June is Men’s Mental Health awareness month. So what do we know about men’s mental health? There are 151,781,326 Million men in the U.S of these 6 million suffer from mental illness. Five major mental health illnesses seen in men are depression, anxiety, bipolar depression, psychosis and schizophrenia.  Suicide is the highest in males over […]

Happy June — Happy Pride Month! This month, let’s celebrate the impact lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) individuals have had on American history and culture. Mental healthcare providers are uniquely positioned to combat the stigma these and many other communities face. Pride month helps us remember to have hard conversations about the mental […]

Did you know that May is maternal mental health awareness month? This month-long campaign is an effort to bring to light the mental health changes that new mothers can experience before, during, and especially after giving birth! Most people know that some moms can experience “the baby blues” right after welcoming their new bundles of […]

One out of eight people deal will mental health symptoms in the United States. However, mental health is still stigmatized in popular culture. May is mental health awareness month and we are working hard to bring attention to and educate the public about mental health. This month, please help us in our endeavors by doing […]

What is stress? A physical, chemical, or emotional factor that causes bodily or mental tension and may be a factor in disease causation 3 Types of Stress Eustress: bursts of energy that helps get things done; loss of car keys Distress: Occurs for short time, takes over life, causes disruption Traumatic Stress: Result of catastrophic […]