Mental Health Apps or Traditional Therapy


by Grace Smithwick As Coronavirus continues to dominate headlines, 2020 has seen an unprecedented rise in people seeking mental health assistance. As feelings of isolation-induced anxiety and depression grow during lockdowns and physical distancing mandates,

Mental Health Apps or Traditional Therapy2021-01-15T18:10:57+00:00

Mental Health: The Impact of 2020


by Yvette C. Hammett Anxiety is more than just a feeling. It is a mental illness suffered by as many as one in five Americans. Issues such as anxiety and depression are exacerbated by ongoing

Mental Health: The Impact of 20202021-01-04T21:04:13+00:00

Benefits of a Gratitude Journal


by Ayanna D. Neal With COVID-19 uprooting our normal lives—interrupting businesses, canceling in person collegiate and school classes, closing bars, restaurants and shops, people staying at home and not interacting with family members and friends

Benefits of a Gratitude Journal2020-08-05T20:06:34+00:00

Hobbies Can be a Great Escape


by Joshua M. Neuman When the year 2020 began, there was a new sense of hope—a new decade, and a fresh start for many folks that had previously been through some negative experiences. However, the

Hobbies Can be a Great Escape2020-07-20T18:06:50+00:00

Prioritizing Self Care at Home


by Cheyenne Benyi The beginning of 2020 has been difficult, to say the least, and many are still struggling to adjust to a new way of living while stay-at-home orders are in place. Whether it’s

Prioritizing Self Care at Home2020-08-05T20:02:58+00:00

The Mind-body Connection: 3 Lifestyle Factors That Impact Physical & Emotional Well-being


by Rachel Gore The connection between mental and physical wellness cannot be understated, yet it’s not often that we stop to think about how closely related they actually are. Physical illnesses, injuries, ailments or conditions can bring

The Mind-body Connection: 3 Lifestyle Factors That Impact Physical & Emotional Well-being2020-05-06T17:51:29+00:00
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