Finding the ME in (ME)dicine.

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Means finding out where I got lost. Pinpointing where I was misguided to believe that my self worth, self care and value for resting was less than that of White folks living with Bipolar II Disorder. And that, for me, … Read More

Cultural Humility

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In therapy and really in life, people bring their expectations, beliefs, communication styles, and attitudes to all of their interactions. Mental health professionals also bring their own assumptions and previous experiences in to the room. Cultural humility is a lens … Read More

Workplace Wellness

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Do you Love or Hate your Job? Loving or hating a job can cause more or less stress in life. Did you know, 70% of those currently employed are searching for other jobs. Less than one-third of Americans are happy … Read More

Mental Health America Back to School Kit

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MHA’s Back to School Toolkit – developed each year and released in mid-August in anticipation of the start of the new school year – provides free resources, tools, tips, and information on early identification themes and Before Stage 4 messaging. … Read More

Treating Internet Addiction

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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 … Read More

Overcoming Jealousy

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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 … Read More

Cafe con Pansexual

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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 … Read More

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