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Managing Healthy Mindcare During Coronavirus (COVID-19)

March 12, 2020

Like many of you, we at MindPath have been monitoring the evolving news about the Coronavirus or COVID-19. As a company we are taking every precaution to ensure that our patients, providers, staff and community are safe and have the resources they need. During this... more »

How Parental Mental Health Affects Children

March 5, 2020

Parenting itself is full of joy and fraught with peril. The mirror neurons in our prefrontal cortex capture our own infancy and childhood – the ways in which we, ourselves, were parented – and exist largely outside of our conscious memory. Subsequently, whether... more »

How to Teach Kids About Mindcare

February 24, 2020

Mental illness is not only something that adults deal with. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), 17% of children ages 6 to 17 years old experience a mental health disorder. [1] Plus, since one in five adults in the US experience mental illness... more »

Do Breathing & Mental Health Apps Work?

February 18, 2020

A couple months ago, I downloaded the app Insight Timer on my phone. [1] It’s a compendium of hundreds, maybe thousands of hours of guided meditations, breathing exercises and relaxation mantras of nearly every imaginable length and style. To be honest, I haven’t used... more »

Mood Food Vol 4: Chocolate & Mind Care

February 13, 2020

Chocolate, often referred to as “the food of love” has been a Valentine’s Day staple since the turn of the century when Richard Cadbury is said to have designed the first heart-shaped box of chocolates. Long before then, the Aztecs and Mayans recognized that the cacao... more »

Disenfranchised Grief: what it is & how to cope

February 11, 2020

When someone in our life dies or we experience a transformational loss, we want to be supported by friends, family and our community while we grieve. Typically, the loss is ritualized through private or public ceremony, such as a funeral. Society acknowledges our loss... more »

Recovering from a Break-up

February 6, 2020

Breakups are often very difficult and emotionally taxing on a person’s mental health. Not all breakups are bad. Some are mutual and amicable; sometimes a breakup can be wonderful and freeing! It is also to be expected that large percentage of breakups are quite... more »

How to Fix Sleep Problems

February 4, 2020

Sleep is something that we all want to improve. No one seems to be getting enough sleep, yet it is so vital to our well-being. There are many sleep disorders out there, but there is hope! There are also a lot of ways to treat problems with sleep. Let’s cover two of... more »

How to Stop Criticizing Yourself

January 28, 2020

Reflecting on one’s self is important and can help us learn how to be better people. However, there should be a limit on this reflection of character and many people go far over what they can handle, beating themselves up in the process. Many of the reflections they... more »

How to Cultivate Fulfilling & Long-Lasting Friendships

January 21, 2020

Since we humans are social creatures, it is natural for many of us to want to connect with others and form close, enduring friendships. What makes a fulfilling friendship can vary from person to person. However, data suggests that most successful friendships meet the... more »

Achieving the Mindset Needed for Accomplishing Goals In 2020

January 16, 2020

We have begun a new decade, a true landmark in life when you think about it. Usually when the new year comes I reflect on the past year but as we entered 2020 I naturally found myself looking at the past decade. For me, ten years ago I was in active addiction but... more »

Mood Food Vol 3: Healthy Intentions

January 13, 2020

by “ChefNurse” Ellen Minier, MSN, PMHNP-BC It is the time of year where many of us are feeling the effects of overindulgence during the holiday season.  In the past I have tried to make “resolutions” to drastically change the way I have been eating. The problem with... more »
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COVID-19 & FLU PRECAUTIONS

If you have suspected coronavirus symptoms such as fever, cough, or shortness of breath, please contact your primary care provider for recommended next steps. We are following CDC recommendations to wear face coverings. Please wear a cloth mask, if you have one, to the office. Be aware that your provider may also be wearing a mask for protection. If you have a scheduled in-office appointment at MindPath, but cannot attend in person either because you have symptoms or because you do not want to be in public, please call your MindPath office to switch your appointment to a telehealth visit where you can connect with your provider from your home.

New patients who are interested in telehealth or in-office appointments can call us at 877-876-3783 or self-schedule an appointment by clicking ‘schedule an appointment’ and selecting ‘telehealth‘.