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Understanding Teen Dating Violence: Advice for Parents and Teens

February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, which aims to shed light on the concerning issue of abuse in young romantic relationships. As mental health professionals who work with teenagers, we feel it’s important for parents and teens alike to educate themselves on recognizing unhealthy behaviors and getting help. What is Teen Dating Violence? Teen …

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Prioritizing Your Mental Health This Holiday Season

Self-Care for November: Prioritizing Your Mental Health This Holiday Season

November brings with it a unique blend of anticipation, reflection, and holiday festivities. As the year inches towards its close, the season prompts us to appreciate the present while also preparing for the future. Amidst the whirlwind of activities and responsibilities, it’s crucial to remember that taking care of your mental well-being is paramount. Self-care …

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The Importance of Mental Health Awareness and Advocacy

Breaking the Stigma: The Importance of Mental Health Awareness and Advocacy

Mental health is a crucial component of our overall well-being, yet it remains a topic that many people are uncomfortable discussing. This discomfort can lead to stigmatization, which can prevent people from seeking the help they need. Stigma around mental health can also create a culture of shame and judgment, further exacerbating the problem. That’s …

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