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Is CBD Oil Helpful for Mental Health? Part Two

November 4, 2019

By: Jorge Arredondo Meza In part one of this article I offered some research and my personal opinions on whether or not CBD oil is useful for mental health. In this second part, I share a brief interview with mental healthcare provider, Katherine Carver, LCSW, who... more »

Sugar Addiction: Some Practical Solutions

October 28, 2019

When I say the word sugar, what comes to mind? For most of us, it’s fond memories of amazing ice cream we’ve enjoyed or that unforgettable cake from our last birthday. Sugar—I’m not afraid to say—is something that almost everyone enjoys. It is a commonly known... more »

Is CBD Oil Helpful for Mental Health? Part One 

October 21, 2019

By: Jorge Arredondo Meza Have you heard of CBD recently? CBD is the acronym given to the plant molecule “cannabidiol.” The naturally occurring plant chemical was recently legalized through the Agricultural Improvement Act of 2018 [1]. CBD molecules are naturally made... more »

Understanding “Miscarriages” & How to Recover: Part Two

October 15, 2019

By Denise Padilla de Font In part one of this blog post, I discussed the complexities of processing and recovering from a miscarriage. Here, I’ll share more on the emotional process that comes after miscarriage, as well as some less common ways to cope. In part one, I... more »

Understanding “Miscarriages” & How to Recover: Part One

October 14, 2019

By Denise Padilla de Font Being a therapist didn’t spare me from the effect that recurring miscarriages had on my mental health. I had plenty of moments I thought I’d never be whole again, days and nights feeling humbled to the core, weeping, cursing everything I... more »

The Real Failure of “13 Reasons Why”

October 10, 2019

by Beth Shulman, MS, LPC, NCC We all know that images are powerful. That’s why the creators of “13 Reasons Why” originally included a graphic suicide scene in the first season of the show. Their hope was that the explicit details of a teen’s suicide would illustrate... more »

Being Non-Binary: Finding My Authentic Self

October 10, 2019

By: Jorge Arredondo Meza In our society, most people, including some transgender people, have a preferred gender. When such a society only recognizes and legitimizes two genders, you end up with a hard case of gender binary. A binary, meaning composed of two parts,... more »

Mental Health Stigma & What To Do About It

September 20, 2019

When many people hear the words “mental health,” they think of a “crazed” individual who is unfit to live amongst others socially. Characters with mental illnesses are often sensationalized in the media and in fictional stories, exacerbating the stigma that already... more »

Mood Food: The Family Table

September 20, 2019

by Ellen Minier (aka: ChefNurse) Consistent family time is something that may seem difficult to achieve given the hectic schedules of the average American family, but there is a simple way to come together with proven positive impact on the mental wellness of the... more »

Strength Training for Mental Health

September 18, 2019

by Jorge Arredondo Meza When most of us hear about strength training or weight lifting, a certain stereotype creeps into our minds that can make the experience a bit off-putting. That just goes to show how harmful stereotypes can be, not just for those that are... more »
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