Sleep is a fundamental pillar of academic success.
Sleep is a fundamental aspect of our lives, yet it is often overlooked or undervalued. Dr. Heidi Bausch-Ryan, Clinical Director of Training at CARE Counseling, shared invaluable insights into how sleep influences our mental health and how we can enhance our sleep habits to improve our overall well-being.
Does your life feel like it is dull, and boring, with nothing to look forward to?
Spring is a wonderful time to re-evaluate priorities, clean out things that are cluttering up your life, and get a fresh start.
It can be hard to feel like you are still connected when physically separated from loved ones. Finding ways to feel connected even during physical distance can help aid in coping.
Check out Milieu Therapy—an approach where the social environment is incorporated as the therapy.
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.
While calming corners can be used an alternative behavioral management strategy for children who are having difficulties with self-regulation, both children and adults can benefit from spending time in a calming corner when feeling one of more of the following:
If you are struggling with getting a good night’s sleep, consider the benefits of meditation. Meditation that focuses on sleep helps one be present in the moment
Rather than just focusing on the neck up, therapists are incorporating body work by taking a more holistic approach and integrating the rest of the body!