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June 14, 2022
Why Online Therapy Works for Teenagers

Online therapy is effective for teenagers and offers a number of benefits compared to in-person therapy. Read our blog to find why teens should choose a virtual option.

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June 3, 2022
3 Reasons Why Online Therapy is the Future of Mental Health

Today, online therapy is considered to be convenient, affordable, and anonymous. It is the perfect choice for anyone who wants to improve their mental health.

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June 1, 2022
What is LGBTQIA+ Counseling?

Charlie Health's LGBTQIA+ therapy provides LGBTQIA+-affirming care so you can explore sexual orientation, come out to family members, and manage mental health issues.

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May 25, 2022
Why Certain Mental Health Disorders Peak in the Springtime

Springtime is a time of renewal, & it can also be a time of stress for those with mental health issues. Here’s why certain mental conditions peak during the spring.

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May 20, 2022
Springtime Mania: Enjoy The Season While Managing Bipolar Disorder

Springtime can be a manic time for people with bipolar disorder. Here are some tips for how to enjoy the season while managing your bipolar disorder.

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May 16, 2022
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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May 13, 2022
How to Spring Clean Your Social Media

Spring is the perfect time to clean up your social media accounts! Clear out old posts, delete unused accounts, and organize your followers with these tips.

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May 2, 2022
What is Spring Mania? How You Can Help a Loved One

Looking for ways to help a loved one who may be expressing spring mania? We have you covered with tips on how to help overcome manic episodes and show support.

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April 27, 2022
5 Ways Alcohol Affects Mental Health

If you're struggling with alcoholism and mental health issues, you're not alone. Charlie Health offers therapy that addresses both problems simultaneously, so you can get on the road to recovery.

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April 22, 2022
Understanding the Mental Health Impact of Sexual Assault

Sexual assault can have a significant negative impact on mental health. It's important to understand the impact of sexual assault and to seek help if needed.

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April 18, 2022
Health Equity: Why It Matters and How to Achieve It

Health Equity is the focus on addressing health disparities and the social determinants of health. Addressing health inequities is essential in today's society.

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April 15, 2022
A Guide to Stress Management

This guide provides stress management techniques for improving mental health and reducing stress levels, including tips for identifying and changing stressful behaviors.

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April 12, 2022
Autism Acceptance Month: 5 Things You Should Know.

April is Autism Acceptance Month. Charlie Health is igniting the conversation about autism and how to promote acceptance, and combat the stigma against autism.

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April 7, 2022
Start the Conversation: Suicide Awareness & Mental Health

The act of suicide prevention starts with normalizing honest conversations about mental health and suicide and understanding the factors that contribute to suicide risk.

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March 28, 2022
How Family Therapy Can Help Your Teen

One of the best ways to help teens cope with mental health issues is through family therapy. We outline what family therapy is and how it can start your family on the healing journey.

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March 25, 2022
7 Secrets to Turn Your Family Therapy into a Success

Family therapy provides essential tools to help families understand each other, develop healthier communication skills, and work towards a positive change.

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March 18, 2022
Recognizing the Impact of Suicide: The Importance of Suicide Prevention

If someone you know is showing warning signs of suicide, don't ignore them. Charlie Health can help you learn how to recognize warning signs and get help.

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March 17, 2022
What is Intergenerational Trauma?

An overview of intergenerational trauma, discussing the ways in which trauma is transmitted across generations, and the potential impacts on individuals and relationships.

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March 15, 2022
Self Harm: The Signs, Causes & How We Can Help

Sometimes people self-harm as a way to cope with emotional pain or distress. Here is a resource about the signs, causes, and how someone could potentially help.

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March 10, 2022
Suicide Prevention: How You Can Help

Learn about suicide prevention, including how to identify warning signs, access resources and support, and get help for yourself or someone you know.

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March 8, 2022
Mental Health Effects of Chronic Pain

The Mental Health Effects of Chronic Pain: An overview of the psychological effects of chronic pain and strategies for coping and healing.

