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Empowering Yourself: The Path to Informed Mental Health Care Empowering Yourself: The Path to Informed Mental Health Care

Like so many of us, I often find myself trying to assist friends in navigating the complex mental health web. For someone who has been in this field for decades, it seems harder...

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Navigating the Mental Health Impact of Social Media in Times of Conflict Navigating the Mental Health Impact of Social Media in Times of Conflict

Between 72-90% of Americans use social media, which means most of us have been exposed to content that makes us feel uneasy. With recent and current global conflicts like the...

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Thriving Through Seasonal Shifts Thriving Through Seasonal Shifts

Depression, especially this time of year, can be a real concern for many. 

It can feel like there is a mismatch. 

Your internal feelings may be dark and gloomy; whereas, the...

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The Ocean of Grief: Stages and Coping The Ocean of Grief: Stages and Coping

At times, in the ocean of grief, the waters may be calm. You are able to look at old photos and reminisce on past memories with a smile. 

At other times, the waters are rough...

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Mental Health Wellness Strategies Mental Health Wellness Strategies

As a mental health therapist, I appreciate the concept of “mental health wellness.” The word “wellness” strikes me as hopeful and implies the focus is on well-being and striving...

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Therapeutic Goals & Interventions for Children with ADHD Therapeutic Goals & Interventions for Children with ADHD

Since my son Nicky was in preschool, he’s always been on the go, go, go. At the time, I was reassured that his behaviors were appropriate for his age. 

Presently, Nicky is a 9...

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Suicide Prevention Awareness: Myths vs. Facts Suicide Prevention Awareness: Myths vs. Facts

As a mental health therapist, I have shared sacred therapeutic space with clients struggling with relentless, terrifying suicidal thoughts. I have been honored to walk alongside...

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