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Feeling Isolated This Summer? You Are Not Alone

Summer is the time of year that many people look forward to. During the winter months, we are more... Read More

Transitioning from Summer to School: Helpful Tips for Parents

Summer is usually a less structured time of the year for parents and their children. As summer comes to... Read More

Financial Wellbeing: A Key Factor in Overall Health

The ever-rising cost of living and the COVID pandemic has left many people in tough financial situations. About 42%... Read More

Learning Never Stops: Why Summer Reading is Important for Children

Summer is a time for outdoor fun, vacations, and a break from the daily school routine, but it’s also... Read More

Mental Health Disparities: It is time to bridge the gap

Each day, millions of minorities struggle with mental health issues that often go untreated for several reasons. Minority communities... Read More

Kick Back, Relax, and Grab a Book: A Guide to Summer Reading

Strengthens the brain. It has been shown that reading helps the networks and signals in your brain get stronger... Read More

Summer Safety Tips for Kids

Below are a few things to remember as the weather gets warmer, and the sun gets hotter: Read More

A Historical View of the LGBTQIA+ Community & Mental Health

The history of mental health treatment in relation to the LGBTQIA+ community Happy Pride Month! While this month is... Read More

Talking with Children After a Traumatic Event

The advancements in technology and the 24-hour news cycle that exist in today’s society have made it virtually impossible... Read More

5 Tips to Manage Traumatic Stress

5 tips to cope with traumatic stress Trauma comes in many shapes and forms. One of the aspects of... Read More

Why Adult Friendships Are Important to Our Mental Health

Friendships are an important part of bettering your mental health. If you've ever had a friend you could laugh,... Read More

5 Tips to Better Control Your Anger

A Gallup survey of 160,000 people across 116 countries between 2020 and early 2021 found that nearly 24% of... Read More