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February 28, 2022
How to Identify Stress in Young Teens

Taking care of your mental health is essential no matter how old you are. But for children and teenagers in particular, experiencing high levels of stress can have long-term, adverse effects on their brain development and social functioning.

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February 26, 2022
What is Substance Abuse Disorder?

Substance Abuse Disorder (SAD) is a problem that affects people of all ages. With proper treatment, however, you can overcome your addiction and lead a productive life.

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February 24, 2022
EMDR therapy

Charlie Health is a mental health treatment for teens, young adults and families. Benefits of their group therapy sessions include improved communication, stress reduction and self-esteem.

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February 21, 2022
How To Help a Loved One With a Substance Abuse Problem

Charlie Health is a mental health treatment for teens, young adults and families. Benefits of their group therapy sessions include improved communication, stress reduction and self-esteem.

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February 14, 2022
Benefits of Group Therapy

Charlie Health is a mental health treatment for teens, young adults and families. Benefits of their group therapy sessions include improved communication, stress reduction and self-esteem.

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February 14, 2022
What is Body Neutrality?

Eating disorders are complicated, but at Charlie Health we believe recovery is possible. Learn more about eating disorders, and body neutrality in our blog.

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February 1, 2022
Black History Month: Barriers to Mental Health Care for African Americans

February is Black History Month. It's the perfect time to highlight the unique mental health issues and struggles that are facing many African Americans.

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February 8, 2022
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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January 22, 2022
Understanding Eating Disorders

Eating disorders can affect anyone, regardless of their age, gender, color, sexual orientation, or income level. At Charlie Health, we are here to help.

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January 20, 2022
Mental Health: The Biggest Threat to Our Generation

With the sheer volume of unprecedented mental health challenges, there's no denying that Gen Z deserves a tailored, evidence-based approach to mental health care.

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January 13, 2022
How to Build Mental Health Awareness in Schools

By identifying the warning signs of mental health conditions and providing mental health support, schools can help at-risk students seek mental health care.

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January 12, 2022
Improving Your Mental Health

If you're navigating a difficult situation, living with a mental health condition, or looking to improve your wellness, here's how to care for your mental health.

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January 3, 2022
Are You Suffering From An Anxiety Disorder? Here’s How To Tell

Anxiety disorders are treatable with a combination of medication, psychotherapy, and lifestyle changes. Here's how to tell if you're living with anxiety.

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January 5, 2022
How to Set Healthy Boundaries

Boundaries are defined as, "a line that marks the limit of an area." But how can you determine and communicate what your personal lines are? Doing so is a key part of mental wellbeing and resiliency. Here are some tips on how to define and present your boundaries in all types of relationships.

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December 22, 2021
The Psychological Impact of Winter and Mental Health

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD), is a mental health condition that occurs due to seasonal changes. Learn healthy ways to cope with SAD.

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December 15, 2021
Self Care During the Holiday Season

If you're dealing with packed holiday schedules, or feeling overwhelmed this season, leaning into self-care methods can help you prepare for this time of year.

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December 5, 2021
Having a Mental Health Day? 5 Tips to Survive the Holidays

Stress takes a toll, both mentally and physically. If you're feeling overwhelmed this holiday season, here's how to make your mental health a priority.

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November 24, 2021
10 Ways to Stay Mentally Strong Throughout the Holidays

With the holiday season approaching, you might be feeling anxious and stressed. It's important to pay attention to your mental health during the holidays.

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November 18, 2021
Creating a Happy and Healthy Holiday Season

The holiday season can be stressful. However, Charlie Health is here to help you prioritize your well-being during this season with helpful tips to relax and enjoy.

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November 7, 2021
5 Ways to Help Teenagers Recover From Eating Disorders

Eating disorders in young adults are becoming more common. Read more about how to educate yourself on eating disorders, and learn how to offer your unconditional support.

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November 1, 2021
How an Intensive Outpatient Program Helped My Teen

Intensive outpatient programs (IOP) can be extremely beneficial for any young adult, especially those who are experiencing critical mental health issues.

