2020 was a rough one. You may be thinking that New Year’s resolutions sound especially overwhelming this year. But as we head into 2021, let’s look at some things we can resolve to do to care for our mental health.
Are you struggling with depression, anxiety, or another day-to-day challenge, but you feel like there’s just not time to get help? We hear this often. We even feel it ourselves. Between work, family, and other obligations, life is hectic.
Being isolated during the COVID-19 pandemic is causing mental health challenges for a lot of people right now. Routines are disrupted and we’re not able to do the activities we used to do or see the people we used to
With COVID-19 still wreaking havoc on our daily routines, many of us are faced with heightened levels of stress due to family challenges, fear of illness, and financial strains, to name a few. Adjusting to the new normal, from day
Every person is different when it comes to alcohol consumption. Some choose not to drink at all while others drink varying amounts at varying frequencies. One of the questions we get a lot is, “At what point is drinking alcohol
The COVID-19 quarantine is causing everyone’s behaviors to change. Sometimes good habits are started and other times bad habits are started. Teens are now living with the least structured time they’ve ever had and it’s possible that they could get
When a family member is struggling with depression, their loved ones want to help, but also can experience their own challenging emotions. If you haven’t struggled with depression yourself, it can be hard to understand why they’re experiencing this. It’s
Are you confused about Telehealth? Or how your Therapist or Nurse Practitioner will keep seeing you during the coming weeks? Worried about how you will stay connected? We’ve thought about this and we’re here to help. And it will be
The changing seasons can play a major factor in the ups and downs of depression. While some people may struggle during the winter, others may have a harder time in the springtime. Or Summer. Or Fall. Depression can
Watching a loved one struggle with a substance use disorder involving alcohol is gut wrenching. Even when they understand the pain they’re causing themselves and their loved ones, and even when they try really hard… … sometimes they still stay