Aside from the practical benefit of growing your own food, there are actually neurobiological reasons that gardening makes people feel good. Learn how gardening can help treat depression and anxiety naturally in this weeks’s blog
How Community Stress & Trauma Impacts Individual Coping: In the first 6 months of 2020 we have been hit by wave after wave of crisis, stress, and trauma that has overloaded us individually and as a community. This week’s blog explores these struggles and ways in which to rebuild our emotional resources as we struggle through stress and change in our communities
This week’s blog will focus on the healing journey of self-acceptance and include some suggestions for developing your own self-acceptance practice.
Being without your usual stimulations & coping strategies can bring about compulsive behaviors even if you didn’t experience them before! This week’s blog explores the development of these compulsive behaviors and approaches to better managing/ controlling them to decrease potential further negative disruption in your life.
Not all struggles are easily seen, but that does not mean that they are’t deeply felt. This week blog focuses on the those that appear like they have it all together, that always have things organized and work done just right. Those that we go to for help because we often do not see that below the surface they may be struggling with high functioning anxiety. Experiencing an inner dread and panic that they push through but that takes a toll on their physical and emotional health.
It is easy to get caught up in how your mental health effects you. This blog explores how your mental well-being can also affect your intimate relationships.