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December 13, 2021
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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December 3, 2021
Honoring International Day of Persons with Disabilities: The Intersection of Disabilities and Mental Health

Today is International Day of Persons with Disabilities, a day designated by the UN to “promote an understanding of disability issues and mobilize support for the dignity, rights and well-being of persons with disabilities.” As equally important: “It also seeks to increase awareness of gains to be derived from the integration of persons with disabilities in every aspect of political, social, economic and cultural life.”

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December 10, 2021
How to Help a Friend With Depression

While mental health diagnoses affect a significant amount of people, depression in particular can be vastly misunderstood. Help educate others on depression and mental health.

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November 4, 2021
How Intensive Outpatient Programs Help Combat Teenage Depression

Teenage years can be incredibly challenging. Intensive outpatient programs are beneficial when coping with teenage depression and other mental health disorders.

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December 1, 2021
How to Talk About Tragedy & School Shootings

Kids and teens across the US are caught in the crosshairs of two deadly crises: rising rates of mental health issues and unrelenting gun violence. The trauma associated with both of these truths is immense and cannot be underestimated in its toll on young people’s sense of wellbeing. One of the most basic psychological needs in all human beings is a sense of safety. When this fundamental security is stripped away from the environment, it’s incredibly difficult to function, let alone thrive. 

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November 18, 2021
National Transgender Awareness Week

This week is the annual Trans Awareness Week––a time to “raise the visibility about transgender people and address issues members of the community face.” One of the most serious issues currently facing the trans community (and the LGBTQIA+ community more broadly) is the pervasiveness of mental health disparities between trans and non-trans (or cisgender) people.

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November 4, 2021
6 Tips for Parents of Teens in Intensive Outpatient Programs

Tips for parents who may have teenagers involved in an intensive outpatient program. Understand more about IOP and how to work through the program with your teenager.

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November 4, 2021
Teen Depression: A Silent Epidemic

Depression is a serious mental health condition that many teenagers endure throughout their daily lives. Learn more about the impact of mental health and teen depression.

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October 11, 2021
Empowering Teens With Self Care

Self-care is an essential aspect of everyday life, especially when it comes to your mental health. Read more about how self-care can assist in empowering your teens.

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October 7, 2021
Helping Your Teen Cope: Pandemic Parenting

Teens are experiencing more emotions than ever during the Covid-19 pandemic. Charlie Health can provide advice for parents who are seeking out help during Covid.

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October 5, 2021
Ways To Practice Self-Care as a Teen

Between balancing school, family life, social life, and extracurriculars, it's easy to let caring for yourself fall by the wayside. Sometimes, we get so busy that we overlook our own needs, which can leave us feeling drained, stressed, and overwhelmed.

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November 10, 2021
Addressing Mental Health Disparities Among Native Youth

Native American youth in the US are facing a mental health crisis that is not being discussed. We dive into what is causing this and provide several resources to help.

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October 27, 2021
Adolescent Mental Health: A National Emergency

A National State of Emergency in Child and Adolescent Mental Health was declared last week by a consortium of leading medical professionals, including the American Academy of Pediatrics, the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, and the Children’s Hospital Association. In a series of stark findings and vehement recommendations for policymakers, the group of mental health providers cited the reasons for their declaration as “soaring rates of depression, anxiety, trauma, loneliness, and suicidality that will have lasting impacts on [youth], their families, and their communities.”

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October 26, 2021
How to Cope with Seasonal Affective Disorder

Having both “regular” (or non-seasonal) depression in conjunction with SAD presents unique challenges, especially as collective trauma from COVID-19 mounts and the grieving process continues to be interrupted for many.

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October 20, 2021
What is Gender Dysphoria?

Gender dysphoria is defined as “the disconnect between experienced gender and assigned gender,” according to the Child Mind Institute. Simply put, gender dysphoria is the cognitive dissonance that occurs when someone doesn’t identify with the gender they were assigned at birth.

