal choice. However, we have a few suggestions to start you on your path.
Here are a few tips to help you stay afloat during the current tsunami that is consuming our world today.
The last eight months have been tough! So, we’ve got a few reminders for those who are struggling.
So much has changed in the last several weeks. For many of us, it feels like our world has been turned upside down.
There is no question that we are currently facing difficult times which are blanketed in uncertainty. For those of you that are feeling anxiety or stress, it’s an okay and a perfectly normal reaction to the current state of affairs in our nation.
In order to inspire and help those around us deal with growing anxieties stemming from uncertainty, we are providing ten of our best quotes to help you deal with life in today’s world.
During these trying and uncertain times, anxiety, fear, stress, and worry can take over. These feelings manifest simply because of the unknown.
The following are recommendations published by the World Health Organization on March 6, 2020.
A large part of anxiety comes from a sense of what we think we should be able to control, but can’t. Right now, many of us are worried about COVID-19, known as the “Coronavirus”.
The holidays are a stressful time, and can take a tool on the mental health of both you and your little one!
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...
Laura Radniecki - June 5, 2018 The Worry Jar is a technique for people, especially children, who suffer from worry and anxiety. It helps kids identify, name and release their worries. The idea behind the Worry Jar is simple: 1. Write your worries down on little slips...
The Sydney Morning Herald - Ariane Beeston I was a newly registered psychologist when my brain broke. On maternity leave from my job in child protection I had what my psychiatrist later explained as a "break from reality" - a psychotic depression. It was a softer way...
Cuts and stretched services are affecting the mental health of carers in the sector, with many too ashamed to seek help. The Guardian- March 22, 2017 by Emily Reynolds Understanding around mental health is improving: campaigns such as Time To Change have drawn public...
What is it about mental health that makes us so afraid to talk about it? It’s time to break that stigma and start the conversation!