What is a Mental Health Crisis? How to Support Someone in Need

A mental health crisis is when a person’s emotional or mental state puts them or someone else in danger or prevents them from being able to care for themselves or to function effectively in a community. Learn the warning signs and actions you can take to support one another.

What To Do When A Loved One Withdraws From Social Connection

If someone withdraws socially because of Major Depressive Disorder, there may be negative effects on one’s relationships and job performance due to isolation. Loved ones and caretakers should be aware of the symptoms of MDD and how they can help

My Therapy Journey

You may feel nervous attending your first therapy appointment, as you might not know what to expect. Watch this video for some information to know as you start your therapy journey.

Helpful Tips to Develop a Mental Health Crisis Safety Plan

Since we can’t all anticipate when a mental health crisis will occur, it’s a good idea to develop a safety plan working with your treatment team.

Improving Coping Skills for Caregivers

Tips for Dealing with Stress as a Caregiver

Major Depressive Disorder: Mood Symptoms

Inpatient Behavioral Health Professionals: Who They Are and How They Help

For the millions of people who find themselves in crises each year, their first contact with mental health professionals may in an inpatient unit. Learn about the roles and responsibilities of inpatient care professionals.

Practicing Mindfulness

Practicing mindfulness through meditation or other techniques improves both mental and physical health. Follow this body scan exercise to help improve focus and overall wellbeing.