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Empowering Mental Health Advocacy: Five Key Strategies for Change

Empowering Mental Health Advocacy: Five Key Strategies for Change

If you've been following along, then you already know that May is Mental Health Awareness Month. This year’s theme as outlined by Mental Health America is “where to start” and it has three action points: learn, act, advocate. We have already shared more about the “learn” and "act" actions. This week, we want to expand on the “advocate” section. MHA expands...[ read more ]

Paralyzed by Perfect? Practice Peace with Your Inner Perfectionist by Jordana del Feld

Paralyzed by Perfect? Practice Peace with Your Inner Perfectionist by Jordana del Feld

This post was written by associate therapist Jordana del Feld. In this piece she explores how perfectionism can hinder creativity and enjoyment in various aspects of life and offers techniques to reconnect with the joy of creation by embracing imperfection and focusing on the process rather than the outcome. There’s nothing like the thrill of doing something so well that you...[ read more ]

5 Creative Ways to Set an Intention for the New Year

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Many people shiver negatively at the idea of creating New Year's Resolutions. There is something too hard, too rigid, too filled with expectation about that age-old practice. And yet, beginning the new year with an eye towards what you want to see develop can be immensely powerful. Instead of holding yourself to a resolution, consider opening yourself up to the...[ read more ]

Somatic Gratitude: A Practice with the Hands

Expressing gratitude has been shown to improve our overall mood and mental health.  We are creatures oriented toward survival, which sometimes mean that we orient towards things to be wary of.  Practicing gratitude can help you to feel more present and joyful. Sometimes it is easy to be grateful and sometimes it is more difficult. This practice involves using the...[ read more ]

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