Download a FREE Tipsheet provided by SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) here on Taking Care of Your Mental Health During COVID-19 Here. This sheet discusses the reactions you may have to the stresses related to The Corona Virus Outbreak, as well as discusses tips for Social Distancing, Isolation, and Quarantine [...]
Ideas for Balancing Productive Work and Family Life at Home The New Productivity Adjusting to working at home during the Stay at Home Order as we battle COVID-19 has presented many challenges for parents to balance home and work life, especially during working hours. Here are some ideas to consider trying so that [...]
During these uncertain times of the Corona Virus outbreak, it is easy, if not even the “new normal” to feel overwhelmed and worried for the health and safety of ourselves, our loved ones, and for the entire planet. The information from the CDC and media outlets is continuously updated, and then changes constantly and quickly. [...]
Download this useful fact sheet provided by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to help guide you with strategies for helping children manage their stress during an infectious disease outbreak. This useful sheet describes possible reactions youth may have and the support you can provide to help them. Download The Guide Here.
Continuing To Make Personal Strides While it may be tempting to want to use this time to set big personal goals, it can be disappointing or frustrating when you may find that you just don’t have the energy needed to achieve them. What was perhaps a large ambition in the morning to master a musical [...]
Here is a FREE brochure, available in multiple languages, about Living with worry and anxiety amidst global uncertainty. The guide is filled with useful information that explains what worry is and how it works, as well as ways to deal with worry & look after your well-being. At American Behavioral Clinics, we [...]
Over the last few weeks, it seems like no matter where you turn, the coronavirus is the center of the conversation. School closures, work changes, event cancellations, and less socialization can take a toll on your mental health. From anxiety about the disease to feelings of uncertainty, your mind may be going into overdrive. We [...]