Practicing Gratitude

As Thanksgiving is right around the corner may of us may be spending more time thinking of things we are thankful for. However, did you know that actively practicing gratitude can positively effect your mental health! Check out the article below to lean more! https://healthcare.utah.edu/healthfeed/postings/2021/11/practicing-gratitude.php#:~:text=%22Expressing%20gratitude%20can%20positively%20change,%2C%20and%20well%2Dbeing.%E2%80%9D  

Holiday Self-Care

Below is a chart of different Holiday Self-Care options! Though these are rather simple things those who are dealing with things such as depression, or even seasonal depression during this time of the year can benefit from a simple task such as these. Remember to reach out to friends and family who may be dealing with stress or anxiety and...[ read more ]

Holiday Help line Resources and Coping with Holiday Stress

The National Alliance on Mental Illness also known as NAMI is a US nonprofit originally created to help raise awareness for mental health. Below is an infographic provided by their organization with tips on dealing with Holiday Stress and even a helpful help line!

Managing Mental Health- Holiday Addition

The holiday season can be very difficult for some. Dealing with the things such as seasonal depression, judgmental family members, and for some even long COVID. Many may feel like this is not a time to celebrate at all while others may feel completely opposite. Juggling a time like this can prove difficult for many; therefore, I wanted to share...[ read more ]

Promoting Your Child’s Mental Health: Closing Blog

In the last few weeks we have been discussing different ways of promoting your child's mental health. Below is a list of some of your favorite ones so you can easily access them in the future! Promoting your Child's Mental Health: Adult Children Promoting your Child’s Mental Health: It begins with the parent Promoting your Child's Mental Health: Understanding the...[ read more ]

Promoting your Child’s Mental Health: Adult Children

This past week we have spoken about how to support our children's mental health. However, many often forget that supporting our adult children are just as important if not more if they lacked this support as a child. Check out the link below for more information on supporting our Adult Children in their mental health journey! https://www.bannerhealth.com/healthcareblog/teach-me/supporting-an-adult-child-with-mental-illness

Promoting your Child’s Mental Health: It begins with the parent

During this past week we have been learning ways to promote your Childs' mental health. Most of the time we focused on the importance of this and how it can benefit the child . However, it is important to note that this all begins with the parent. They must make the conscious decisions to care for their child's health in...[ read more ]

Promoting your Child’s Mental Health: Understanding the importance of Mental Health in Children

In line with our current topic of the mental health of our children check out the link below that describes how to nurture a child's mental health, and the importance of doing so at a young age and how doing this can help to foster future healthy relationships. https://www.childrens.com/health-wellness/how-to-nuture-your-childs-mental-health#:~:text=Parents%20can%20nurture%20a%20child's,habits%20and%20modeling%20positive%20behavior.

Promoting Your Child’s Mental Health

There are thousands of parenting books on promoting your child's well-being and health. As a first-time parent or one that has had a child before we know that creating the best environment for your child's health and wellness is a major part of being a parent. However, it is equally important to consider a child's mental health also. Are you...[ read more ]

Revisiting Setting Boundaries

Setting boundaries was another major topic we discussed this past past year. Setting boundaries can allow for current relationships to flourish and make room for yourself and new opportunities in your life. Check out the infographic below about setting boundaries and respecting these set limits

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