What
  • Community Clinics
  • Emergency Mental Health
  • Life Coach
  • Support Groups
  • Therapist
Where

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The Internet is a wild and wonderful place which has forever changed the way we live, learn, and work – but when a person can’t find a balance between their time online and their time offline, it can mean problems for their mental health. For some people, going online becomes an addiction. First, you need […]

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Jealousy.. the one feeling we’ve all felt and hate admitting to. Even reading the word creates an icky feeling. It’s been the cause of fights, tears, sleepless nights, and even breakups. As a woman, I’ve felt jealousy of other women throughout my life. The woman who is more beautiful than me, the woman who is […]

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This is a difficult story for me to share but I am doing it because it much needed for Latinx LGBTQ+ voices to be represented in mental health spaces. The most important factor for me in my mental health journey has been community. I’ve seen a lot of conversations about how to reach out for […]

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Thank you for giving me a platform to speak on my mental health experience as a Latina in this American culture we are living today. Many of us do not have a voice, will not be heard, and unfortunately are silenced. It is important to bring these issues to light, to help support and encourage […]

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I knew what the term mental health meant when I became a mom three years ago. I have been working in the field for over 10 years; I have gone through extensive education as a student and clinician in grad school and in many training sessions, so of course the term was not new to […]

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Being a mother is challenging enough, now think of how much more challenging it is for a mother of a child with autism. April is Autism Awareness month and I wanted to share how we, as a community of mothers, can support those whose kids have autism. 1. Learn about autism. A great way to […]

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If someone you know is struggling emotionally or having a hard time, you can be the difference in getting them the help they need. It’s important to take care of yourself when you are supporting someone through a difficult time, as this may stir up difficult emotions. If it does, please reach out for support […]

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Making the Eight Dimensions of Wellness part of daily life can improve mental and physical health for people with mental and/or substance use disorders. What is Wellness? Wellness is being in good physical and mental health. Because mental health and physical health are linked, problems in one area can impact the other. At the same […]

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  The five action steps for communicating with someone who may be suicidal are supported by evidence in the field of suicide prevention. ASK How – Asking the question “Are you thinking about suicide?” communicates that you’re open to speaking about suicide in a non-judgmental and supportive way. Asking in this direct, unbiased manner, can […]

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As we end 2017, let’s begin to mentally and emotionally prepare for 2018 and how we want to make it our year. Let’s process all that 2017 has left us, the heartaches, the losses, the growing pains, the happy, successful moments, the new friendships and new adventures. Whatever 2017 left you, it’s time to reflect […]

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