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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 »

How Anxiety Affects Us

January 2, 2020

by Andy Greene As MindPath’s Dr. Daniel Wurzelmann explains, “Anxiety can be helpful in alerting us to possible danger and encouraging us to prepare for upcoming challenges, like studying for a test or preparing for a trip. But, anxiety can become a... more »

The Connection Between Healthy Eating & Depression

December 28, 2019

The famous phrase, “you are what you eat” tends to make us think of obesity and diabetes. However, many studies are showing connections between one’s eating habits and depression. Have you noticed how you feel after a big Thanksgiving meal? Maybe tired our lousy? It’s... more »

Coping with Unexpected Life Transitions

December 23, 2019

Life can be demanding with the many responsibilities and expectations we have for ourselves or that others have for us. Many of us have an idea of what we want our lives to look like—whether that includes attending college and landing the entry level job, beginning a... more »

Two Christmases: My Last in Addiction & My First Sober One

December 20, 2019

We are approaching the most special time of people for many people. Christmas is a time for family, gift-giving and reflecting on the year past. It’s usually a very special time for most, but when it comes to those in early recovery, it can be a trying time. The first... more »

The Gift in Giving for Loved Ones’ Mental Health

December 18, 2019

Have you ever wondered how to help a loved one who is experiencing difficulty with their mental health? Perhaps they aren’t the type to respond to help in the ways that stimulate you, or they have a hard time asking for help from anyone. In that instance, it is... more »

4 Unexpectedly Good Depictions of Mental Health on TV

December 3, 2019

By Charlie Monroe I watch a lot of TV shows—not as many as I used to, but enough to fumble my way around the pop culture landscape in This, The Era Of The Streaming Wars. I have also been forced to grapple with a reasonable portion of mental health issues in my... more »

Seasonal Affective Disorder: How to Cope with SAD

December 2, 2019

The fall weather is known for bringing a lot of things along aside from just lower temperatures. For instance, a majority of us, aside from residents of Arizona & Hawaii, observe daylight savings time, a time where we set our clocks back an hour & experience... more »

Tropical Storm Isaias is headed towards the Carolinas

Tropical Storm Isaias is headed towards the Carolinas. Please note that we plan to be open for appointments; however, be aware that power outages may be widespread which may impact telehealth and other appointments. We may not know until the last minute in all of our locations on Tuesday. Please be patient. We will waive missed appointment charges on Tuesday, August 4th in light of complications from the weather. If you and your provider are unable to connect, we will reach out to reschedule your appointment as soon as possible.