Benefits to Seeking Professional Help For Your Mental Health Concerns
Mental health is just as important as physical health, and it's important to seek professional help if you're struggling with a mental health concern. A mental health professional can provide you with the support and resources you need to manage your mental health and improve your overall well-being. Find out more benefits to seeking professional help for your mental health concerns.
Mental Health Awareness: Why It Matters and How You Can Help
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, a time to raise awareness about mental health and mental illness. Raising awareness is important, as it helps to reduce the stigma surrounding mental health, educate people about mental illness, and increase access to mental health resources. Here's what you can do to help!
What is Social Anxiety?
Social anxiety disorder (SAD) is a serious condition that can interfere with a person's life. People with SAD may have trouble working, going to school, or making friends. They may also have trouble forming romantic relationships. Yet, it is the most common anxiety disorder, affecting an estimated 15% of adults in the United States. Let's learn more!
Mental Health vs. Mental Illness. What's the difference?
Mental health awareness has gone main stream, with several top stars; such as Selena Gomez, Ariana Grande, Serena Williams, Pete Davidson and more, generously lending their voice and personal experience with mental health challenges, to help raise awareness. This, and other factors have played an important role in reducing stigma and normalizing conversations about mental health. Now that the conversation has started, it is important to understand commonly used – and misused - mental health terms and why they matter.
The Mental Health Benefits of Love
Anyone who has ever been in a mutually supportive, loving relationship knows just how wonderful it feels. Within the comfort and security of a loving relationship, you often feel protected, empowered, and confident. It is the perfect environment to grow and thrive. In fact, research has shown that love, within a healthy relationship, can have many therapeutic benefits to mental health, and can even help in the treatment of mental illness.
The Biology of Falling in Love
There may be no better feeling in life than that of being “IN LOVE”. A new love, or even the potential for one, can bring intense feelings of infatuation, happiness, excitement, nervousness, attraction, and lust. It can also bring physical symptoms, such as sweating, dizziness, pounding heart, appetite changes, insomnia and more. What makes us feel this way? It may feel like magic, but it is actually biology. Let’s discuss the biology behind falling in love.
Sublette County Needs Assessment Report
As a requirement to the receipt of Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) funds for Sublette County by the State of Wyoming Department of Health a community needs assessment is to be conducted every three years. The goal of the 2023 Sublette County Community Needs Assessment is to better understand the needs of people who are in poverty in Sublette County Wyoming. Here are the January 2023 Sublette County Needs Assessment Report findings.
New Year, a New Me? Reflections for a New Year
This time of year, we can feel pressured, by ourselves and others, to make drastic and sometimes unrealistic New Year resolutions. In fact, maybe the kindest and most attainable way to improve ourselves, and manifest the story we want, is to simply make small, consistent changes each day that help us to be just a little bit better than we were yesterday.
Holiday Mental Health Tips
It is not uncommon to experience feelings of anxiousness, stress, or even depression during the holidays, especially if you have recently experienced a major life change, such as the loss of a loved one or relationship. Managing these feelings, while juggling the Christmas chaos, can be difficult. It’s best to prevent stress, as much as possible, so that you don’t become overwhelmed. Here are some holiday mental health tips that can help you to ward off holiday stress and manage your emotions, so that you can enjoy the holiday season and all the wonder it has to offer!
Five Things Couples Can Do To Reduce The Squabble And Enjoy The Gobble This Thanksgiving
By Cherity Woolf, LCSW Whether you are planning a small dinner with just you and your little family, a Friendsgiving, or the kind of celebration involving all the aunts, uncles, cousins, and their dogs, Thanksgiving is more than figuring out how to make the perfect potato volcano for your gravy. There is the prepping of the house, planning the menu, arranging travel, assigning ...