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What is Gratitude for You?

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Finding time to define what gratitude is for you, reflecting on it, and experiencing feelings of gratefulness can have numerous benefits.

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How does therapy help depression?

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The impact of depression is often misunderstood by individuals who have not experienced it. Depression can be pervasive and debilitating, causing individuals to struggle in their jobs, at school, and in their relationships.

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Feeling Anxious Often Before Going to Work?

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Living and working in a world that doesn’t slow down can be an overwhelming experience for many people especially those who struggle with generalized anxiety or social anxiety.

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Feeling Safe at School

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Students who feel safe at school are much more likely to succeed in all aspects of their life not just in their academics.

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Suicide Prevention: Risk Factors and Warning Signs

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Understanding risk factors that increase the chances of suicide attempts and suicide deaths are a necessary part of suicide prevention.

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Easing Back to School Transitions

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Back to school time means lots of changes, maybe some rough patches, trying to find our footing again after summer break. How can parents prepare and help their children?

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Back to School Anxiety in Children

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Look out for symptoms of anxiety and learn some tips on how to help decrease those anxious feelings in your child.

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What is Mindfulness?

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Being Mindful can reduce anxiety and worry about the future and distressing feelings about the past.

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Can Time Management Improve Your Mental Health?

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When your time is being managed well at work and home, there’s time for what needs to get done and time for rest which will promote a general sense of wellbeing.

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What Makes “Good” Therapy and a “Good” Therapist?

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What type of therapist would be best for you?

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How can Therapy Help with Anxiety?

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You do not have to live trapped in an anxious loop, therapy can aid in breaking the cycle.

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Riding the Wave and Staying Present: 5 Ways to Calm a Panic Attack

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How does one handle a panic attack when it happens? Read a few of CHE's helpful tips.

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What’s Your Play Style?

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We all know how important play is for a child’s learning and development, but having fun is actually important for the overall well being of adults, too!

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Work Boundaries

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Work boundaries help conserve our time, energy, purpose, and fulfillment during and after work.

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Considering Therapy? How Long Will it Last?

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Therapy duration is determined based on the individual and their needs and wants. Many people go to therapy for a specific problem that may take fewer therapy sessions to address successfully.

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Anxious About Going to Work?

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Living and working in a world that doesn’t slow down can be an overwhelming experience for many people especially those who struggle with anxiety.

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Take 5… to Journal!

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Journaling creates a non-judgemental space to reflect on your inner experience, and explore your current stressors, all while shining a light on your personal goals and strengths.

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Anxiety After a Breakup – Best Ways to Cope With it.

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“To love is a dare, when hope and despair, are gates upon it’s hinges” – Lang Leav

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5 Telltale Signs You Could Benefit From Therapy

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Deciding on therapy is a deeply personal choice. If you can relate to any of these points, it may be time to start looking for a therapist with whom you would feel comfortable with.

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What is Trauma Therapy?

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Recent studies suggest that 70% of the general population in the US report having experienced some type of trauma. Trauma affects every person individually, and each person’s reaction to trauma will be unique.

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What is Trauma-Informed Care?

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Trauma can significantly affect how a person engages in major life areas as well as how they respond to treatment.

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Cat Got Your Tongue?

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You made it to therapy but now what do you talk about? Are there right things to talk about? Are there wrong things to talk about?

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Caring for Ourselves After a Tragedy

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When experiencing trauma, even secondary trauma, it is helpful to talk about our experience, while being conscious of our physical and emotional state.

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We are with you Texas

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In the wake of these violent acts, it is vital to our community’s health that individuals experiencing persistent symptoms of distress seek help from a trained mental health professional.

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What are your mental health ‘outpatient’ treatment options?

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Experiencing a new or worsening mental health issue like depression or anxiety? Learn more about treatment services, types of care, and the varying professionals who can provide you services.

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Becoming Happier

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Researchers agree that real happiness is a combination of how satisfied you are with your life and how good you feel on a day-to-day basis.

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Mental Health Awareness Month

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The goal of the National Alliance on Mental health (NAMI) is to bring people together in advocating for mental health and increased access to care by expanding the message of “Together for Mental Health”.

