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Stress Awareness Month: Three Tips to Manage Chronic Stress

It’s likely not news to you that chronic stress isn’t exactly fun. However, did you know that the consequences of stress are huge for our mental and physical health? Chronic Read More

Celebrating Our Female Civil Rights Leaders

March is Women's History Month, a time to celebrate and recognize the contributions of women throughout history. The idea for Women's History Month began in the 1970s, when a group Read More

Conflict Resolution for Couples

Conflict is common in partner relationships. In a 2011 study, only 16% of couples reported experiencing little conflict in their relationship. A whopping 60%, on the other hand, reported moderate Read More

Journal Prompts to Reflect + Set Intentions

For many of us, 2022 was a hard year. Body autonomy and social justice themes were prevalent in 2022. The economy and inflation were common topics in the nightly news, Read More

Boundaries Abound: the Holidays and Your Family

December - what comes to mind when you hear that word? Do you think of snow? Holiday traditions? Do you feel happier - like the holiday festivities coming up will Read More

What Makes a Healthy Relationship?

If you’ve ever been in an unhealthy relationship, you were likely able to recognize it as unhealthy either while you were in the relationship or looking back on it now. Read More

Domestic Violence: Results and Resources

Since 1989 when it was declared, October has been Domestic Violence Awareness Month. This month highlights both the survivors of domestic or intimate partner violence (IPV) and also advocates for Read More

Coping Skills for Success

September highlights two important areas of mental health: it’s Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, as well as National Recovery Month. Suicide Prevention Awareness Month brings forward the conversation - how prevalent Read More

How to Adjust to a Big Change

August tends to bring lots of changes - perhaps you’re having a third quarter review at work, your kids are returning to school, or your vacation time is coming to Read More

Treatment Barriers in the BIPOC Community

July is Minority Mental Health Awareness Month (which many organizations have renamed BIPOC Mental Health Awareness Month), founded by Bebe Moore Campbell after witnessing the treatment barriers her daughter faced Read More

Juneteenth: Honoring the Celebration Today

The month of June is the perfect time to celebrate what makes us us - with Juneteenth celebrated in this month, people are more cognizant than ever about culture and Read More

Mental Health Awareness Month: Is Therapy For Me?

Take a minute to answer this question: what comes to mind when you think of therapy? Does mental health therapy jump out first, or another kind of therapy, like physical therapy? Read More

Stress Awareness Month: Why Am I Stressed?

If you’re like 84% of the population - which means there’s a really good chance you are - you’re stressed out.  While there’s certain kinds of stress that are good, Read More

Factors Impacting Women's Mental Health

If you’ve read our last blog, you’re aware mental health issues in women are pretty common.  This is especially true of anxiety and depression.  While you may know the stats Read More

Common Issues in Women's Mental Health

With Women’s History Month starting out, what better time to discuss the history of mental health disorders in the female population?  Mental health disorders are common among women - over Read More

Raising Self-Esteem: Start a Self-Love Journaling Practice

How are the quality of your relationships? How about one of the most important relationships we have - your relationship with yourself?  Do you have a high self-esteem, or a Read More

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