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5 Tips for Maintaining Mental Health During Springtime

The spring season can be a difficult time for those with mental health concerns. Read more for tips on maintaining mental health during this time of year.

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Mental Health and Wellness: Benefits of Yoga

Yoga has been proven to help reduce stress, anxiety and depression. Learn about the different types of yoga that can benefit your overall mental health.

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Five Ways to Incorporate Mindfulness into the Holiday Season

The holiday season can be a time of Hallmark movies, beautifully decorated store fronts, and magic, but it can also be a tough time for many of us. Not only are the winters long and cold, but sticky family dynamics that often surround the holiday months can make this season of magic feel like a trick.

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What is Art Therapy?

Art Therapy is a form of expressive therapy that employs techniques and tools that can enhance mental or physical wellbeing and assist in the process of healing. Art therapy typically incorporates painting, finger painting, drawing, sculpting or carving.

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A Beginner's Guide to Mindfulness Practices

Mindfulness practice is the utilization of various tools and techniques that train the brain to arrive in a mindful state. The practice emphasizes non-judgment, non-attachment, as well as acceptance of the entire journey even when it is challenging. For those who are new to mindfulness practices, know that with consistency the experience will gradually come with more ease. That said, even with regular practice, some days will be more difficult and others more accessible.

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Why Gratitude is More Important Than Ever This Holiday Season

Despite 2020 being a challenging year for many, expressing gratitude this year is more important than ever. The holiday season tends to exacerbate feelings of loneliness, anxiety and depression. Particularly during COVID-19, many are feeling lost and isolated. These feelings can make expressing gratitude this Thanksgiving uncomfortable and difficult. However, research suggests that giving thanks can actually promote mental wellness and help you cope with symptoms you may be struggling with.

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