While there is no one-size fits all approach to working with families, a more structured approach is recommended especially when working with kids and teens in high-conflict families.
It’s alarming that not even half of those who die by suicide have sought treatment for mental illness.
Talking about mental health with peers is one of the best ways to celebrate mental health awareness month.
The National Alliance on Mental Illness has some great ideas and resources to get involved in events for Mental Health Awareness Month. One way to do so is to share your story.
Does your life feel like it is dull, and boring, with nothing to look forward to?
Having meaningful relationships through social connection is an important protective factor for good mental health and suicide prevention. Here are 6 Tips from the Suicide Awareness Voices of Education to Help Get Connected.
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.
Wouldn’t the world be a better place if you were surrounded by positive energy that radiated to all those who came near its presence? Infusing lives with joy starts with each one of us. If you are hoping to experience more happiness, here are ways to INFUSE joy–
National Eating Disorders awareness week aims to educate about the realities of eating disorders. #SeeTheChange
A community that experiences collective trauma again and again. Communities of color have been especially hit hard by COVID-related deaths, followed by the killings of George Floyd and Daunte Wright.