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5 Impactful 'Mental Health Spring Cleaning' Tips

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As we formally move into the Spring Season with flowers starting to bloom and warmer weather creeping in, we would like to offer some considerations for “mental health spring cleaning” tips.

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Comment on the Federal Government’s Strategy to Address the National Mental Health Crisis

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At CHE Behavioral Health Services, we were excited and inspired to read about the current federal administration’s focus on addressing the nation’s mental health crisis as part of the unity agenda.

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Russian invasion of Ukraine: Psychological issues and clinical considerations

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The war in Ukraine has affected many across the world in different ways. Specific problems have risen out of this conflict for both Ukrainians and Russians across the globe...

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Beware the Russian invasion and its effect on mental health

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The Russian invasion of Ukraine has brought pain, sadness, shock, and confusion. It’s crucial to check in with ourselves and become aware of how this is affecting us and those around us.

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Are you sitting right now?

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One in four Americans sit for more than 8 hours per day and it’s taking a toll on our health: tight hips, poor posture, weight gain, and increased risk of chronic disease. What can you do about it?

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Inflation and economic suffering on the minds of Americans

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Americans are experiencing the highest inflation in 30 years. While we hope the government can do something to alleviate our economic suffering, we need to address the effect this turmoil is having on our health.

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CHE Partners With Medha Gandhi To Promote The Importance Of Mental Health

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Medha “Gandhi” is the co-host of the Elvis Duran and the Morning Show. Gandhi is an accomplished comedy writer, parody song producer, and voice talent. Medha is the great-great-granddaughter of Mahatma Gandhi and is very involved with various charitable organizations like the MDA,

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3 Signs You May Benefit From Couples Therapy

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Relationships are like living, breathing things. They need energy and care devoted to them to ensure they stay healthy and ultimately...

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Things To Think About When Starting Teletherapy

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For most people, the unprecedented stress of this past year has been physically and emotionally taxing, and as a result, the focus on mental health is bigger than ever before...

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Sticks and Stones

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Following an incident of name-calling, or verbal bullying, have you ever been told, or said to someone, sticks and stones...

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Why We Should Avoid Using The Term “Social” Distancing

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With the outbreak of the Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, the phrase Social Distancing has become common parlance among...

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3 Ways To Practice Self Care During Quarantine

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Vaccine distribution has finally arrived and with it the hope of a more “normal” life at some point in the not too distant future. But until then...

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Seasonal Affective Disorder: What It Is & How To Fight It

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As we move into the holiday season, many of us have been socially distancing for the better part of nine months. Unfortunately, with coronavirus cases soaring...

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4 Tips for Making the Most of Online Therapy

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Even before the outbreak of COVID-19, telehealth and online therapy were highly useful and engaging approaches to help with mental health concerns. Now more than ever...

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Five Misconceptions About Teletherapy

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During these times of social distancing, teletherapy offers many benefits--one of the main one’s being you can access telehealth from anywhere. Unfortunately, as is the case with in-person psychotherapy, there continues to be a stigma around seeking mental health services.

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Preparing For Your First Teletherapy Session

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New to telehealth? A virtual meeting with a psychologist is slightly different than an in-person session. For one, you get to connect with your therapist from wherever you are and wherever you feel most comfortable, but it means you need to take a couple of extra steps to ensure your privacy.

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Everything Around Me Feels Stressful. How Can I Reduce My Anxiety?

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It’s safe to say 2020 isn’t quite turning out how anyone had planned. Between the pandemic, a difficult political climate, global economic struggles, school closures, and reduced socialization with family and friends, the environment we are all living in has been stressful, to say the least.

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Suffering From COVID Cabin Fever? Here’s What You Can Do.

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Does COVID-19 have you feeling a little restless? Tired of being trapped in your home with little to no physical contact? If you’re ready to pull your hair out, don’t worry, you’re not alone.

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5 Benefits Of Expressing Gratitude

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Expressing gratitude seems like such a simple concept, but it has real scientific significance behind it. Gratitude has been linked to a variety of positive changes in people’s lives, and it is a wonderfully beneficial practice to implement in your daily life.

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