UK Study Shows Online Therapy Works as Well As In-Person and Why That Matters

UK Study Shows Online Therapy Works as Well As In-Person and Why That Matters

They need to be better about that if we are going to make any kind of dent in the mental healthcare accessibility problem. Online therapy can be a difference maker if it can help people quicker and cheaper and with the same effectiveness. Those are the keys right now to improving the care system for all of us.

Have You Used a Mental Health App Successfully?

Have You Used a Mental Health App Successfully?

So, dear readers. rather than assuming mental health apps don’t work because I haven’t done a good job of using them and letting them help me, let’s have a conversation about what mental health apps have, or haven’t, worked for you, and why. I’m curious to know what the crowd has to say, and what advice you would give others.

There’s No Magic Pill

There’s No Magic Pill

Mental health is complicated. The solution to one individual case is complicated. The solution to the lack of resources is complicated. Telling people to get more exercise, let alone selling them the diet and workout that will solve all their mental health issues, is a fraud, isn’t it? Saying that we simply need to give everyone free therapy without addressing the serious shortage of therapists is as well.

Anyone who suggests there is a simple solution to the mental health problem facing us as a country and the world is not to be taken seriously.

Sharing – Shower Meditation: Wash Away Your Stress and Anxiety

Sharing – Shower Meditation: Wash Away Your Stress and Anxiety

So, maybe Steven’s suggestion to start with a shower meditation might work for some of you who struggle like me. I’m going to try it, assuming I remember to actually do it instead of rushing to get finished and on to the next thing!

How do you incorporate mindfulness or meditation into your daily activities? Does it help you?