By creating a safe space and earning your trust, your therapist can help you identify, discuss, and work through whatever life stressors or experiences are keeping you from feeling your best.
Mental health issues such as depression, bipolar disorder, and anxiety disorders common co-occur with substance use disorders—and the co-occurrence is more common than you might think.
Watch this short 2-minute video to find out how you can spot the signs of substance use among teens and adolescents.
Find out why it’s important to be careful when we talk about words relating to mental illness, as those words could either help or hinder someone from reaching out for help.
Parents can create calm, safe spaces for children to express their feelings by incorporating mindfulness activities into daily life.
Watch this brief video to find out how your physical health issues can create mental health issues, and vice versa.
Use this toolkit to access mind-body tips that can help you improve both your physical and mental health, recognizing they are interlinked.
We answer some of the most commonly asked questions about what to expect from a visit with a mental health provider.