It is totally normal to be feeling down, discouraged, lethargic, or just a little “off.” Mental health is likely to be affected when daily routines are thrown off and there is an underlying sense of danger in the air. This week’s blog explores how these changes can trigger a mental health flareup and how to stay safe in those situations.
If you’re one of the many people who have been feeling a little stir crazy as the quarantine goes on, you’re not alone. Let’s work through this together! This week’s blog explores what to do when you are bouncing off the walls.
Everyone is affected by the current COVID-19 situation. This week’s blog focuses on coping with those changes & quieting the mind during these times.
Being told you can’t work, go to school, spend time with friends, hug family, or go about your daily routines can have anyone feel like they are a prisoner of circumstance or walking through a fog. This week’s blog is aimed to provide you with some tips to try to remain calm, healthy, & to keep your mental health afloat not only during quarantine, but beyond.
Despite the need there are many reasons why you may be unable to make an in person session, but worry not! Online counseling may be a great option for you! This weeks blog is part of a 2 part series on using telehealth to manage your mental health.
Part 3 in our series focusing on women’s issues. This week we address the advantages as well as potential drawbacks of women being assertive. Exploring gender biases and how a women having a backbone can get frequently misconstrued as her being ‘a bitch’ with a push back to ‘play nice’ and ‘act like a lady’.