Ending the Stigma & Suicide Prevention

September 10, 2020

Thursday, September 10 is World Suicide Prevention Day. This day falls under Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, which is the entire month of September. During this month, mental health advocates work to spread awareness of suicide,… Continue reading

Seasonal Affective Disorder

December 2, 2019

For some, the onset of winter can be dreadful. The darker months and dreary weather do generally cause us to tend towards inactivity, but feeling stuck in a state of depression isn’t normal. Do cloudy… Continue reading

Three Common Myths About Counseling

July 19, 2019

Counseling is a form of therapy that has wide-reaching benefits for all kinds of people and situations. However, common myths about counseling may keep you from even considering this option as you try to make… Continue reading

Seasonal Depression

September 24, 2017

In the last week we have experienced a sharp contrast in weather, from hot and smoky to cool and damp, indicating an abrupt entrance into autumn. This means the days will be getting shorter and… Continue reading

When You’re Feeling Down…

August 17, 2015

Too many times we compare ourselves to others, we wish for something more, we grapple with the challenges that we are presented with and this can make us feel inadequate. However, in any of these… Continue reading