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October 13, 2021
National Coming Out Day

As we celebrate National Coming Out Day, remember: there is no such thing as a right or wrong time to come out as LGBTQIA+. Coming out is always on your terms; nobody else's. Checking in with yourself (maybe after some self-care!) about who feels safe to talk to can be a hugely empowering process.

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October 12, 2021
5 Ways For Parents To Tell Their Kids That It’s Okay To Not Be Okay

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. For many of us, kids especially, we associate breast cancer awareness with pink ribbons, community 5k walks and runs, and a powerful sea of women, moms, and families proudly standing up and advocating for visibility for this disease.

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October 10, 2021
Depression Extends Beyond the Mind: Physical Symptoms of Major Depressive Disorder

In honor of World Mental Health Day, we hope to shed light on a less-understood aspect of one of the most diagnosed mental health disorders in the world: depression and its physical symptoms. In the face of an ongoing pandemic that has only exacerbated mental health concerns, plus the toxic effects of negative social media exposure, young people and their loved ones should be aware that depression can show up in unexpected ways.

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October 11, 2021
How to Help Teens Process COVID Grief?

One in four COVID deaths has left a young person without a parent or primary caregiver. That’s according to a new study published in the journal, Pediatrics. Surviving parents and other caregivers are often overwhelmed when trying to navigate how to help the young people in their lives process grief. Here are some ways to help facilitate the journey toward healing.

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October 7, 2021
The Impact of Social Media on Youth Mental Health

It certainly comes as no surprise to many that there is a link between increased use of social media and skyrocketing rates of mental health diagnoses across the world. And while clinical research remains somewhat divided on the issue, several news reports over the past few weeks have revealed that Facebook and Instagram have been aware of their platforms’ negative effects on mental health--but have kept its extremity under wraps. 

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September 22, 2021
Suicide Prevention and Resources for LGBTQIA+ Youth

Throughout the month of September, Charlie Health is committed to providing resources and information on suicide as a way to proactively combat the current youth suicide crisis. Rates of both youth suicide and suicide ideation are on the rise across the country. According to the CDC, the national suicide rate for young people aged 10-24 increased by 57% from 2007 to 2018.

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September 6, 2021
How to Cope With Climate Anxiety

As hurricanes ravage coastlines across the country and wildfires raze huge swaths of the West, anxiety over the ever-increasing presence and intensity of climate change is on the rise. No group seems to be affected more by warming temperatures and ensuing natural disasters, though, than young people. As younger generations grapple with an uncertain future on Earth, stress, worry and even panic can ensue.

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September 1, 2021
September Is Suicide Prevention & Awareness Month

September is National Suicide Prevention Month and here at Charlie Health, our goal is to dramatically reduce the skyrocketing rates of youth suicide and suicidal ideation in America. To highlight information and provide resources this month, keep reading to learn more about suicide, its warning signs, how to prevent it, and how to seek treatment. 

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August 23, 2021
Your Guide to Back-to-School: 2021

If parents and teens found the 2020 transition back to school challenging, they’ll need even more support navigating the 2021 return. At Charlie Health, we’re here to help parents and families make their way through this “minefield” of a new school year.

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August 9, 2021
What is Music Therapy and How Does It Work?

There are an ever increasing number of therapies used to help those struggling with mental health disorders. One therapy we integrate into our care plans is music therapy, which helps teens and young adults foster a healthy way to express emotion. 

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July 28, 2021
Summer Journaling Prompts for Self-Care

Summer is well underway and with it a more relaxed pace. School is out for most people; the sun is shining; we have more time to socialize, get outside, and do other things that support both our physical and mental health! One way to engage in healthy self-care practices is by journaling.

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August 2, 2021
Why is Virtual Care for High-Acuity Youth Effective?

The mental health care system is broken. While thousands of providers work tirelessly to provide essential care to Americans, rates of depression, anxiety, and suicide in our teens and young adults remain high. Long waitlists, the stigmatization of mental health, or people feeling like therapy “isn’t for them” has kept many away from clinically appropriate levels of care, creating a dangerous and traumatizing feedback loop of hospitalizations and discharges.

