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Staying Physically Fit at Home While Social Distancing

2021-02-22T18:13:25-06:00

Not only for physical well-being but for mental wellness, it is important to try and stay physically active and as fit as you can during the pandemic. So many people are eating more, eating mindlessly, and are falling into a routine of working from the couch and then spending the evening on the couch not [...]

Staying Physically Fit at Home While Social Distancing2021-02-22T18:13:25-06:00

The Effects of the Pandemic on Mental Health: What You Can Do

2021-02-12T13:04:26-06:00

    While it is not surprising that living during COVID-19 has affected the way we live, think, and interact, the CDC reported that in June of 2020, 31% of adults living in the U.S had indicated that they were struggling with the symptoms of depression and/or anxiety, while 26% reported struggling with stress-related disorder [...]

The Effects of the Pandemic on Mental Health: What You Can Do2021-02-12T13:04:26-06:00

Long Term Effects of Social Distancing

2021-01-27T16:19:40-06:00

While government officials remain hopeful that life may finally return to normal by September 2021, the effects of isolation are becoming known. Stay-at-home orders may not be productive to your mental health, but scientists admit they need to do lots more study. Unfortunately, if you have been socially isolating during the pandemic, you may not [...]

Long Term Effects of Social Distancing2021-01-27T16:19:40-06:00

New Years Resolutions – How To Make Mentally Healthy Goals For 2021

2021-01-04T13:02:04-06:00

New Years Resolutions - How To Make Mentally Healthy Goals For 2021 If you have been doing a lot of self-reflection as 2020 ends, remember that it is normal for people to be harder on themselves than others are on them. As you turn your attention to setting New Year’s resolutions, keeping this fact in [...]

New Years Resolutions – How To Make Mentally Healthy Goals For 20212021-01-04T13:02:04-06:00

5 Myths About Mental Health

2020-11-30T13:16:12-06:00

5 Myths About Mental Health Many people still believe common myths about mental health. If you fear that you may have trouble separating reality from myths, consider these five myths and their facts. Mental Health Problems Don’t Affect My Family or Me Over 25% of the world’s population will deal with a mental health issue [...]

5 Myths About Mental Health2020-11-30T13:16:12-06:00

Understanding Anxiety Disorders: Download Your Free Fact Sheet from SAMHSA

2020-10-12T22:21:49-05:00

Here is a free downloadable fact sheet .pdf provided by SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) on understanding anxiety disorders in young people, and how to seek help and provide support. If you or someone you care about is suffering from anxiety, American Behavioral Clinics can help. Call today for a free initial [...]

Understanding Anxiety Disorders: Download Your Free Fact Sheet from SAMHSA2020-10-12T22:21:49-05:00

5 Ways to Cultivate Self-Awareness

2020-09-30T15:52:24-05:00

Being self-aware means that we are aware of our emotions and emotional state at any moment, which can positively affect our thoughts and behaviors in any situation. We may even be able to even see ourselves objectively- what we say and do as seen from the perspective of someone else. This obviously isn’t an easy [...]

5 Ways to Cultivate Self-Awareness2020-09-30T15:52:24-05:00

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

2020-09-23T18:49:35-05:00

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!2020-09-23T18:49:35-05:00

September Is National Recovery Month

2020-09-11T19:59:24-05:00

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 Month2020-09-11T19:59:24-05:00

Coping with Anger After a Disaster or Other Traumatic Event

2020-07-23T20:54:40-05:00

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 Event2020-07-23T20:54:40-05:00
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