The time around pregnancy, birth, and post-birth is one filled with mixed emotions: joy, terror, excitement, dread. These are all normal responses to bringing a new life into the world, but sometimes they can grow out of control and begin to do harm to your mental and physical health. When this happens, Postpartum Depression canRead More
Mental Health Services
Remaining silent isn’t the answer. As the Olympic Closing Ceremonies were highlighted in recent headlines, it was encouraging to see the celebrations of the athlete’s competitive achievements and the spotlight on their recovery from mental health struggles. Michael Phelps led the way in recent years, talking openly about his struggles with depression and ADHD. Still,Read More
At Home Coping Mechanisms for Depression
Don’t let Depression Stop You: How to Keep Living Your Best Life in the Face of Depression When you’re feeling good about the direction of your life and mental health, the last thing you want is depression to rear its ugly head. You’re reaching your goals, strengthening connections, feeling excited about the future, when allRead More
Working from Home and Depression: What Is the Connection?
This year, almost everyone has experienced a change in their routine. Some more drastic than others. Being pulled out of a normal routine causes physical and mental stress, and for someone who is depressed, it can feel insurmountable. Working from home can take a toll on your mental health and trigger depression. Here’s why:Read More