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July 27, 2021
What Simone Biles' Self-Advocacy Can Teach Us

Professional athletes are known for their resilience and grit. And as the Olympics roll around every two years, the pressure on athletes to meet this public expectation grows exponentially. The eyes of the world are on them, and they are expected to perform at the highest levels of athleticism imaginable. But with such pressure comes an immense propensity for mental health struggles.

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June 27, 2021
PTSD Awareness Month: What to Know

For decades, post traumatic stress disorder –or PTSD– was viewed as a one-off diagnosis reserved for soldiers returning from war or survivors of car crashes. But as both time and innovations in mental health research have shown, PTSD is a more nuanced, complex and widespread mental health diagnosis than previously thought. According to the National Center for PTSD, 7-8% of people will live with the disorder at some point in their life. 

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May 5, 2021
Spring Season and Mental Health

The changing of the seasons and the start of the warmer months is generally associated with growth, rebirth, and a frenzy of flowers pushing out of the barren, thawing, soil. We see shining faces and blue skies across all media platforms, claiming that simple #springcleaning is the key to mental well-being and a sunny disposition. However, the changing of the seasons is not the end all cure for seasonal depression, anxiety, and other mental illnesses. In fact, the spring and early summer months see the highest rates of suicide, and many people experience increased depression and anxiety.

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September 1, 2020
Everything You Need to Know About IOPs

When you think about therapy, you probably think about meeting with a therapist once per week either virtually through video-camera or sitting in a therapist’s office – this is known as outpatient therapy, typically the most sought out type of therapy. But what happens when one hour a week of outpatient therapy isn’t enough support? What if you or your loved ones continue to have challenges despite meeting weekly with a therapist, and the symptoms experienced increase in frequency and/or severity? This can feel overwhelming and exacerbate a sense of hopelessness. Many families navigating behavioral health treatment options for the first time believe there is no option in between weekly visits to a therapist, assessment by a doctor at the Emergency Room or admission to an inpatient facility.

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March 11, 2021
What is Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)?

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) is an evidence-based approach to developing psychological flexibilities. Moreover, ACT is a behavioral intervention that leverages mindfulness skills, self-acceptance, and coping strategies to overcome mental health challenges. The ACT approach acknowledges that all of us experience challenges or negative emotions and we have an instinctive reaction to control them; however, more often than not, we do this is a counterproductive way.

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May 24, 2021
What Is Toxic Positivity?

Toxic positivity refers to the idea that in any given circumstance the most appropriate course of action is to remain positive, “look on the bright side,” and understand that “it could be worse.” An optimistic perspective can be a healthy and effective coping mechanism; however, toxic positivity refers to the extreme, unwavering presence of positivity in which this attitude causes a failure to effectively process and validate emotions.

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February 12, 2021
Nutrition & Mood-Healthy Foods

Nutrition is a key component to ensuring mental and physical health. For young people in particular, eating regularly and maximizing nutritious foods is critical when the body is still developing. Numerous scientific studies have shown a strong connection between diet and mental health. It’s essential to take advantage of what is in your control to better your own mental wellbeing.

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January 29, 2021
Navigating Teen Mental Health Conditions

Adolescence is a common time for signs of mental health issues to emerge—many are struggling with hormonal changes, adapting to new environments, and increased stress from school or social activities. Critically, 1 in 5 young people suffer from a mental illness; however, the majority of young people fail to receive appropriate treatment. Early intervention is essential when warning signs of mental illness emerge. If you are unsure whether you or a loved one is experiencing signs of a mental illness, it’s important to reach out to a mental health professional. Self-diagnoses can be dangerous and often inaccurate. In order to receive the most appropriate and effective care, reach out for support—you are not alone.

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January 13, 2021
The Collective Trauma of COVID-19

Despite the new year, COVID-19 continues to spread and devastate communities. Collective trauma refers to an event that incites psychological trauma shared by large groups or populations. In the case of this pandemic, the collective refers to our global population. Not all communities, however, have been impacted the same. It is important to recognize that COVID-19 has devastated certain communities, businesses, families and individuals more than others.

