September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. One of the ways in which we can all work together to help prevent suicide is to get connected.
This year in honor of Juneteenth, we allowed each of our clinicians to choose where they wanted money donated on behalf of CARE Counseling. By the end of the week we donated over $3,000 to four charities – Women’s Advocates, Feed My Starving Children, HOPE Community, and CARE More.
Our drink choices are an important part of creating a healthy eating routine.Here are some helpful tips from the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotions to help get you back on track with your choices in beverages.
With Three-Year Revenue Growth of 394 Percent, CARE Counseling Receives Ranking No. 1610 Among America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies.
Consider the last 24 hours of your day. When was your last meal, snack, or drink before you went to sleep? What did you eat? I’m curious to know the items, amounts, and how your body felt afterwards.
Food is our body’s fuel. What is consumed (or not), especially in the mornings is something to seriously consider as a small but important step for getting healthy eating back on track.
With the summer soon coming to an end, so comes a shift in schedules for many including students, educators, and those whose day-to-day routine will be changing. You may find yourself having less time for leisure activities with increased demands in responsibilities.
Advocating involves speaking up. There are many ways to advocate for change. I really enjoy the visual model of the social change wheel as it illustrates that there are multiple ways to work towards social change.
Speaking up for yourself can be challenging at times, especially if you are not exactly sure what you want or need from your relationship. A good starting point is checking in with what you are thinking and feeling.