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Research
January 17, 2022

Behavior Change: Easy in Theory, Difficult in Practice

The best way to ensure that you stay on track and motivated to make positive behavior changes is to account for challenges that may arise, both from your environment and lifestyle.

News
January 3, 2022

The Hidden Epidemic: the Surgeon General Sounds Alarms for the Mental Health Crisis Affecting Youth

“Our obligation to act is not just medical– it’s moral.” Last month, December of 2021, the United States surgeon general published a 53 page report on the “devastating” mental health crisis affecting the nation’s youngest population as a result of challenges faced by their generation, such as the coronavirus pandemic.

News
December 21, 2021

Take Care of Your Brain Health this Holiday Season

The holidays can be a challenging time and the COVID-19 pandemic has made managing mental health even more challenging for many. Here we offer some tips for you to be mindful of your brain health and some resources you can share with friends or family who may be struggling.

News
December 14, 2021

Social Cliques and Their Grip on Adolescence

Ask any adult, and they can probably attest to the social suffocation imposed on them in middle school by social cliques and groups.

Reflections

These writings are monthly thought pieces on healing, meditating, growing, and connecting with your inner self.

Reflections
February 25, 2021

Gift of Gratitude

Most agree that gratitude is a grounding good practice. But, lately I have been reading and experiencing how it can be taken to an even deeper level for greater healing. The science behind appreciation is compelling. There are seven scientifically proven benefits of gratitude which have been compiled from various sources by Amy Morin, Psychotherapist and international bestselling mental health author:

Reflections
February 4, 2021

Thought Attacks

This is the first of a series of blogs in support of mental health; the inspiration comes from Chase and the resulting grief after he passed. The many books, meditations and advice from others who have shared their stories have also contributed to this blog. Regardless of faith, wealth, race, gender or region, there is much suffering of the mind and it only seems to be escalating, further aggravated by social media and Covid.

If you are in crisis, there is help

Call the toll-free, 24/7 National Suicide Prevention Hotline at
1-800-273-8255
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