Why Aging and Depression Often Go Hand-in-Hand

They say that with age comes wisdom, and for some, that may be true. But with age also comes some very big challenges. In addition to dealing with the onset of disease and physical disabilities, older people must face mental health challenges such as depression. Much of it is due to loss: the loss of a spouse, loss of friends,...[ read more ]

Providing Parental Support to Disabled Children

Learn about providing parental support to disabled children and teens .Be understanding of the fact that living with a disability brings with its daily challenges. Sometimes those challenges can feel overwhelming and even demoralizing.   Because of this, it is common for people with disabilities to suffer from mental health issues such as depression and anxiety. This is particularly true...[ read more ]

The Mental Health Impact of COVID-19 on Families

If you asked any of us a year ago what would life be like in 2022, it’s doubtful anyone would have guessed we’d be going through a global pandemic, replete with lockdowns and self-quarantining. The mental health impact of COVID-19 on families can't be underestimated. At the beginning of the year, some families might have thought of being forced to...[ read more ]

Roadblocks to BIPOC Mental Health Care

Roadblocks to BIPOC mental health care. If you belong to the Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) community and suffer from poor mental health, you’re not alone. In the United States, there are over 15 million BIPOC people that report struggling with mental health issues. Sadly, there are more roadblocks to BIPOC mental health care than others. 1. It’s...[ read more ]

Navigating Challenging Life Transitions

Navigating  challenging life transitions is inevitable as we age. When we’re young, life transitions are fun and empowering. We go from crawling to walking, walking to running. We start with training wheels but soon no longer need them. As we age, we graduate into higher grades and become more independent. However as adults,  life transitions can feel not so fun...[ read more ]

How to support your LGBTQ child against bullying in school

Learn how to support your LGBTQ child against bullying in school. It’s easy for adults to forget what adolescence was like. The frustrations of figuring out the foreign world around us combined with a cocktail of raging hormones that set our emotions off at the drop of a hat. Man, being a kid was hard! What can make an already-hard...[ read more ]

How to Support LGBTQ Teens Coming Out

Learn how to support LGBTQ teens in coming out. Even with the progressive change the LGBTQ movement has made in the past decade, It can still be a hard experience for many. Continue to support the movement that has brought about great change. For example, the “Don’t Ask – Don’t Tell” policy was repealed, health insurance discrimination has been prevented,...[ read more ]

Treatment for Social Anxiety

For a year now, most of us have been unhappy with living a life in quarantine. We were left wondering when the world would finally get back to normal. With vaccines rolling out and most towns and cities reaching herd immunity, society is finally beginning to open back up. However, not everything is as great as it sounds. Many are...[ read more ]

4 Reasons to Start Therapy in 2021

4 Reasons to Start Therapy in 2021 If you’re like most people, you brought in the new year with a list of resolutions. And if you’re like most people, all of those resolutions have one goal: to better your life in some way. Whether that is through eating right, working out, learning a new language or decluttering your home office,...[ read more ]

Determining Gender Identity and How Can Parents Help?

What makes someone feel they have been born into the wrong body? Determining gender identity is a prominent topic these days. It is  due to the transgender movement, yet many people are still uncertain about what causes this issue. What is it, exactly,  determining gender identity. Whether an individual thinks of themselves as “male” or “female” or something else or...[ read more ]

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