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October Is National Depression and Mental Health Screening Month, & ADHD Awareness Month, & So Much More!

2020-09-23T18:49:35+00:00

October is filled with a focus on mental health education and depression awareness.  The entire month is filled with sharing information and awareness of screenings and prevention, as the following is observed throughout October: National Depression and Mental Health Screening Month Health Literacy Month ADHD Awareness Month Bullying Prevention Month Observed focus weeks throughout October [...]

October Is National Depression and Mental Health Screening Month, & ADHD Awareness Month, & So Much More!2020-09-23T18:49:35+00:00

September Is National Recovery Month

2020-09-11T19:59:24+00:00

Observing National Recovery Month September is National Recovery Month, which observes and celebrates the successes and gains made by those in recovery. There are many ways to learn more, educate, help, and celebrate during the month. For example, SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) holds a webinar each week during the month that [...]

September Is National Recovery Month2020-09-11T19:59:24+00:00

Digitally Detoxing: Taking a Break from Social Media

2020-09-02T15:18:29+00:00

If you have thought of taking a break from social media, you are certainly not alone. What was originally intended to be a digital meeting place for friends and family members to share pictures and to easily communicate has evolved to include attention-grabbing news items, advertisements that bombard, political rants, the ability to scream at [...]

Digitally Detoxing: Taking a Break from Social Media2020-09-02T15:18:29+00:00

Treatment for Anxiety Disorders: Feel Good Again!

2020-08-21T19:14:38+00:00

Anxiety disorders are one of the most common forms of mental disorders in children and adolescents. A study from the CDC shows a range from 3% to 4.5% of young people ages 3 to 17 suffer from or have reported suffering from an anxiety disorder.(1)  Often, cases go undiagnosed and untreated. And of course, anxiety [...]

Treatment for Anxiety Disorders: Feel Good Again!2020-08-21T19:14:38+00:00

Everything You Need to Know About National Mental Health Center Week

2020-08-03T16:00:43+00:00

Typically held the first or second week of August annually, the National Mental Health Center Week celebrates all of our healthcare heroes, helps us look back on all that health centers have accomplished over the years, and raises mental health awareness for those interested in this topic across the United States. Mental health centers exist [...]

Everything You Need to Know About National Mental Health Center Week2020-08-03T16:00:43+00:00

School Interactions: Issues for Children with Mental Health Challenges

2020-07-31T19:05:37+00:00

Children who face challenges with their mental health often struggle with learning in school, as well as navigating the social and interpersonal interactions that take place in a traditional learning environment.   Studies have shown that 1 in 10 youth has a mental health issue severe enough to negatively affect or impair their ability to function at school, home, and within their communities. And, 1 [...]

School Interactions: Issues for Children with Mental Health Challenges2020-07-31T19:05:37+00:00

Stress Reduction Techniques That Really Work

2020-07-23T20:31:43+00:00

If you are feeling stressed, try one or more of these techniques to regain your calm. For some of these techniques, some time and practice may need to put in in order to actualize the benefits. Others can work towards helping you almost instantly. The important thing to realize is to pay attention to your [...]

Stress Reduction Techniques That Really Work2020-07-23T20:31:43+00:00

July 24th- Celebrate International Self-Care Day

2020-07-20T19:41:05+00:00

July 24th- International Self-Care Day On July 24th, we celebrate International Self-Care Day. This day was established in 2011, and the focus is on the awareness of the importance of self-care and empowering people with the knowledge and ability on how to be active participants in their own wellness. There are many health-related [...]

July 24th- Celebrate International Self-Care Day2020-07-20T19:41:05+00:00

8 Ways You Can Help Your Child Adjust To Heading Back To School During COVID-19

2020-07-10T22:22:01+00:00

COVID-19 has changed the ways we go about our lives. While adults navigate managing their “new normal” while waiting to see what this means on a seemingly ever-changing basis, children can feel especially vulnerable during this time, as communities mull their return to school. Returning to school can cause many children anxiety even during normal [...]

8 Ways You Can Help Your Child Adjust To Heading Back To School During COVID-192020-07-10T22:22:01+00:00

Coping with Anger After a Disaster or Other Traumatic Event

2020-07-23T20:54:40+00:00

Tips For Survivors- Coping with Anger After a Disaster or Other Traumatic Event Download this Free Guide provided from SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Organization) on positive ways to cope with anger after surviving a disaster or other traumatic event. At American Behavioral Clinics, we can help you. We invite you to give [...]

Coping with Anger After a Disaster or Other Traumatic Event2020-07-23T20:54:40+00:00
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