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Suicide Prevention is Everyone’s Business

September 11, 2020

Suicide Prevention Week is Sept. 6 – 12, 2020. During this week, individuals and organizations around the country and the world join their voices to broadcast the message that suicide can be prevented, and to reach as many people as possible with the tools and resources to support themselves and those around them. Here are more »

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Finding the Right Tool for (the Job) of Suicide Prevention

September 10, 2020

Have you ever heard the saying “it’s like using a sledgehammer to crack a nut?” While a sledgehammer will certainly open the nut, it will also smash it to bits when there are better tools for the job. This points to the issue of how we respond to someone who reveals that they are thinking more »

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Is Suicide Preventable?

September 8, 2020

Suicide Prevention Week is September 6th-12th, 2020 During this week individuals and organizations around the country join their voices to broadcast the message that suicide can be prevented, and to reach as many people as possible with the tools and resources to support themselves and those around them. The theme of Suicide Prevention Week is more »

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Tips for managing your distress related to wildfires

August 28, 2020

“Even if you are not directly affected by wildfires, you may experience a sense of distress or vulnerability by living close by or watching the destruction unfold in news reports. One of the tips to manage your distress Take a news break. Watching endless replays of footage from the fires can make your stress even greater. more »

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Boost Your Mental Health

August 27, 2020

“Having solid mental health doesn’t mean that you never go through bad times or experience emotional problems. We all go through disappointments, loss, and change. And while these are normal parts of life, they can still cause sadness, anxiety, and stress. But just as physically healthy people are better able to bounce back from illness more »

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Staggering’ increase in COVID-linked depression, anxiety

August 12, 2020

Clinical Psychiatry News reports, “Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a dramatic increase in depression, anxiety, psychosis, and suicidality, new research shows.”  More anxiety and depression screenings have been done in May and June compared to earlier this year.  “The most profound health problems were found among adults younger than 25 years. more »

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12 Ways Black Therapists Personally Deal With Racial Trauma

July 5, 2020

“Racial trauma can lead to some major mental health complications if left unaddressed, which is why it’s vital to have techniques to help manage it. Read how Black therapists are personally dealing with their own experiences right now.”          

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