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July 1, 2021
How to Talk to Your Child About Body Image

A healthy body image is an essential aspect of a young person’s self-esteem and self-worth. Significantly, body image is about how you perceive your body, not about what your body looks like. This image is often affected by pressures of friends, family, celebrities, and social media. Fostering a healthy body image at a young age is critical. The National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorder reported that approximately 95% of individuals struggling with eating or related disorders are between the ages of 12 – 25.

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December 20, 2020
Surviving the Holidays

The holiday season is once again upon us. Despite the expectations of joy and festivities, this time of year doesn’t always go as planned. For many, the holiday season can bring about feelings of sadness, grief or disappointment. It’s important to remember that you are not alone. This year, in particular, has brought unexpected challenges and the holidays are no different. Many of us are unable to spend time with family and loved ones. These circumstances can add to the stress that many of us are already feeling. We’ve put together some tips on how you can stay motivated and survive this holiday season.

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December 11, 2020
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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June 17, 2021
Managing Headline Stress & News Anxiety

While many Americans enjoy staying up to date on daily news, instant access to the 24-hour news cycle can be overwhelming. Headline stress is not a clinical diagnosis, but many psychologists have started using the term to describe people who are overwhelmed and experience increased stress by viewing or reading the news. Headline stress effects all of us differently, but often leads to feelings of being overwhelmed and helpless which can result in increased levels of stress or anxiety.

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November 27, 2020
How to Keep Your Child Engaged with Distance Learning

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, families and students alike have been forced to adapt to a new way of learning. For many, even regular school can be overwhelming and exacerbate underlying signs of mental health disorders. It’s important that families work together to promote healthy schedules to allow students to remain motivated with online learning.

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November 25, 2020
Why is Sleep So Important?

Sleep is an essential component of our physical and mental health that allows our bodies to rest and recharge. A healthy sleep schedule can be challenging while juggling the responsibilities and pressures of the day. Nonetheless, it is critical to prioritize how and when you sleep in order to improve the quality of your mood and the productivity of your day.

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November 16, 2020
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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November 16, 2020
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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October 26, 2020
What is Seasonal Affective Disorder?

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a subtype of depression that typically begins in the fall and can last throughout the winter. SAD can cause changes in energy levels, sleep schedules, appetite, mood and others. While individuals can experience these symptoms differently, it’s important to validate them and learn how you can cope.

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October 20, 2020
Social Media Use & Mental Health

Social media has profoundly changed the way we interact with others, particularly for young people who have grown up alongside social media’s growth and fallen victim to its addictive qualities. Over the last decade, researchers have been investigating the relationship between mental health and social media. It is clear that social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and TikTok can cause symptoms of depression; however, there is also research that shows those who already present signs of depression are more likely to engage with social media in harmful ways.

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October 13, 2020
My Child Has Expressed Suicidal Thoughts: What Do I Do?

Suicide is the second leading cause of death for children and young adults. Greater awareness and resources can help reduce both suicide attempts and deaths by suicide. Therefore, it’s essential to have resources that can help you navigate through these challenging circumstances. If you or a loved one is experiencing a life-threatening emergency, please call 911 or the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at (800)-273-8255.

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October 12, 2020
What Is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)?

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is one of the most popular types of therapies used to treat a wide variety of mental health issues. But what is it, and how may it help you and your family?

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September 4, 2020
You Are Not Alone: Teen Depression

If you or a loved one struggles with depression, it’s common to feel alone. Depression is more than just sadness and can affect many different aspects of everyday life. Sharing the experience of depression is difficult, particularly with friends and family. 1 in 3 high school students report feeling so sad or hopeless that they stop their everyday activities. Remember: you are not alone.

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September 4, 2020
Navigating Back-to-School During COVID-19

School is back in session–however, many students are struggling to adjust to this “new normal,” on top of the anxiety, fear, and stress that the typical back-to-school season brings. Similarly, parents are grappling with how to best support their children. It’s important to remember that every family is navigating these challenges for the first time, but this is not forever—we will get through it!

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